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: There have been many a brave soldier come to taste my husband's mead.
: He was the bravest of us. He was the prince of all warriors. His name will live forever. Wealthow
: His song shall be sung forever.
: They say he ripped the monster's limb off with his bare hands. Gitte
] 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. Gitte
: Me? It's not me he wants, my queen.
: [referring to the Royal Dragon Horn, but looking at his Queen
] I wonder how many men have died for love of her beauty. Beowulf
: Can you blame them? King Hrothgar
: If you destroy my Grendel for me, she'll be yours forever and ever and ever. Beowulf
: [takes the horn in his hands
] You do me great honor. Wealthow
: [asuming they are talking about her
] It is we who are honored.
: [after Grendel has attacked the Great Hall for the first time
] What *was* that? King Hrothgar
: [to Beowulf
] There have been many great men who have come, but in the morning there was nothing left but blood on the floor, and the ventures, and the walls.
: Why not take that girl, and live out your remaining years in peace? Let some young hero save us. Wealthow
: And let the nightmare begin anew? No. I visited this horror upon my kingdom. I must be the one to finish her. Wealthow
: "Her..." Was she beautiful, Beowulf? A beauty so costly. Beowulf
: Beautiful, and full of fine promises. I was weak. I am sorry. So, so sorry. I have always loved you, my Queen. Wealthow
: And I you.
: For you my Lord.
: [Wealthow refuses to sleep with him
] My kingdom needs an heir, I need a son! It's time you did your duty! Wealthow
: How could I ever lay with you, knowing you laid with her? King Hrothgar
: I should never have told you. I should never have told you.