The Amorites will carry out a killing in Genesis. The group led by Sumuabum (Ed Oliveira) will take advantage of the moment when King Ibbi-Sim (Felipe Roque) and General Ekur (Bruno Belarmino) will leave Ur to rescue Dnin-Sim (Rafael Gevu) and invade the city. The enemy band is looking to control the territory.
The attack will take place in this Tuesday (2) chapter of Record’s biblical booklet. The Amorites will aggressively take part in Ur and kill anyone on the way to conquer the city.
In the midst of the confusion, Morabi (Jairo Mattos) will be asked by Enkiru (Samir Murad) about what the goddess has to say about the invasion. “And now, Morabi? What are we going to do? Is Inanna going to save us? Say something, man,” will shout the veteran, as he sees death spread in the territory.
But the new priest he will receive no response from Heaven and will weep in despair. Queen Enlila (Maria Joana) will be more creative when defending herself.
She and Nadi (Camila Rodrigues) will be in the middle of a conversation when Lilit (Ana Elisa Mattos) will run into the rooms to warn that the vandals are approaching the palace. A antagonist prepare for war and think of a practical strategy for overcoming enemies.
The streets of Ur will be filled with chaos, and Terá (Angelo Paes Leme) will be forced to fight to protect Aya (Flavia Monteiro) and Amat (Branca Messina). “They are killing everyone. The Amorites invaded the city and they are coming here”, says Nidana’s mother (Juliane Trevisol).
Abram’s father (Rafael Sun) will try to get more information from the midwife, but they will be surprised by an amorita. Hooded and armed with a knife, the warrior will call the character of Angelo Paes Leme into battle. Courageous, the protagonist will accept the challenge and shout for the women to protect themselves in their homes.
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