Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh
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  • The epic of the almighty Gilgamesh as retold by Kevin Craddock and Riley Demarco, the greatest scribes of the land.
  • I am the greatest and strongest of all.
  • No tis I that am the strongest and greatest of all. All of my citizens know this to be true
  • You will not seize my mind like you have decieved Gligamesh's. You will DIE!!!!!!
  • Nooo!!! "screams"
  • But he offered us all his stuff why would we need to kill him?
  • In the Epic of the Almighty Gilgamesh retold by the two scribes, the characters within the story go through many challenges that significantly change the tone/mood. Some of these challenges are permanent, while others are just temporary obstacles that these characters must overcome.
  • It was I who killed Humbaba, twas I who struck down and slaid the Bull of Heaven. Not Gilgamesh who took the honor for my deeds.
  • The meeting of Enkidu(on the left) and Gilgamesh(on the right) changed the mood of the story from happy and almost carefree to tense and uneasiness. This is because never before was there someone in the land capable of challenging the almighty Gilgamesh. This challenge ended with Enkidu losing but still he became Gilgamesh's new companion.
  • Two thirds is god but one third is man.
  • Why have you come so great a journey?
  • .....Go Gilgamesh, I permit you to pass through the mountain of Mashu and through the high ranges; may your feet carry you safely home.
  • The event where Enkidu and Gilgamesh had to kill Humbaba was a major mood change in the story. The mood change where Gilgamesh went from being a all mighty person to a greedy person helped show how Enkidu was the greater of the two. This was proven when Gilgamesh's greed for treasure almost lead him to his death. If it were not for Enkidu who struck the two most fatal blows on the moster, Gilgamesh might have met a early death.
  • Nom Nom Nom
  • SSSSSSS
  • NOOOO!! MY IMMORTALITY!!!!
  • This is a recreation of the scene when Enkidu is on his death bed. His comment helps show that Gilgamesh is greedy because he took credit for deeds that he didn't do. This is also shown by the mood change in Gilgamesh after Enkidu's death. Gilgamesh realizes that the person who did the deeds is dead so there is no one left to help him.
  • This scene shows that Gilgamesh is not all that because he hestitates to look at the creatures. It also shows a change of mood in his character because while talking to the scorpions he gives all the credit for the deeds that he said he did to Enkidu.
  • "Holds hands over face for half a sec."
  • "For Enkidu"... "Although I should go in sorrow and in pain... open the gate of the mountain."
  • This scene shows a change of mood in Gilgamesh. It shows this in the way that before he lost the flower to the serpent he had said that he was going give the flower to the old citizens in Uruk. This is a act of selflessness and kindness.
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