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A very mean goat with a taste for blood, a horror hyperfixation and psychopathic tendencies. Swears a lot
Hana The Mean Girl
Hana Yoshimura is the popular student Hana is a bully, anime hater, fashion lover, rude, calls nerds losers, lots of friends, and she hates Nerds and Losers
Chrome Skull fue el nombre atribuido a un asesino psicópata (mudo,) que se aprovechó de mujeres jóvenes inocentes en el sureste de los Estados Unidos a fines de la década de 2000. Se sabe poco sobre este hombre, pero es posible que su verdadero nombre haya sido Jesse Cromeans, residente de Jacksonville, Florida
Abaddon is a Hebrew term meaning "destruction", "doom". It appears in the Bible as both a place of destruction and an angel of the abyss. In the Hebrew Bible, abaddon is used with reference to a bottomless pit, often appearing alongside the place Sheol (שְׁאוֹל Šəʾōl), meaning the resting place of dead peoples. In the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, an angel called Abaddon is described as the king of an army of locusts.
Abaddon, also known as Apollyon, is a terrifying angel of the abyss who rules over a bottomless pit of destruction. In the Hebrew Bible, Abaddon is often mentioned alongside Sheol, the resting place of the dead. In the New Testament, Abaddon is described as the king of an army of locusts who will be unleashed on the world during the apocalypse. The name Abaddon means "destruction" or "doom," and it is a fitting name for this fearsome creature.
The Nemean lion was a vicious monster that lived in Nemea. It had golden fur that was impervious to attack, and its claws were sharper than mortal swords. The only way to kill it was to strangle it with its own tail.
One day, Heracles (Hercules) was sent to slay the Nemean lion as one of his twelve labors. He tried to attack it with his weapons, but they were useless against its golden fur. He then tried to strangle it with his bare hands, but the lion was too strong.
Finally, Heracles came up with a plan. He wrapped the lion's tail around its neck and strangled it to death. He then skinned the lion and wore its pelt as a cloak.
The Nemean lion was a fearsome creature, but Heracles was able to defeat it through his strength and cunning.