(Hunter) Yeruláyim, Solomon's Heir


Yeruláyim fought his way through many a struggle, severing the heads of a great many demons. He and his band used their fearless nature to the fullest, destined to live and die as heroes. So long as they had the intent to rid evil from the world, Yeruláyim felt they could never stop until their journey's end. Only 51 left to go...


See Yeruláyim, Solomon's Heir.

Name OriginEdit

Solomon is a Hebrew-derived surname and given name. Its Hebrew form, Shlomo is related to the word shalom ("peace"); and is often chosen in part as a reference to the well-known King Solomon mentioned in the Hebrew Bible - a king of Israel and the son of David.

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