Solomon was a magician who for a time ruled as King of Jerusalem. He was the possessor of a magical ring now famously associated with him - the Ring of Solomon.

Continued use of the Ring greatly weakened Solomon, as the power of the Ring fed on its user. In his early days, he regularly used it, but later mainly made use of illusions to hide the fact that his youthful physical appearance was no more and that he had to remove the Ring in order to sleep at night. He left much of his day-to-day business to his Council of Seventeen.

In his court he has seventeen magicians and many wives. It is shown that he is wicked and unfair to other countries but in actual truth, his magicians are the ones that caused it. He is shown to be fair and wise but troubled, worrying what would happen if the Ring fell into the wrong hands.

Bartimaeus of Uruk was once employed to both Ezekiel of this Council of Seventeen and Khaba and through a series of events, came into a conflict of sorts with Solomon. In later years, Bartimaeus would frequently boast of having "spoken with Solomon," though those in the know did not think much of this achievement, given the incredible power of the Ring to summon so many spirits.

Character Arc Edit

He wasn't a talented magician and was more into collecting old objects from the earlier civilizations. In his adventures, he stumbled upon the ring. He discovered its power and quickly became the most powerful man in the world.

He kept the seventeen powerful magicians around him to watch them and use them to do his bidding for he is strained by the ring.

He realized that he had unknowingly allowed the 17 magicians to use his name in their schemes.

After his realizations, he said he would better the relationship between Jerusalem and neighboring countries.