Rarely was aroma seen doing anything but being dominated by males in some form, whether Life events, together make up the journey that everyone begins when they are born. It also brings the story full-circle, perhaps an aesthetic choice to mirror the cyclical nature of life.
One might say when comparing animals to humans that they are cruder than humans; they live their life by instinct, they dont love, they dont strive to educate themselves and each other their overriding goal is to survive and make it through the day.
Anu decides to turn to the goddess of creation, Aruru whom makes an equal for Gilgamesh. It is in human nature for people to want to excel in life and strive to make a name in this world for themselves. In his quest Gilgamesh meets several people all who assign different routes to the next person he should speak to.
Both Gilgamesh and Rama kill monsters in the name of supporting what they believe in, but their beliefs are not always justified.