Geus Urvan

Geus Tasan

Abraham

Deathwing lesser demon

DeathWing

 

About: Deathwings are highly aggressive lesser daemons often operating under the direct control of some more evolved creature or in rogue groups (murders) in the wild. Obsessively territorial DeathWings are often used by Dragon’s to defend treasure.

 

Physical Information:

 

Length; (m) 4’ 2” (f) 4’ 10 “

Weight; (m) 623 lbs (f) 602 lbs

Skin (hide) Scaly to smooth

Arms: 2 (typical but may vary)

Legs: 2 (typical but may vary)

Life Span – 3,012

Horns Length – (m) 1’ (f) 8”

Wing Span – (m) 7’ 3” (f) 7’ 1”

Tail Length (m) 4’ 8” (f)

Strength Class: 2

Intelligence: low

High Priest

in Judaism, the chief religious functionary in the Temple of Jerusalem, whose unique privilege was to enter the Holy of Holies (inner sanctum) once a year on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, to burn incense and sprinkle sacrificial animal blood to expiate his own sins and those of the people of Israel. On this occasion he wore only white linen garments, forgoing the elaborate priestly vestments worn during the year whenever he chose to officiate at services. The high priest had overall charge of Temple finances and administration, and in the early period of the Second Temple he collected taxes and maintained order as the recognized political head of the nation. The high priest could not mourn the dead, had to avoid defilement incurred by proximity to the dead, and could marry only a virgin. The office, first conferred on Aaron by his brother Moses, was normally hereditary and for life. In the 2nd century BC, however, bribery led to several reappointments, and the last of the high priests were appointed by government officials or chosen by lot. According to tradition, 18 high priests served in Solomon’s Temple (c. 960–586 BC) and 60 in the Second Temple (516 BC–AD 70). Since that time, there has been no Jewish high priest, for national sacrifice was permanently interrupted with the destruction of the Second Temple.