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[[File:Warriormaidensofgoshen1.png|thumb]]The '''Warrior Maidens of Goshen''' are three elite sentinels of Egyptian background and Philistine warlord Amalek's personal bodyguards. They are evidently his most formidable warriors, as proved by the fact that only they and their master Amalek are left on the battlefield after their rout of an opposing Babylonian army. The women guard the third level of Amalek's citadel and are the last enemies Branan must defeat in order to reach Amalek and the bronze serpent staff in Amalek's personal residence on the fourth level of the citadel.
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[[File:Yehude1.png|thumb]]'''Yehude''', Zackeus, and Mizraim are three Hebrew boys from Gezer whose acts of vandalism and rebellion against the ruling Philistine class tend to land the local Hebrew community in hot water. When the three boys pelt Sidon with fish as an act of political resistance during his trip to Gezer, he retaliates by doubling the tribute of grain the Hebrews of the town must pay to the local temple of Dagon.
 
The warrior maidens appear once in the Son of Samson comic in volume five of the series and receive a quick mention in volume six.
 
   
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Far from deterring Yehude, Zackeus, and Mizraim from their acts of civil disobedience, Sidon's harsh reprisals only serve to fan the flames of the boys' desire to strike back at Philistine tyranny. Sneaking into the temple of Dagon, Yehude, Zackeus, and Mizraim plaster the idol with mud, then brag about their deed to Zarah and Branan, who've just returned from a fruitless fox hunt.
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{{Quote|Indeed! I'm eager to look upon [[Branan's Mother|my mother]]'s kindly face again. It will be a welcome change from [[Uzal]]'s disagreeable disposition!|[[Branan]], to [[Zarah]] on their way back home to see his mother.|Volume 8: Son of Samson and the Tears of Jehovah}}
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{{Quote|Such a noble creature does not deserve to be captured by men without honor.|[[Branan]], upon discovering a [[Lion|lion]] in a pit.|Volume 6: Son of Samson and the Heroes of God}}
   
   

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Yehude, Zackeus, and Mizraim are three Hebrew boys from Gezer whose acts of vandalism and rebellion against the ruling Philistine class tend to land the local Hebrew community in hot water. When the three boys pelt Sidon with fish as an act of political resistance during his trip to Gezer, he retaliates by doubling the tribute of grain the Hebrews of the town must pay to the local temple of Dagon.

Far from deterring Yehude, Zackeus, and Mizraim from their acts of civil disobedience, Sidon's harsh reprisals only serve to fan the flames of the boys' desire to strike back at Philistine tyranny. Sneaking into the temple of Dagon, Yehude, Zackeus, and Mizraim plaster the idol with mud, then brag about their deed to Zarah and Branan, who've just returned from a fruitless fox hunt.

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