Urizen is a character featured in much of William Blake's poetry. He represents logic, reason, and science. Urizen is often portrayed with a compass or other similar measuring tool, and is always contained within a red circle. The red circle represents being trapped within a certain set of rules and restrictions. He sports a long gray beard and is always naked (as is the case with most of Blake's creations). Urizen opposes Orc.

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