I tell Enkidu all about the city. He has never been inside a city: perhaps he would be impressed?

But whatever humans do, nature does better. Gigantic city walls? Mountains are much bigger and stronger. Beautiful temples? They are ugly compared to the forests and horses and waterfalls. Enkidu says everything about nature is magnificent, but the city is ugly and small.

Should Gilgamesh taunt Enkidu, calling him a coward? Or send out prostitutes to weaken him through sex? Or show him the ease and comfort in a city, make him soft and weak? Or do something else?