Enlila (Maria Joana) will manipulate everyone to escape being accused of a crime in Genesis. Assassin of Kala (Talita Tilieri), the queen will hear King Ibbi-Sim (Felipe Roque) worry about an alleged executioner on the loose in Ur of the Chaldeans and will try to deceive him. Nadi’s ally (Camila Rodrigues) will convince her husband that the girl’s sudden death was the work of the goddess Innana.
Felipe Roque’s character will suspect that Kala’s murder will not be the last in Ur in this Thursday’s chapter (18). The city commander will confess his fear to Enlila – just responsible for the death of the king’s second wife. The girl was killed by the character of Maria Joana after she discovered that the veteran poisoned Ibbi-Sim to prevent him from having sex with Nadi.
“Kala’s death has already plagued Innana’s wrath,” Lilit’s friend (Ana Elisa Mattos) will lie, referring to the fact that the king was unable to complete the sacred marriage ritual to please the goddess. But the monarch will not be very convinced of the theory.
“There is no solution and you will not be able to convince me”, he will decree, implying that he intends to tell everyone that he did not have sex with the priestess. However, the queen will give you an assertive answer to change your mind: “If you tell, you lose the throne”.
The queen will also be questioned by General Ekur (Bruno Berlamino) about Kala’s murder. “Does the queen really know anything?” Will ask the commander of Ur’s army.
Sonsa, Enlila will once again distort reality and reverse the game with a defensive posture. “What are you implying, general?”, She will release, leaving the warrior speechless.
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