The dragon influences Grendel to believe killing would solve his problems. The effects turned negative and caused Grendel to pave his death. Grendel ditched the Shaper's theories and wholeheartedly followed the dragon. " I no longer remember exactly what [the Shaper} sang"(77). Grendel became enraged by the Shaper's song.
Beowulf: The Final Battle Beowulf, lines 2824-2835, depicts the aftermath of the grand battle between Beowulf, also known as the Geatish hero, and The dragon, a gruesome and vengeful creature. To briefly summarize the occurrence; a slave enters a sleeping dragon’s barrow and steals one of his treasures, a golden cup. The dragon awakes to find his treasure cup missing. Engulfed with rage, the creature flies into the kingdom in order to seek revenge. The dragon spews flames burning down homesteads and ultimately causing distress among the men.
During the fight, Beowulf’s sword is no match for the dragon. This is when Wiglaf, the bravest of his men comes to help Beowulf kill the dragon. The duel between Beowulf and the dragon is his third and final battle that eventually ends his life. “So every man should act, be at hand when needed; but now, for the king, this would be the last of his many labors and triumphs in the world” (183). This fight is similar to the other fights in the sense that Beowulf is willing to risk his life for the greater good of the people.
They both showed the humanity of Beowulf and Grendel, the foreshadowing, and the and the temptations of Beowulf. He was seen as a monster in society and that he was made this way by society. Also, Beowulf was seen as a god because during the poem they said he was really strong, like godlike strong and that he was able to rip Grendel’s arm off. Then, he was not able to rip his arm off.
As a creature who living in the world for a long time, I think the Dragon knows that no matter how Grendel try to be friendly with human, human will never accept him as a friend so
Beowulf strikes the Dragon in the head with his sword, but the sword breaks. The dragon gets a chance to bite Beowulf on the neck with his poisonous venom. Wiglaf runs to his rescue where he stabs the dragon in the stomach and the dragon returns the act with fire, scorching Wiglaf’s hand. Even though Beowulf was struggling, he pulls a knife and with every ounce of strength that he has left, stabs it into the dragon’s flank, killing the dragon. In the end Beowulf destroys evil once and for all.
When he stepped back thats when Wiglaf smote the dragon and gave Beowulf the time to take a death blow to his fire breathing chest. The Dragon lied dead, once again Beowulf was victorious! He was a true hero, but the hero didn’t get to celebrate this victory like his last two. Beowulf too had died in battle, from the deadly bite on his neck. Although he sadly died, he died with honor and great glory because he died for the good of his people.
Gawaine is a student at knight school. He is not very useful and therefore is not fit to be in battle. Because of this, the headmaster of the knight school decides to train him to kill dragons. “Of all the pupils at the knight school,
Beowulf had fell to his pride for a awhile through the story but the thing with Beowulf is that his pride made him what he is. Beowulf is known to be a great warrior since the begin of the story and also a good king later on down in the story. Beowulf self confidence make him a guy with a lot of pride and that same pride also lead him to is demise. A great dragon was sleeping beneath the earth guarding a treasure until a thief stole a gem and the dragon woke up starting to burn places to the ground looking for it.
Bilbo steals a golden cup, to prove to Thorin his treasure is there. This makes Smaug very angry, and in his rage, plans to burn down the Lake Town. But Bard, an experienced archer, with knowledge of Smaug’s weak spot, pierces Smaug’s heart with an arrow - killing Smaug. However Smaug destroys Lake Town.
During the war, hiccup finally had a chance to see Drago. Even though his mother and father told him not persuade Drago, because he is a dangerous person, he still went up to him anyway. Hiccup didn’t understand that Drago’s plan was take over the world with his dragon army and he was willing to do anything in order for that to happen. On the bloody battle field while everything was going on, Hiccup stopped in front of Drago for a discussion, and he soon realized that he could not do anything to stop him. On top of that, not only was Drago not persuaded at all, in the matter of facts Hiccup even lost control of his dragon Toothless to Drago’s command.
The feud starts when a dragon becomes awakened from guarding a horde of gold. He begins to burn everything in sight, which includes the land that Beowulf now rules; therefore, Beowulf pledges to murder the dragon. The action portrays the dragon breathing fire multiple times towards Beowulf to hurt him, before Wiglaf, the only warrior brave enough to help his King, stands by Beowulf and attacks the dragon with his sword. Sadly, he is too late, as the dragon delivers a deadly, venomous bite to Beowulf’s neck. Then, Beowulf gathers up enough strength to inflict a deadly stab to the dragon’s stomach.
The film (Beowulf) was featured, In Denmark in the year 507 A.D., elderly King Hrothgar Anthony Hopkins dedicates his new mead hall in a drunken revelry. He and his people have conquered other lands. Although his queen, Wealthow Robin Wright Penn clearly disapproves, the assembled warriors and maidens clearly enjoy themselves. However, in a cavern not far from the mead hall, the singing and dancing are a painful nuisance to the misshapen half-human, half-demon Grendel Crispin Glover.
In Beowulf, the dragon represents uncontrollable and sinful greed and anger. Angry that a man had stolen just one goblet from his vast treasure hoard, the dragon leaves his cave to burn and destroy the homes and property of innocent humans (Beowulf 2293–2325). While the dragon is obviously more powerful than the other powerful kings in the epic, the dragon’s power is considered dark and unholy because of the dragon’s materialism. The dragon’s willingness to destroy human life because of his misdirected anger also mirrors the Christian sins of wrath and pride, as the dragon prioritizes his life and material belongings before the rights of others. Again, this is contrary to the other kings in the epic, notably to King Hrothgar who genuinely cared and worried for the welfare of his people (147-149).
This also causes the monster to promise that he will be there on Victor’s wedding night. So, as the story presents, the monster’s intentions were mostly misunderstood. The monster never learned how to love or be loved. It is said that love is an equalizer for the darkest of places of the human consciousness, which includes the most monstrous; this is