In the book Beowulf:In the Shieldings' society,what makes of killing worse than another?

Be sure to also explain a "good reason" for killing

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 Certain killings were more preferable than others. Revenge killings were expected. Avenging family members and fellow soldiers was certainly encouraged. The killing of monster's like Grendel scored a Viking points. Killing a King or fellow soldier out of pride or spite was frowned upon.