The Persian Emissary was another emissary in 300 who was encountered by the Greeks building a huge stone-wall of stacked up dead, rotted bodies everywhere. The Achaemenid Emissary cracked his leather whip and brutally beaten his slaves and soldiers, screaming and hollering at them. But he was confronted by Stellios and his hand was disembodied when he jumped straight and quickly cut-off his arm as the slaughtered arm was seen briefly seen flying in midair. Then he fell over and crashed onto the collapsed throne. His further fate is unknown.