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E is for Egypt


In Ancient Egyptian religion, Duamutef is one of the Four Sons of Horus and a protection god of the Canopic jars. Commonly he is said to be the son of the god Horus the Elder (Heru-ur) and a goddess of medicine and magic (either Isis or Serqet). There is another myth that describes Duamutef and his brothers as sons of Osiris. According to this myth they were born from a lily flower that arose from the primaeval ocean.

First Duamutef was represented as a human wrapped in mummy bandages. From the New Kingdom he is shown with the head of a jackal. In some cases his appearance is confused or exchanged with that of Qebehsenuef so he has the head of a falcon and Qebehsenuef has the head of a jackal.

Many MMOrphologists have noted the similarities between Wilmer Nirvana and Duamutef. The ability to harness the twin forces of protection and destruction. The magical power to transform “griefer tools” into a force for good. Yet no one knows how long such dark magics can be contained, nor what consequences might await should this alchemy one day fail.

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