A single-fire Omolon firearm, earned through glory in the Crucible.
This spelling means or refers to the personification of active destruction or “The Destroyer”
- Thought to mean angel of death or angel of the abyss
- “Avad dohn” is literally “A bad Dawn”
- This is referring to the active destruction taking place in the fiery burial place of the dead known as “Sheol”-the grave of mankind.
- Sheol is described as both on fire and in snow.
- The two spellings Abbadon and Abaddon signifying his fall
- origin is from Greek “Apollyon”
- Fallen Angel who became the realm of the dead. AKA “Angel of the Abyss”
- There are many conflicting accounts of who and what Abbadon/Abaddon is. He’s both a hero and Villain depending on the source of literature.
- He is said to be in league with Lucifer, and a King in Hell in some references.
- In others, he wrestled with Satan during the the Apocalypse and cast him into the Abyss, where he was ultimately defeated and bound.