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  • Grendel's Loyalty In Beowulf

    being attacked by a monster, Grendel. Beowulf is successful and kills Grendel. To show his bravery and abilities, he even kills Grendel without using weapons. However,Hrothgar is still in trouble, because Grendel's mother is now trying to get revenge. As the poem continues, Beowulf kills Grendel's mother in her lair with a sword that giants used. After the victory, Beowulf returns home to Geats. Fifty years pass but there is still one obstacle in his way, There is a dragon that his people fear, all because of stolen treasure. More importantly, Beowulf now has to defend his people. He fails at first, but then with the help…

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  • Dragon Rider Research Paper

    expects, so much that most do not believe me. I am the Dragon Rider, an assassin, and a mercenary; therefore, if I were to tell you that I grew up on a peaceable farm in the country with a loving father, you may find yourself asking how I got to where I am now. To answer, I should tell you a few details about my childhood and some of my life as a young woman. I will tell you about how my father was murdered, about the men that did it, and how I learned the skills I have to one day take my…

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  • Wyverns Research Paper

    The stereotype is partly due to some unflattering accounts, and the fact that wyverns aren't as social as European dragons. Although it is small and wyverns aren't naturally aggressive creatures, it is still dangerous. Wyverns have sharp claws and fangs doused in a dangerous venom. The highly intelligent beings’ small tribes have advanced cultures. The most interesting facet of their cultures is their value in names. Unlike the fey, they aren't controlled by names, but wyverns are proud and…

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  • Dragons Adaptive Strategies In The Iron Islands

    Dragons’ Adaptive Strategies in the Iron Islands. With just four species of dragons of the eighteen that live on the continent of Westeros, the Iron islands possess a variety of niches were these species thrive without being adapted to the same island as the others as all the populations became isolated not by space (as dragons can fly) but by habitat (different resources); also, these dragons are the best example of the adaptive radiation process as a common ancestor species from Westeros…

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  • Qualities And Glorification Of The Epic Hero Of Beowulf

    courageous, and is significant or glorified? His name is Beowulf, and he is an epic hero! Beowulf was known as the greatest warrior of his time. He fought and killed numerous amounts of dragons, monsters, and mystical creatures. He never lost a battle or challenge and everyone knew his name. Beowulf exemplifies the archetypal epic hero in four ways His characteristics show he is on a quest, performs brave deeds, has superior/ super human strength and is intelligent and courageous, and is…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Dallas Museum Of Art

    The great details and the dark colors made me feel as if I were standing with them and watching them meeting with the dragon king which is just exceptional to me. This piece of work represents Takenouchi no Sukune who was a famous warrior who lived an extraordinary life. The warrior had a dream to destroy an evil dragon king who were terrorizing humans and sea creatures alike and when he arrives at the place the dragon king emerges from the sea and presents him with a jewel that will give him…

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  • Gough: A Fictional Narrative

    Barely seeable to the distant eye but the arched seemed not to care. After a small amount of repositioning, the bow was turned to its target. Another roar came out across the valley as it asserted its dominance over its lands. Just as the arrow was loosed. The earth cracked with the release of the tension and the air bursted with the release of the arrow that quickly faded from sight. The archer fell back to his resting pose as he waited. Another roar from the wyvern came out and was quickly cut…

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  • Las Pegasus: A Short Story

    It was passing by a tiny section of a forest. When a very hungry chimera was observing it from inside the forest. The chimera was a combination of a buck, a komodo dragon, and a puma. It had a puma’s torso and legs, a deer’s hindquarters, and the komodo dragon’s feet and tail. Out of the torso of the chimera, were necks and heads of each respective animal. “Well, well” whispered the Puma, “It looks like our next meal is rolling away.” “What do you suppose a wagon is doing out here, alone at…

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  • Narrative Essay On Red Dragon

    Everyone in the town of Red Dragon was happy, they all respected one another and never hated anything. To them ‘Hate’ was a word that they felt to be disgusting. In the town of the Red Dragons two people ruled as king and queen of the town their names were Cane and Jade. They ruled with kindness and joy towards the townsfolk. Everyone also made sure to treat their surroundings with the upmost kindness. See, they believed that everything had a voice and was able to be living. All the nature…

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  • Woman By Maya Angelou Analysis

    The years of the 1970’s is famous for the groovy bell-bottoms, the rise of disco and how could anyone forget, the invention of video games. However, it wasn’t all fun and games. It was an era of economic struggle and cultural change. Many American groups fought for social and political rights, one being a combat for women rights. Women are being objectified by men and politics. They did not have the right to vote, to hold public office, to have reproductive rights, to work or to have fair wages,…

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