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  • Nod
  • Nod é a terra "a leste do Éden" para onde, segundo o Gênesis, Caim foi banido depois de matar seu irmão Abel. O hebraico nod (נוד) é a raiz hebraica do verbo "vaguear" (לנדוד) e possivelmente refere-se à vida nômade de Caim e seus descendentes, os cainitas. Pode-se interpretar a passagem como significando que Caim foi simplesmente condenado a vaguear pela terra para sempre e não exilado em uma "Terra de Nômades" que não é citada em nenhuma outra parte do Antigo Testamento.
  • Nod is a rookie Leafmen warrior battling Mandrake's evil forces and is Mary "MK" Katherine's love interest and does manage to kiss her in the lips before she leaves. According to Ronin, his father died in a Boggan battle, which is why Ronin holds the responsibility of looking out for him to make sure he does'nt get himself into trouble.
  • Der alte Heimatplanet der Nod-jins. Früher hieß er Helios.
  • Nod is a region located on the east of the Garden of Eden. This was the region that Cain was exiled to wander in after he murdered his brother Abel. This may be a specific land or could have been the general region (east of Eden) that Cain wandered in. It is only mentioned once in the Bible, in the Book of Genesis along with the account of Cain's life. In Genesis the word Nod literally means land of wandering.
  • A minion of Aaronev Wilhelm Sturmvoraus, caretaker of the royal theatre, and as an , most probably a revenant. He doesn't seem too pleased with the fact that his stage often ends up with holes in it, due to his boss hating a boring show and having a Gatling gun on his royal box. We only see him once, but the brief role he plays is important, so:
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  • Sturmhalten
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  • Nod
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  • Nod
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  • Caretaker
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  • Nod
  • Nod é a terra "a leste do Éden" para onde, segundo o Gênesis, Caim foi banido depois de matar seu irmão Abel. O hebraico nod (נוד) é a raiz hebraica do verbo "vaguear" (לנדוד) e possivelmente refere-se à vida nômade de Caim e seus descendentes, os cainitas. Pode-se interpretar a passagem como significando que Caim foi simplesmente condenado a vaguear pela terra para sempre e não exilado em uma "Terra de Nômades" que não é citada em nenhuma outra parte do Antigo Testamento.
  • Nod is a rookie Leafmen warrior battling Mandrake's evil forces and is Mary "MK" Katherine's love interest and does manage to kiss her in the lips before she leaves. According to Ronin, his father died in a Boggan battle, which is why Ronin holds the responsibility of looking out for him to make sure he does'nt get himself into trouble.
  • Der alte Heimatplanet der Nod-jins. Früher hieß er Helios.
  • A minion of Aaronev Wilhelm Sturmvoraus, caretaker of the royal theatre, and as an , most probably a revenant. He doesn't seem too pleased with the fact that his stage often ends up with holes in it, due to his boss hating a boring show and having a Gatling gun on his royal box. We only see him once, but the brief role he plays is important, so: Nod is the guy who helps Abner [ set up] [[Chronology - Volume #|✣ ]] for Master Payne's Circus of Adventure to perform The Socket Wench of Prague when the Circus makes an unexpected detour through Sturmhalten. To call this performance "eventful" would understate the case quite severely. He bears a curious, and hardly coincidental, resemblance to the title character of the "Nodwick" webcomic, although he's considerably taller and less prone to repeated, violent death (at least, we hope so). See the Aaronev Wilhelm Sturmvoraus article for more on this connection to the outside world. Unlike Nodwick, in all likelihood, he's going to die once and that'll be it; however, we don't know whether that single death happened in the fracas that erupted in Sturmhalten when Agatha Heterodyne, Baron Klaus Wulfenbach, and all sorts of other big names crashed the party.
  • Nod is a region located on the east of the Garden of Eden. This was the region that Cain was exiled to wander in after he murdered his brother Abel. This may be a specific land or could have been the general region (east of Eden) that Cain wandered in. It is only mentioned once in the Bible, in the Book of Genesis along with the account of Cain's life. In Genesis the word Nod literally means land of wandering.
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