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Marduk, the warrior of the sun in a clear sky, hereby presents! By the divinity, I have acquired a new body, now heading towards the decisive battle field! Let's go!

Marduk was a Mesopotamian chief deity, who presided creation, water, vegetation, judgment, and magic, as well as the patron of the ancient city of Babylon.


Like many other ancient deities, Marduk was one of the earliest pagan god and the child of Enki and Damgalnuna. He would eventually battle the ancient monster Tiamat, becoming one of the many storm gods of the Chaoskampf, similar to Zeus, Thor, Hadad, Perun, Indra, Susanoo, and Tezcatlipoca.

He would marry the goddess Sarpanit and have a son named Nabu. He is the protagonist in the story of Enūma Eliš.



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Such a...radiating glare like that of platinum. As one who might not see the sun tomorrow, I hereby confess: "My affection for you is like a storm."
Blood I will mass and cause boned to be. I will establish a savage, 'man' shall be his name. Verily, savage man I will create. He shall be charged with the service of the gods That they might be at ease! The ways of the gods I will artfully alter. Though alike revered, into two (groups) they shall be divided.
Marduk declaring the creation of humanity, Enūma Eliš Tablet 6, lines 5-8.