Thorny Sinner Armaros


Armoros, complicit in Lucifer's rebellion, was confined to a tiny portion of Hell instead of a jail cell. As punishment, anything she wore would become riddled with sharp thorns. These thorns along with her menacing blade would harm anyone who approached her. To someone who detests loneliness as much as she does, this form of retribution was all too suitable.

Name OriginEdit

Armârôs (Aramaic: תרמני, Greek: Αρεαρώς) was the eleventh on a list of 20 leaders of a group of 200 fallen angels called Grigori or "Watchers." in the Book of Enoch. The name means "cursed one" or "accursed one". The name 'Armaros' is likely a Greek corruption of what may be an Aramaic name; Armoni is possibly the original. Michael Knibb, Professor of Old Testament Studies at King's College London, lists the meaning of his name as being "the one from Hermon".


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