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    Ghazan was born on 5 November 1271 in Abaskun (near modern Bandar Turkman) though he was raised in the Ordo (nomadic palace-tent) of his grandfather Abaqa's favorite wife, Buluqhan Khatun, who herself was childless. [4] Ghazan and Arghun didn't see each other until Abaqa's attack on Qaraunas in 1279 where they briefly met.

  2. Ghazan was an earthbending master, fugitive, and member of the Red Lotus put into criminal custody under the Order of the White Lotus in 158 AG after participating in an attempt to kidnap Avatar Korra. He possessed the rare ability to lavabend. He eventually took his own life when faced with the...

  3. Maḥmūd Ghāzān, (born Nov. 5, 1271, Abaskun, Iran—died May 11, 1304), most prominent of the Il-Khans (subordinate khāns) to rule the Mongol dynasty in Iran. Reigning from 1295 to 1304, he is best known for the conversion of his state to Islām and his wars against Egypt. Early life.

  4. Ghazan is known in history as the first Great Mongol Khan who attempted to introduce administrative reforms in his empire and to rebuild Persia, Iraq and Central Asia after the devastations of the previous century.

  5. Maḥmūd Ghāzān, (born Nov. 5, 1271, Abaskun, Iran—died May 11, 1304), Most prominent leader of the Mongol Il-Khanid dynasty in Persia. In 1284 his father, the ruler Arghūn, made him viceroy of northeastern Persia, where he defended the frontier against the Chagatai Mongols. In 1295 he converted from Buddhism to Islam before taking the ...

  6. Ghaz'an breaths acid on all players in front of him. Acid Breath inflicts (100% of Spell power) Nature damage and an additional (10% of Spell power) Nature damage every 3 sec. for 20 sec.

  7. › view › Ghazan_KhanGhazan Khan - wikishia

    Ghazan Khan, son of Argun, son of Abqa, son of Hulagu, was the seventh Ilkhanid ruler and the first Mongol sultan, born in 670/1271-2 in Abskun, Mazandaran. He was the governor of Khorasanduring his father's reign. On Dhu l-Hijja 10, 694/October 21, 1295, after the reigns of Gaykhatu Khan and Baydu Khan, Ghazan Khan acceded to the throne[1].

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