History OneManArmy / MythologyAndReligion

19th Mar '17 2:00:48 AM ZoeticCob
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* In ''Literature/TheShahnameh'' Rostam singlehandedly conquers the land of Mazandaran and frees his king and the Persian army.

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* In ''Literature/TheShahnameh'' Rostam singlehandedly conquers the land of Mazandaran where Key Kavous fails to do so with an army and frees his the captured king and the Persian army.Persians.
19th Mar '17 1:53:19 AM ZoeticCob
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* In ''Literature/TheShahnameh'' Rostam singlehandedly conquers the land of Mazandaran and frees his king and the Persian army.
6th Nov '16 5:39:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* And of course, we can't forget to mention biblical Samson, known for slaughtering one-third of a three thousand-strong army before the rest fled, with a jawbone.

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* And of course, we can't forget to mention biblical Samson, Literature/TheBible:
** Samson is
known for slaughtering one-third of a three thousand-strong army before the rest fled, with a jawbone.
7th Oct '15 10:18:37 PM 082122712641
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** The angel that was sent to protect Jerusalem from invasion of Sennacherib's army. It killed ''185,000'' soldiers in one night. By the time Sennacherib woke up, the tents of his army has nothing but corpses.

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** The angel that was sent to protect Jerusalem from invasion of Sennacherib's army. It killed ''185,000'' soldiers in one night. By the time Sennacherib woke up, the tents of his army has had nothing but corpses.
7th Oct '15 10:15:41 PM 082122712641
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* And of course, we can't not mention biblical Samson, known for slaughtering one-third of a three thousand-strong army before the rest fled, with a jawbone.
** Samson's got nothing on Jesus, though. The Book of Revelation says that when Jesus returns, He's going to one-shot an entire army.

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* And of course, we can't not forget to mention biblical Samson, known for slaughtering one-third of a three thousand-strong army before the rest fled, with a jawbone.
** Samson's got The angel that was sent to protect Jerusalem from invasion of Sennacherib's army. It killed ''185,000'' soldiers in one night. By the time Sennacherib woke up, the tents of his army has nothing on but corpses.
** Nothing above compares to
Jesus, though. The Book of Revelation says that when Jesus returns, He's going to one-shot an entire army.
army whose numbers are like "sand in the beach".
19th Apr '15 8:34:05 PM nombretomado
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* [[UsefulNotes/AztecMythology Huitzilopochtli]] (as befits a war god, of course). The first thing he did upon being born (fully grown) was kill 400 gods.

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* [[UsefulNotes/AztecMythology [[Myth/AztecMythology Huitzilopochtli]] (as befits a war god, of course). The first thing he did upon being born (fully grown) was kill 400 gods.
24th Feb '13 2:15:50 PM SpitefulFox
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* [[AztecMythology Huitzilopochtli]] (as befits a war god, of course). The first thing he did upon being born (fully grown) was kill 400 gods.

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* [[AztecMythology [[UsefulNotes/AztecMythology Huitzilopochtli]] (as befits a war god, of course). The first thing he did upon being born (fully grown) was kill 400 gods.
2nd Jan '13 7:06:40 PM mythbuster
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** Samson's got nothing on Jesus, though. The Book of Revelation says that when Jesus returns, He's going to one-shot an entire army.
25th Nov '12 2:02:53 PM lordGacek
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* And of course, we can't not mention biblical Samson, known for slaughtering one-third of a three thousand-strong army before the rest fled, with a jawbone.
19th Nov '12 2:06:39 AM Raven913
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* [[AztecMythology Huitzilopochtli]] (as befits a war god, of course). The first thing he did upon being born (fully grown) was kill 400 gods.
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