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The Powerful Ninurta called The God Of War in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology as well as the God Of Thunderstorms in Mesopotamian beliefs. He like to go about the day drifting in the sky enjoying the warmth of the sun. He travels through the lands watching over people and animals and forestry. He loves animals and nature because they live peacefully going about their days in enjoyment only causing pain when need be. Yet he himself knows that war is needed or over population will become an urgent problem as well as knowing there are evils in the world of both realistic and mystic. He has fought many creatures and monsters never once did he lose in battle. As you can see he is carrying his trusted Mace named Sharur who can speak. They sometimes spend hour talking about things they have done in the past or sometimes just about the sun and the stars. Ninurta name directly means lord of the earth and has a strong sense of right and wrong. If it is dry he can make it rain, thunderstorm or flood depending on his decision. Ninurta’s earliest name was Imdugud which means Rain Cloud and that is why here he looks like a cloud. He could transform into his more human form, but he prefers to drift above us with Sharur and enjoy life until he is needed to help out once more. This is a mixture of real facts and what I think he would say and do. Facts: Ninurta called The God Of War in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology as well as the God Of Thunderstorms in Mesopotamian beliefs He had a Mace named Sharur who can speak. Ninurta’s earliest name was Imdugud which means Rain Cloud
Sometimes I see things in the cards. There are small areas that are raised in the natural process of making the paper. These tiny variances began this creature. Free association finished it. I'm not exactly sure what it is which will make it difficult to paint. I'm not sure which direction the creature goes either. I see a weapon in there but exactly what it's firing or being held by is still up for discussion.
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