Bravery Never Goes Out of Fashion

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Let Bravery be Thy Choice

Displaying acts of bravery is definitely a common theme each epic hero will share as a mutual trait. Bravery is a characteristic a great leader exhibits and is a personality trait that inspires the weak and encourages the strong. To be brave does not omit fear, but allows one to press pass the act of anxiety and display such fearlessness. In fact, the brave one is merely the one who ignore his fears; yet, act upon them to conquer his quest.

Odyssesus tries to cheer up his guys and let them know that they have been through worst

(Odyssesus, in his tale:) "Dear friends, surely we are not unlearned in evils. This is no greater evil now than it was when the Cyclops had us cooped in his hollow cave by force and violence, but even there, by my courage and counsel and my intelligence, we escaped away. I think that all this will be remembered someday too. Then do as I say, let us all be won over."
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Beowulf expresses if he has to die he will not go down without a good fight.

"And If death does take me, send the hammered/ Mail of my armor to Higlac, return/The inheritance I had from Hrethel, and he/From Wayland. Fate will unwind as it must!"