Celtic mythology, the son of a Formorian king and a goddess of the Tuatha De Danann, he took Nuada's kingship when he lost his hand in battle. Unliked by the Tuatha who wanted him off the throne, he asked the help of Balor in the second battle of Magh Tuiredh and was captured by the Tuatha, who spared his life when he promised that Irish cows would always have milk and the Tuatha will learn how to grow crops.

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