Imdugud's Special Attacks
In Sumerian mythology, the Imdugud was a lion headed bird that acted as the doorkeeper to the god Enki's bath chambers. Later, Imdugud was adopted by the descendants of the Sumerians, the Bablylonians, and was renamed Anzu. Anzu was said to have a coat of feathers so dense that it was equal to the protection of eleven coats of mail, and had a beak strong and sharp enough to pierce almost anything.
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