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Character Origin: Persian mythology and folklore
Jamshid, also known as Yima, was the fourth and greatest king of the Pishdadian Dynasty. He was a just and wise ruler, and his reign was a time of peace and prosperity. Jamshid built many magnificent palaces and towers, and he was said to have invented the calendar and the art of writing. He was also a skilled magician, and he could control the weather and the seasons. One day, Jamshid became so proud of his power that he decided to challenge God. He built a throne made of gold and jewels, and he sat on it in the middle of a garden. He then called upon the sun and the moon to bow down before him. The sun and the moon did as they were told, but God was not pleased. He sent a flood to destroy Jamshid's kingdom, and Jamshid was killed. Even though Jamshid was a proud and arrogant man, he was also a great king. His reign was a time of peace and prosperity, and he is remembered as one of the greatest rulers in Persian history.