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There is no single standard narrative for the sengedurug nor limit to the number of stories that can be told; hence, the multiplicity of Agyu stories.
One of the subsistence occupations of the Ilianon people is the gathering of beeswax which they trade with the Moros, their distant neighbors, for articles and goods that they need.
The datu instructs his wife to call their daughter, who is told to dress up. All the men, including the younger ones, are exhorted to fight. A seer predicts their doom, but Tanagyaw chastises him.
The datu then tells her to give Tanagyaw betel chew and to consider him her husband. He finds the villagers troubled because the village is going to be attacked by enemies. He puts on his breast plate of 10 layers and picks up his shield and unbreakable spear.
Buy-anon, the daughter, invites him to sit on her lap, but the boy refuses, saying he is merely a boy. He is well received and is offered the young daughter of the datu, named Paniguan. Then he fights the invaders by the seashore; the deaths are innumerable.
She appears, offers him chew, and asks him to be her husband, saying he will be their savior. The leader of the invaders invites Tanagyaw to his country.