The great grandson of Noah, he was a mighty king and nation builder who founded many cities, including the great Tower of Babel. Despite his stance as a powerful leader, his reputation was tarnished by his traditional association with the construction of the Tower of Babel. Elohim saw this and said "Let us go down there and confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech". Realizing what he had done, Nimrod moved north to the lands of Scythia where he became the father of two sons, Hunor and Magyar. Nimrod created the recurve bow and arrow for his new people. Just before dying, Nimrod prophesized the coming of a great terror: Attila the Hun and the destruction of the Roman Empire.