Ninurta gave you his courage and his spontaneity. In most cases you are successful because you are quicker than the others. Impatience is your second nature and you rarely assess risks and dangers before your act. You don’t shy away from a fight and love to lock horns with others. However, there is a soft core beneath your rough surface you show to those who have the courage to come to grips with you.
Ninurta is the perfect warrior. He is a born military leader but also a strong and gifted lone fighter. Being quick tempered, impulsive and impatient, he tends to take on any quest that is brought before him.
Ninurta helped his father Enlil to overthrow An by beating the mighty demon Asag with thunderbolts. An had sent this horrible monster to destroy Ki and Abzu alike. After the fight, Asag was kept prisoner in the depths of Irkalla. Another of Ninurta's legendary fights was against the dreadful bird Imdugud. This monster had stolen the Me, the tablets of destiny which epitomize the future of the whole world. Asked for help by Enki, Ninurta lured the bird out of his nest. The fight between them took several days until Ninurta was able to slay the monster and return the precious tablet to its rightful owner.
The driving power behind his dedication to good causes is his indomitable will to climb the social ladder in the Pantheon and play his part in the everlasting struggle for leadership among the gods. Yet his ambition does not stand in the way of his loyalty and he'd rather fight for his rival out of devotion to duty, just to beat him in the next round.