Name: Gilgamesh (assumed name).
Age: Unknown (ageless).
Weight: 200 lbs.
Gilgamesh is in the world-class for any given weapon in history, and possesses an unparalleled physique, that is one of the few to be truly worthy of the title 'peak human.' He has trained in martial arts that all but he have forgotten, fought in almost every conflict in history.
But, why read about his prowess in combat, when you can test it yourself, in mortal combat? Come, challengers! Let us see how you fare 'gainst Gilgamesh!
The Touch of the South.
True, no-strings-attached immortality, exists in only one place on Earth. The Elder Continent. From the Mountain of Life flows the blood-cider said to grant the drinker more years than they should have. To drink too much of it is to gain the Touch of the South, leaving the Mountain's light in your very blood. Thanks to the rulers of the Elder Continent, and their degree that no man shall live a thousand years, only one person has ever tasted enough of the blood-cider to gain true immortality. Gilgamesh. As punishment, he has been hunted by agents of the Elder Continent for as long as he's been immortal.
The Scars of the North.
The three gashes across the Eternal One's face were not earned in combat. Though he does not possess true 'regeneration,' he has noted that any lasting injury he sustains will eventually heal, leaving him as healthy and hale as he was ten thousand years ago. The scars on his face were in the place-that-is-no-place, to the north of reality. No memory of that place remains with those who survive it, but the scars do. Along with the disfigurement, though, the place-that-is-no-place granted him the ability to withstand even the coldest of temperatures- after all, what lies North is far colder.
The Western Stigma.
Branded on the underside of the Undying Warrior's skin is the Western Stigma, a peculiar affliction gained from gazing upon the heart of a Judgement. As of receiving this, even the hottest temperatures on Earth do not bother him, though at a certain level of heat the markings do become visible under his skin.
The Mark of the East.
Gilgamesh has not yet earned the Mark of the East.
Gilgamesh has always borne the Mark of the East.