Attila the Hun (c. 406 – 453) was the leader of the Huns from 434 until his death in 453. His empire stretched from Germany to the Ural River, and from the River Danube to the Baltic Sea, and it was governed from the Pannonian Basin, modern dayHungary.
Attila possessed a unique blade, known to history under the names of "the Sword of Mars", the "Sword of Attila" or the "Sword of God". This weapon was in fact one of the Swords of Eden.
During his invasion of Italy, Attila attempted to sack the town of Modena, but was unable to do so due a dense fog supposedly conjured by Saint Geminianus.