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- This person's birth name is a Yurkish name. Gheoghsansòn is a patronymic, not a family name, this person is referred to by the given name Nek in contexts using the birth name.
|Falseousian Supervisor Olkov Armiv|
|Chronological and political information|
Nek Eayian Ergert Gheoghsansòn, who later on would rename himself to the much more common name Olkov James George Armiv or Tai Vang (the name intended for translation into all kinds of languages) was a Yurkish leader and citizen. Vanalker considers him to be the most important character in the Falseousian story.
He was the last styrningsmannen of Vabam from 1998 to 2018. In 1986, when Rsoa Jursi held the post, Armiv did the name change of Vabam from Vebim.
Before and after his lifetime, he was/is in a natural form.
Olkov Armiv had mostly Yurkish Russian-Bulgarian ancestry, but also Yurkish Arabic ancestry (his grandparents and vëseisjzn).
He also had a brother, Alkov Armiv (1966-2011).
Armiv became extremely disheartened when his relatives passed away yet could hold himself up.
However, he knew he wouldn't be able to hold up for too long.
Avicii's passing on April 20, 2018, though, disheartened Armiv to the point he got a heart failure. At 8:10:15 PM FTC±0, the (once) Yurkish leader passed away at the age of 51. He had played in Vabam Slices for 30 years. 25 minutes later came the announcement regarding his passing.
He could send out clones of himself, and let the clones do a job the real Olkov Armiv would not be able to do at the requested time.
Olkov Armiv could teleport from a location to another (in just some milliseconds), and also do some otherwise impossible things, like standing in the air as long as he wanted without falling down.
Olkov was always equipped with a white lightsaber in case he needed it.
Apart from Yurkish (and other Falseouian languages), English and Swedish, he could talk any language, including animal speech and so on...