In 'Beowulf,' the monster, Grendel is defeated by Beowulf when hetries once again to enter Hrothgar's Mead Hall and slay warriors.Believing them all to be asleep, Grendel devo…urs one warrior, butis surprised when he comes face to face with Beowulf. Grendel, whohad relied on a spell which made him immune to weapons, had littleexperience in actual hand to hand combat. In the end, a death blow,which rips off Grendel's arm, sends him off to the woods to find aplace to die.
Beowulf ripped Grandel's shoulder off then he ran back to the marshwhere he bleed to death. He was killed to stop him from eatinganymore people then he already had.
He tore his arm off.
Beowulf and his men come to the great hall of Heorot to assist King HroÃ°gar in ridding he and his people of Grendel, who has been attacking the hall and devouring people. A…s Beowulf and his men sleep that night, Grendel attacks again, eating one of Beowulf's men. Without a weapon, Beowulf jumps up and grabs onto Grendel's hand, and a battle ensues. His men attempt to help him, but because Grendel cannot be harmed by human weapons, their swords do no damage. Finally, Beowulf is able to rip Grendel's arm out of the socket, and Grendel runs home to die in the marshes.
Grendel gets his arm ripped off and then Grendel bled to death. . \n
After Beowulf defeats Grendel's mother in her lair, he cuts the head from Grendel's body and carries it back with him as proof that the monster is dead.
Beowulf torn Grendel's arm off.
Hrothgar wishes him luck and promises him all the gold he has if he can defeat Grendel. Beowulf says he will leave it to God.
Yes, Beowulf defeated Grendel by himself. He did it without the aid of his weapons or armor as a show of hubris.
He hung Grendel's arm, claw, and shoulder.
He wants Hrothgar to return his body back to his homeland.