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Aqhat was a Mesopotamian demigod.[2][3] He allied himself with his fellow Mesopotamian god Marduk and Oceanic god of evil Whiro (posing as the Akua Earth goddess Papahanau-Moku). This subversive organization, known as the Everlasting, intended to set off a violent international war that would enable Marduk to claim enough souls to completely regain his godhood.[4][3]

In 1953, in Buenos Aires, Aqhat killed Nazi scientist Johann Weimer whom Citizen V (Paulette Brazee) had just captured, and was himself killed by her, not before cryptically revealing his affiliation. The V-Battalion spent two years trying to understand Aqhat's mystical bow and arrows, before relinquishing them to a museum in Israel (as both Aqhat and his bow were based on Levantine mythology).[1]

Aqhat of the Annunaki

Decades later, Aqhat resurfaced, reacquiring his mystical bow from the Israeli museum. He was then spotted three weeks later in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where he attacked Citizen V (John Watkins III) as he was destroying weapons the Everlasting intended for ULTIMATUM.[1]



Cognizant-Regenetative: When killed, Aqhat could reincarnate into a new body, with his powers and memories living on in the new body.[5]


Aqhat was stated to have physical skills on par with Citizen V (John Watkins III)'s. He was also an expert archer.[1]



Bow and black-energy arrows[1] crafted by Kothar-wa-Khasis,[citation needed] and which could be fired only by Aqhat's unique properties.[1] When Aqhat struck a victim with a black-energy arrow, the victim would eventually die and emanate smoky images (plucked from the victim's mind) exposing his or her past sins.

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