Assyriaball was ancient countryball. Formerly stronk, he still lives on today in some form, but hasn't had clay to himself in thousands of years.
Assyriaball was the first powerful countryball. He emerged after the fall of Akkadianball, and at his peak ruled almost the entire Middle East. He conquered Ancient Egyptball, Neo-Hittiteball, and even made it out as far as Cyprusball. After his fall at the hands of Hordeballs from the north, his empire was killed by Kurdistanball's grandfather Mediaball. His descendants were ruled by various empires, and in more recent times have been sadly victimized by a dish called kebab. Later on he converted to Christianity. Ottomanball removed him at the same timeas it did to Armeniaball, and the two became friends even though Armenia's dad Urartuball was one of Assyriaball's biggest rivals.
Assyriaball's spirit was killed by barbarian savage kebab in 2015, when kebab destroyed Nimrudball and Ninevehball. If Assyriaball wasn't dead, it would summon the gods and suck out the genocidal spirits of jihadi savages, but Assyriaball watches as his children were unable to prevent the destruction of History. One day, Assyriaball may be revived, but not today. He is allied with Kurdistanball, who represents him in the modern world. ISIS also keeps on killing innocent Assyrianballs because they are Christian. He is a loyal fighter against ISIS, so loyal that Kurdistanball says Assyriaball is as stronk as he is.
There is of problems with Kurdistanball, they argue a lot about Barzani. But they try to get along at least somewhat. They still try to push one another. But they still focus on work. Like middle eastern Germans. But hairier. Both are much more hairier. And less blondes, and their weird languages.
Regardless other balls still want them to try to get along, and this will take alot of wörk.
Syriaball and Iraqball are his sons apparently, and he works with them against ISISball to save their land. Syriaball and Assyriaball get along greatly. He loves that his daughter is just as stronk as he and Phoenicia were, and that the fighting spirit runs in Syria! Oh yeah, and Iraq too.
Yeah. And Iraq too.
"No one can see death, no one can see the face of death, no one can hear the voice of death, yet there is savage death that snaps off mankind. For how long do we build a household? For how long do we seal a document? For how long do brothers share the inheritance? For how long is there to be jealousy in the land?" - Assyriaball, 2100 B.C