Osum Bin Adden
Osum Bin Adden (~750 - present) was the notorious founder and leader of terrorist group Al-Gebra, responsible for torturing millions of students around the world,
Early Life[edit | edit source]
Time with GEO-Metri[edit | edit source]
In his teenage years, he travelled to Axis, Origin and joined GEO-Metri, a terrorist group founded in Greece that had been holding Arabia at compass-point for years. He proved himself able with both a stylus and a straight-edge, and rose to high leadership. However, he was not satisfied that their torture methods required 'total perfection' and that only two instruments were allowed.
Founding Al-Gebra[edit | edit source]
Osum Bin Adden, along with friend Oproduct Hex Timezen, formed Al-Gebra. Originally created as a part-time hobby of torturing students, it evolved into a full-time organisation. Students who fail tests are forced to eat large portions of poisonous cube root gruel.
The math-hating Mongols invaded the Transcendentid Caliphate around 1250 and Osum, along with Al-Gebra, was forced to go into hiding. During this time, he discovered the discordant series, often abbrevivated as DISCO. The horrifying sound of the series caused the collapse of the Mongol Empire.
Early Modern[edit | edit source]
In the 17th Century, Osum led Al-Gebra to a less violent turn and whispered mathematical secrets to mathematicians of the age. This led to spin-off terrorist organisations, such as Al-Culus and Topolo-ji.
Modern[edit | edit source]
Osum has led to the daily torture of millions of students worldwide and many atrocities. He was convicted of 1.29 billion counts of crimes against studentity in absentia. The British SAS ('Students against Studying') and the American CIA ('College Is Appalling') have made numerous failed attempts on his life. Osum currently resides in a dimensionally guarded complex in Mathistan.
9-ii Attacks[edit | edit source]
Osum Bin Adden is believed to be responsible for the 9-ii attacks, targeting imaginary buildings across America. The attack was executed with numbered planes and well-placed weapons of math distraction.