His father is the Brahmin hero Drona. In the great war sung in the epic, he like his father, stuck to Duryodhana’s side, and unfolded a lurid conflict with the five Pandava brothers together with Karna.
After all the influential men of his own army, including Karna, died, he broke his pledge as a warrior maddened with rage, and carried out a night assault. It is said he massacred thousands of people.
Ashwatthama is a loud and battle-loving warrior. He also possesses an iron will and will stop at nothing to avenge fallen friends, which is represented in his Violation of Chivalry skill.
Angry for the unreasonable, angry for sadness, angry for pride. However, he swore not to hate. He always wished to be a person to raise an objection against the unreasonable world.
Blowing away any wise reason, no matter who he faces he’ll blow them away with composure if they don’t convince him.
In a Holy Grail War, he’s the type of considering the compatibility with the Master extremely important. If the affinity is bad, he’ll even think on self-annihilation in the first battle.
Yuga Kshetra: The Black Final GodEdit