Once upon a time there was a strongest warrior in the world, named Evreed the “Red Warrior”. He brought a giant black sword everywhere. His roar was as load as a dragon and his strength was being aware by all of the creatures in the universe. He wore the heaviest red armor that ever made. He had a sharp eyes and a good looking face, with his terrified horse he crumbled the land.
One day when the red warrior hunted the beast for its skin he saw a beautiful castle on the top of hill. He decided to investigate that castle by himself. He was aware of his step and with his terrified red horse he quickly arrived at the castle. It was a crowded castle, it seemed the castle was a wealthy land.
The Warrior said, “I was never seen this castle before, I want to meet the King.”
Not too long till a little kid asked him, “Sir, are you a warrior?”
“Yes I am. Young one, what do you want from me?”
“Oh.. so, do you come here for the tournament Sir ?”
“Hm…. What tournament? Is there a tournament here?”
“So you don’t know about it? Yes, There is a tournament here and the winner become the princess husband”
“Hm…. It sounds interesting, I sign up for sure”
“Great!! I see you in the arena Sir.” and the Kid was run away.
The great warrior was signed up for the tournament. He wanted to know how strong the man in that land.
At the morning the tournament was begun, the first quest was the “Duel of the Fighter”.
The rule was to beat the opponents and to not kill them, and the winner would come to the
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To honor the Beowulf’s heroic life and battles, I’ve been assigned as one of his closest warriors to exclaim his appellation and share the stories of his battles. One of the citizen came up to me and asked, “I heard that Beowulf was an amazing guy, but I never fully knew him. Could you tell me more about him?” I was extremely excited as this man was the first person to ever ask me about Beowulf. “Beowulf was a strong leader and a great friend. Although he might not have been a very humble man, he was nowhere near being a bully. He’s the type of man that would belittle anyone who hurts the weak and innocent. Beowulf was mettlesome and was never intimidated by any menace.” The man’s eyes were already widen. “He sounds like a guy I would wanna be protected by,” the citizen said, “Can you tell me about one of his battles?” I prepared myself as I was about to begin a long lecture of how strong Beowulf was.
It was a normal day in the castle of Goranson. All the townspeople were tending to their work when an explosion made a loud sound that ran throughout the castle. Townspeople stood there shocked as the castle stood in silence. After the seconds of silence another loud explosion shook the castle followed by arrows flying throughout the castle and vikings screaming as they charge in. Everyone ran to get to safety and the vikings never followed. They only had one mission, to get the king and destroy the castle. When all the noise had stopped and all the screams were silenced the townspeople went to look outside to see that the castle was all burnt down. One farmer had said “Quick find the king”. They all rushed into various buildings only to find the king was not there.
Clack! Bang! Swish! Auuuuugh! This is the sound of clanging armor, flying spears, and slicing swords. The sound of men howling in agony as their limbs are severed from a blood thirsty blow of the enemies sword can be heard from the four corners of the earth. This can only be described as the sound of great battle. Battle was a very important part of a man’s life back during the seventh and eighth centuries. Every battle has a man who stands out at the forefront and shines above the rest. During these two time periods there stood two great men: Gilgamesh, the selfish, lustful king, and Beowulf the proud and boastful warrior. These two men, both powerful and well-respected, embody the true essence of what it means to be an epic hero.
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Prideful steps came to a halt as soon as Beowulf stopped and slowly turned to face us, a crowd of young warriors willing to give our all to fight alongside such a hero. I could feel my heart quench as he told his story, of his brothers and father, of his glory and fame, and watched in awe with every movement he made. Alas, Beowulf made his final boast and ended with what only the best heroes could, “If the dragon in this tower dares to face me!” he screamed. We cheered and felt our adrenaline go up as we became more prepared for the battle just around the corner, our swords in hand, shields already up; however, nothing could have prepared us for what lie ahead.
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