Once on the battlefield, Ohan was merciless, regardless of his opponent. The force of his massive blade cleaved his enemies indiscriminately. Sprayed by the blood of the opposition, nothing -- neither pleas nor surrender -- could stop the knight in his relentless assault. He was seen as a disgrace to the very idea of knighthood. Yet, all the more because he was resented for his murderous tactics, in Ohan's eyes he was the one truly fit to be called a knight.
See Ohan the Ruthless.
Ohan is a masculine name of Armenian origin, a variant of English John; the meaning is "God is gracious".