Would you like to hear the story of my struggle against this monstrous hag?
She's no hag, Beowulf. We both know that. But answer me, did you kill her?
Would I have been able to escape her, had I not?
Grendel is dead. That's all that matter to me. He can bother me no more. The mother, the hag... She's not my curse, not anymore. Not anymore.
I am Ripper... Tearer... Slasher... Gouger. I am the Teeth in the Darkness, the Talons in the Night. Mine is Strength... and Lust... and Power! I AM BEOWULF!
There have been many a brave soldier come to taste my husband's mead.
They say you have a monster here. They say your lands are cursed.
Bards sing of Hrothgar's shame from the frozen north to the shores of Vinland.
There's no shame to be accursed by demons.
I am Beowulf and I'm here to kill your monster.
If we die... it will be for GLORY, not gold.
Your legend is known from the high seas and the snow barriers to the Great Island Kingdom - you are the Monster Slayer.
We men are the monsters now. The time of heroes is dead, Wiglaf - the Christ God has killed it, leaving humankind with nothing but weeping martyrs, fear, and shame.
The sea is my mother! She would never take me back to her murky womb!
He was the bravest of us. He was the prince of all warriors. His name will live forever.
His song shall be sung forever.
I want mead! Give me some mead, my queen!
Keep a memory of me, not as a king or a hero; but as a man: fallible and flawed.
It's no Earthly storm, that much is for sure. But this demon's tempest will not hold us out if we really want in!
Come on, my mighty lust limb can transport you to paradise, to ecstacy and back. No other man will ever be able to satisfy you again.
I swear, the bastard has no pintel!
Good night, Beowulf. Watch out for sea monsters. I'm sure your imagination must be teeming with them.
They say he ripped the monster's limb off with his bare hands.
I wonder if Beowulf's strength is only in his arms, or in his legs as well... all three of them.
Well, after the feast tonight I'm sure you can find out, Gitte.