- — josefina ⚰ (@kriemhildsrache)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:11:02and i am just like my mead hall / a strong warrior at nightfall / i am not throwing away HEO-ROT! https://twitter.com/levostregc/status/767418902141931524 …
- — Ben Gross (@bhgross144)Sun, Aug 21 2016 17:57:32@LeVostreGC How does a Geatish warlord-son of oath bound Ecgþeow-dropped in a forgotten spot in Denmark, become the subject of an epic poem?
- — Chaucer Doth Tweet (@LeVostreGC)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:26:23Beowulf Ecgtheowes bearn Myne name ys Beowulf Ecgtheowes bearn And ther are a million monsters Ich have not harmed But just ye hwæt
- — Trey Lawson (@T_Lawson)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:45:25Mec ic áswámede for hine. Mec ic behyhtede hine. Mec ic déorede hine. Ond béo weargan fýrdracan þæt ácwealdede hine. https://twitter.com/LeVostreGC/status/767427647479672833 …
- (If your Old English isn't quite there, it may help to know that this is based on the Hamilton lines, "Me? I died for him / Me? I trusted him / Me? I loved him / And me? I'm the damn fool who shot him" but I believe "fyrdracan" is dragon.)
- — Chaucer Doth Tweet (@LeVostreGC)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:02:26Thys hall will now bicom quite gory For yt ys Grendel we will fight & whan the scop shal sing ower story Yt wil be the story of tonighte
- — Andrew Cook (@AndrewCooker)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:08:47@LeVostreGC Grendel's Mother: I will kill your friends and family to remind you of my love, da da da da daaaaaa Hamilton/Beowulf crossover
- — Ben Gross (@bhgross144)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:14:50@LeVostreGC Let me tell you what I wish I’d known after a life of glory. You have no control-Who lives, who dies, who translates your story
- — Chaucer Doth Tweet (@LeVostreGC)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:23:06Unferth: Beowulfes plan wold have him save ower hall; Ponder now as to who doth benefit? Ower ring-giveres gold, Beowulf wolde take yt al!
- — Ben Gross (@bhgross144)Sun, Aug 21 2016 18:35:30
#Wulf4Ham: A Beowulf/Hamilton crossover
@LeVostreGC and many others mashed up Beowulf and Hamilton in #Wulf4Ham
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