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PL Truth SeekerHQ They call me many things: Murderer. Cutthroat. Thief. But you may call me Fat Homer.

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Fat Homer (died 48 BCE) was a bandit leader who led the Hungry Great Ones in Egypt during the 1st century BCE.


Prior to 48 BCE, Fat Homer led his men on raids in Sap-Meh Nome and Sapi-Res Nome. They were so proficient that rumours of them reached Kanopos, stating that Fat Homer and his men rode "war hippos".[1]

During one of their raids in 48 BCE, the Hungry Great Ones raided a farm belonging an Egyptian named Jarha, capturing their protector Meketre in the process. This raid also attracted the hippos in the river near the farm, and the alarmed beasts laid waste to plants, buildings, and men alike. Only Jarha and his aunt survived the attack.[2]

With Meketre's capture, his village was left defenseless, allowing Fat Homer and his men to raid the village. However, he was ultimately slain by the Medjay Bayek of Siwa and Meketre, the latter having been freed by the former at the Potamos Hideout.[2]



  1. Assassin's Creed: OriginsWild Ride
  2. 2.0 2.1 Assassin's CreedThe Hungry River

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