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In the Sumerian mythological poem Lugale, Asag is a monstrous demon, so hideous that his presence alone makes fish boil alive in the rivers.

He was said to be accompanied into battle by an army of rock demon offspring - born of his union with the mountains themselves.

He was vanquished by the heroic Akkadian deity Ninurta, using Sharur, his enchanted talking mace, after seeking the counsel of his father, the god Enlil.

DescriptionEdit

In the Sumerian mythological poem Lugale, Asag is described as being so hideous that his presence makes fish boil alive in the rivers.

"Large, round, three-legged, three-armed creature with no neck and :several eyes covering their entire bulk. Has dark, hardened skin that :feels like rock when touched. Almost indestructible."

MythEdit

He was said to be accompanied into battle by an army of rock demon offspring - born of his union with the mountains themselves. He was defeated by the god Ninurta.

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