In the story, he is a wild man raised by animals and ignorant of human society until he is bedded by Ishtar. Thereafter, a series of interactions with humans and human ways bring him closer to civilization, culminating in a wrestling match with Gilgamesh.
Though equal to Gilgamesh in strength and bearing, he acts in some ways as an antithesis to the warrior king. Enkidu then becomes the king's constant companion and deeply beloved friend, accompanying him on adventures until he is stricken with illness and dies. The deep, tragic loss of Enkidu profoundly inspires in Gilgamesh a quest to escape death by obtaining godly immortality.
Enkidu only appears in one location, the midway segment of Misty Forest Road. It is similar in appearance to The Creature, but carries a large segment of a pillar. Attached to this pillar is a White Dragon, which behaves the same as the normal enemy.
If Enkidu is destroyed first, it will die and get crushed by the pillar. The White Dragon will continue to attack as normal. While most White Dragons will drop Hearts upon defeat, this one will drop $10 coins.