(Militaristic) Nimrod the Heroic


Even after slaying a number of divine soldiers, Nimrod had not lost sight of his true goal. Still, despite his noble intentions, his methodology was inexcusable. He was judged as a criminal by the gods. Though he fought valiantly, he was steadily losing command of his fervent battalion. Gripped in the insanity of the battlefield, one of his own stabbed him in the back, tragically killing him before he could see his plans come to fruition.


See Nimrod the Heroic.

Name OriginEdit

Nimrod (Hebrew, Modern Nimrod, Tiberian Nimrōḏ, Arabic: Namrood‎), king of Shinar, was, according to the Book of Genesis and Books of Chronicles, the son of Cush and great-grandson of Noah. He is depicted in the Bible as a man of power and a mighty hunter. Extra-biblical traditions associating him with the Tower of Babel led to his reputation as a king who was rebellious against God.

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