Gilgamesh Accomplishments

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In a town not too far from Iraq, there was a school called Uruk High. While he was not there long, there was a legend of a hero who walked the halls of Uruk High. His name was Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh was the current principle’s son so he had godlike powers at the school. Gilgamesh stood 6’1 tall and was very muscular. Only 18 years old and yet told he could be a model. He was the leader of the football team, the Uruk Knights. Not only did Gilgamesh dominate on the field but off the field too, he was in the top 10 in all of classes. Needless to say but Gilgamesh was the envy of most of the male students and his arrogance did not help. Gilgamesh did as he pleases. He stole others students lunches, flips girls skirts, and kissed other boys’ girlfriends. …show more content…

Enkidu arrived the dawn of the next morning. He had long flowing hair like an 80’s rocker and stood 5’11 tall. He was built like an ox and looked as mean. As Enkidu walked through the halls the other students cleared a path out of fear. Enkidu then saw a bully beating up a nerd in the hall and no one doing anything to help. This filled Enkidu with rage so he grabbed the bully and shoved him against the wall and punched the bully in the gut making him fall the ground in pain. Enkidu helped the nerd up and he said, “My hero”. A group of nerds gathered around Enkidu and began to chant “Hero! Hero! Hero!”. “That’s him.” said the bully. An ominous air filled the hallway. The bully stood there holding his stomach pointing at Enkidu with an angered Gilgamesh in front of him with a crowd of his fans. Without a word Gilgamesh rushed …show more content…

He played in the pros for 20 years after high school. Humbaba was as big as Gilgamesh and Enkidu combined. Gilgamesh was not afraid for he only saw the glory of being the state champs. Enkidu agreed to join the team and they crushed all the high schools in the state. The day before the big game the school had a pep rally for the team. The whole school gathers as to see the teachers give Gilgamesh a special gift. It was Gilgamesh’s helmet but it had been so signed by all of the teachers including his father. With tears in his eyes and with Enkidu by his side Gilgamesh held up the helmet and said, “To Glory!” The game was at Cedar City Reformatory School. When Gilgamesh and Enkidu entered the field they felt Humbaba’s presence. It was like they were the only players on the field. Humbaba was like a wall, he did not let anything past him but so was Gilgamesh and Enkidu when they worked together. It was going to end with a tie, until Gilgamesh and Enkidu tackled and Humbaba forcing him to fumble the ball. Enkidu is the first to the ball but he was face to face with Humbaba alone. Enkidu swiftly throws the ball back to Gilgamesh while slowing down Humbaba. Gilgamesh rans towards the goal with all his might and then Humbaba roared, “No!” Gilgamesh scored and he had

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