With your patron god you share not only your pride and your love for the spotlight, but also your generosity and your charm. If you cast aside your vanity you have a true potential for greatness. You don’t shy away from responsibility and love to see yourself in the role of the protector of the weak but you have to careful that others do not exploit your magnanimity.
As master of the sun, he feels superior to most of the gods apart from Enlil. Nonetheless, he is popular among the gods because he's good humored and laid-back – most of the time. It is his relationship with Enki that has been in shambles for the past millennia and that brings Utu's worst traits to the surface.
Utu was once a big fan of Enki and supported him by making his sons kings of the city of Uruk to educate mankind and foster civilization, thereby sacrificing the immortality of his offspring. He helped his grandson Gilgamesh in his fight against the Bull of Heaven, that Inanna had stirred up against him. When Utu's and Enki's endeavor finally turned against them and they were forced by Enlil to abandon the earth, Utu was not allowed to take his sons and his grandson with him, who were by then judges in Irkalla. He directed his rage towards Enki, who had persuaded him to sacrifice his offspring in the first place. And he is trying everything - from conspiracy to open fight - to bring the earth under his control, even if only to spite the water god.