He is prepared and ready to fight the creature who threatens his new friends army. Ultimately Beowulf defeats Grendel and his name is praised forever in the land of Hrothgar and his people. This fight is clearly not over for Beowulf and his men. The next night an even worse creature emerges and kills a very esteemed member of Hrothgar’s society. Beowulf is disturbed from rest to come help Hrothgar again.
When an Admiral makes him step into the ring and fights he ends up killing or dame near close too killing all three guys. They were quickly sent on there first real mission and passed with out anyone dieing John was shoot once but he fought threw the pain and made sure the mission was finished. He was giving a purple heart for actions. The next chapter there given there MJOLNIR IV armor this is what they were created for no one had enough speed and power and a trough body to use the armorer except for the Spartan's. It comes at a cost because the group was being chased by a convent ship when they decided bored the ship to find out more on the enemy and to destroy the ship.
At first, Thrall spoke pleasantly with him, but began to grow angry when the stranger accused the Frostwolves of hiding away in the mountains. His fury and orcish pride growing within him, Thrall informed the stranger that he would join with Hellscream and the Warsong and lay siege to the encampments. The stranger dismissed Hellscream as a "demon-ridden dreamer", and said that the humans were not worth fighting. Enraged, Thrall challenged the stranger to single combat. The stranger threw aside his cloak to reveal well-worn black plate armor and a massive warhammer.
In the novel, Beowulf, the main character is the epitome of an epic hero. He has great strength, he is morally sound, and, for the most part, he thinks of others before he thinks of himself. Beowulf comes to the Geats’ aid when an evil monster named Grendel terrorizes their mead hall. He courageously defeats the monster and defeats the monster’s vengeful mother. Through these battles, Beowulf’s strength, humbleness and courageousness is revealed.
Unlike the difficulties Gawain faced, Shrek has managed gaining his house back and fighting for the woman he falls for. All in all, as a hero, Gawain’s greatest challenge is himself as he fears death; this goes hand and hand with Shrek’s greatest challenge, as he believes that his love will never want him. Traditionally, heroes are portrayed as courageous and even perfect human beings. First as a hero, Gawain is faced with the challenge of the Green Knight. As the Green Knight comes to King Arthur’s court, he causes a scene, which then invites everyone to "give a blow and take a blow".
In the epic Beowulf, the protagonist, Beowulf, faces three different monsters. Much like Beowulf we each have our monsters that we face and it is up to us to decide whether to stand up or cower away. After being terrorized for so long, king Hrothgar and his people and his people the Danes, are in need of a hero to vanquish their curse, which is Grendel. In the epic, Grendel is the first monster Beowulf has to fight. This monster attacks at night, usually after people are “sprawled in sleep” for a quick and effective kill (Beowulf 33).
Ice held the gruesome, foul, cold hearted dragon Dave. He terrorized the villagers every year on the day of the full moons. Once the light of the moon filled the dark sky with light, the dragon would come and seek out the battle he always wanted. If he didn’t receive his wish, he would take a innocent person into his cave of the mountain. Villagers tried everything they could to resolve the needless acts of brutality; Prayer, offerings, bribes, and even land didn’t subdue the dragon’s
Gaston then searched the house until he found Beast in his bedroom. Gaston then shot Beast in the upper-right side of his back. Gaston then pushed Beast out of the window onto the rooftops. Once upon the rooftops Gaston verbally evoked Beast to get up and fight. Gaston said, “get up, get up, what’s the matter Beast to kind and gentle to fight back”?
Good Versus Evil in Beowulf An anonymous Anglo-Saxon author composed Beowulf, an epic poem, in which good triumphs against evil. A variety of despicable monsters constantly threaten the people of Denmark providing a need for a noble warrior, Beowulf. The repetitive struggle to save humanity demonstrates the forces of good versus evil through The Battle with Grendel, The Battle with Grendel’s Mother, and The Battle with the Dragon. The initial battle, The Battle with Grendel, begin the fight of good versus evil. Grendel, a savege beast, continually devoured the people of Denmark, bloodthirsty, “ He moved quickly through the cloudy night […] Towards that shinning hall”(289-291).
Throughout his adventures, Beowulf is fighting against evil, whether it is Grendel, Grendel’s Mother, or the dragon. Beowulf’s, journey to save a kingdom is threatened by evil. In the epic poem, there are many symbols of goodness. The epic hero, Beowulf is the essential source of goodness. Beowulf’s goodness is described in his battle against evil, symbolized by Grendel, one of the monsters defeated by him.