"Common sense should be referred to as the 'sense formerly known as common.'"

Set is a god of mystery and many contradictions. The only thing that is agreed upon is that you don’t want to deal with him unless you have to. He’s best left out in the desert, alone.

Known to rip off the body parts of other gods, he can also be highly protective of them. Most Egyptian myths claim he is childless and incapable of procreation, but other myth tales list him as the father of Anubis and/or Thoth. His wife is usually listed as Nyphthys, but he is also linked with Anat, Astarte and Tawaret.

In the realm of the Dark-Hunters, he still holds his mystery and has a very interesting past. He is also the father of Bathymaas and Seth, and once threatened to tear down the entire Atlantean pantheon. Archon is not his pal. He’s also no friend of Apollo’s, but has been a known ally of both Apollymi and Menyara.

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I love how his profile says that his pet is Maahes... That's hilarious.

Dian, September 21, 2014

SPOILERS - i´m sorry but i need some answers I am really confused right now. In Dark Bites Set sounds like a good father, he cares about Bathymaas, but in the Guardian he is a total jerk when it comes to Seth. Why? Maybe I missed it but in the Guardian, i´ve thought Menyara said Set is dead.

Kristýna, August 4, 2014

    The answer is in Styxx and it's a spoiler.

    MB_Staff, August 4, 2014

are you Rezar?

megan meister, August 3, 2014

Incase any of you who are asking about Set and Seth and their issues, or other Gods...apparently there is a compilation book out called Dark Bites. I haven't read it yet, but from what I hear, it explains a lot.

Priscilla, June 17, 2014