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Which of the following is NOT an accurate portrayal of the character Gilgamesh in Book I?
Gilgamesh the king is also an impregnable warrior and war hero who is a lauded leader of his army.
Gilgamesh possesses the character flaw of arrogance, and his people fear the tyrannical nature of the king.
Gilgamesh is powerful and wondrous; he is loved by everyone in his kingdom and known for his great power.
Gilgamesh inspires both awe and fear in his people.
Gilgamesh is a tyrant, whom the people dare not oppose.