The Ghods


The known worlds were created by the ancient ghods for their amusement.
These mysterious ghods and their decendants still watch over all the lands, occasionally taking physical form to walk among the lesser beings.


Amber is a ghoddess who, it is claimed by some, walked the earth for a time as a mortal. The Amber Stairwell and Amber River in Leng are named after her.

Note: Believed to be named after Amber who worked in loksupport at

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Anubis is a ghod of the dead, known as a protector of the deceased and their tombs, and associated with the process of mummification. Anubis has the body of a man with the head of a jackal, and he carries a flail and a feather. Anubis determines the worthiness of the deceased to enter the realm of the dead. Anubis is the illegitimate son of Osiris and Nephthys, sister of Isis

Intestines Quest

Speak with Anubis to initiate the Intestines Quest.

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Ghoddess of Wisdom

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Ghod of the sky. Son of Isis and Osiris. A war ghod, Horus has the body of a man with the head of a falcon. After Set killed Osiris, Horus had many battles with Set which lasted over 80 years. In the struggle, Horus' left eye was gouged out and Set lost a testicle. Ultimately Horus won with some help of the other ghods.

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Ghod of medicine and healing. Imhotep was once mortal, and a high priest of the sun ghod Ra. Even in his mortal years, Imhotep was a great healer and scholar. Today he is considered the father of medicine. The exact details of how Imhotep became a ghod are unknown.

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Ghoddess of rebirth and reincarnation, and a protector of the dead. Mother of Horus. Sister and wife of Osiris. She used her magical abilities to resurrect Osiris after he had been murdered by Set and his body parts strewn about the earth. Her name means "she of the throne". Isis has great magical powers especially those of protection and healing. Isis, along with her sister, Nephthys, are often depicted on coffins, with wings outstretched, as protectors against evil.

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A lesser war ghod who stands guard over the city of the dead. Often depicted as a wolf, having grey or white fur, or as a soldier, Khenty carries a mace and a bow. He is known as an opener of ways and thus as the locksmith.

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Water Ghod, the moulder and creator of the human body.


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Known as "He Who is Beautiful", Nefertem is associated with the blue lotus. Once a ghod of the creater aspect of Ra, he is know known as the ghod of perfume and luck.

Sekhmet is a daughter of Ra, and is a destroyer, and Nefertem is the creator aspect of Ra, and thus Sekhmet and Nefertem may be considered siblings.

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A ghoddess of war and of hunting. It is said that she shoots arrows at any evil spirits who attack the canopic jar that stores the stomach of the deceased. Wife of Set and mother of Sobek

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Nehebku is responsible for binding two of the five aspects of the soul after death, Ba and Ka. Nehebku is also said to be one of the warriors who protect Ra whilst he is in the underworld. He is also thought to have some power over poisonous bites.

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Ghod of the Afterlife, Merciful Judge of the Dead, and Granter of all Life. Brother and husband of Isis. King in the land of the dead. Horus is his posthumously begotten son, and Anubis is his illegitimate son. Osiris wears an Atef crown, and carries a crook and flail.

Stomach Quest

Speak with Osiris to initiate the Stomach Quest.


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Ptah called creation into being. He is considered the ghod of craftsmen, and in particular stone-based crafts. Ptah is also a ghod of reincarnation. Ptah carries an ankh and a staff.


Kephri is a ghod associated with rebirth, renewal, and resurrection. Often depicted as a scarab.

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Ghod of the Sun. Ra is reborn each morning, ages throughout the day and reaches old age by nightfall. It is assumed that this aging process is why he allows Osiris or Horus to rule in his place. Ra travels through the underworld every night.


Re.Harakhti is a ghod of hope and rebirth.

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The deification of the act of separating the soul from the body after death. Patron ghod of jewellers, armourers, and other metal workers. A ghod involved in starting the process of reincarnation.

Seker is the first ghod encountered in the underworld.

Seker's Realm

Legends say that Seker's domain, which he rarely visited, resides in the ever-shifting sands outside Memphis, and is reserved for the wicked, and is shrouded in impenetrable blackness. It is populated with terrible serpents and other reptiles of "terrifying aspect". These creatures sometimes had two, or even three heads.

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Warrior ghoddess with the body of a woman and the head of a lioness. Sekhmet is dressed in red. Sekhmet's bloodlust once nearly destroyed all of mankind, but Ra tricked her into drinking a mixture of beer and juice which resembled blood and made her so drunk that she gave up the slaughter. An annual festival of extreme drunkenness is still celebrated to this day in her honor.

Sekhmet is a daughter of Ra, and is a destroyer, and Nefertem is the creator aspect of Ra, and thus Sekhmet and Nefertem may be considered siblings.


Ghod of the desert, storms, darkness, and chaos. Brother of Osiris and Isis. Husband of Neith and father of Sobek. Champion and savior of Ra.


The Ghod of the River. A deification of crocodiles. It was Sobek who first came out of the waters of chaos to create the world. It is believed he is a repairer of evil that has been done, rather than a force for good in itself. For example, in the underworld, he restores damage done to the dead as a result of their form of death. Son of Set and Neith.


The Ghod of Equilibrium and Arbiter of Ghodly Disputes. Thoth serves as a mediating power, especially between good and evil, making sure neither has a decisive victory over the other. He is a ghod of wisdom and magic, and the true author of every work of every branch of knowledge, human and divine. Scribe of the ghods and inventor of writing. Master of both physical and moral law. He is heavily associated with the arts of magic, the system of writing, the development of science, and the judgment of the dead. He is said to direct the motions of the heavenly bodies. His power is unlimited in the Underworld and rivals that of Ra and Osiris.


Son of Thoth. The magician.

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Ghoddess of Joy. Tiy was once a great queen beloved by all.

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