Study Guide

So Horny

Along with Banebdjed the ram-headed god of Egypt, the gods and goddesses in this clique all have animal forms with one or more horns. (Shame on you! What did you think we meant?)

Pan (Faunus)

When he’s not out frolicking around the forest, the Roman satyr, Pan, often joins Banebdjed in after-school activities. We’re not entirely sure what these activities entail, but they’d probably end up in somebody getting suspended if news got out.

Loki

We’re fairly certain that Loki himself isn’t a horned god, but the Norse often show him wearing some sort of horned hat or helmet. Then again, he is a shapeshifter, so he can appear any way he pleases—and at least some of those forms have horns.

Asterion the Minotaur

When King Minos lets him out of the labyrinth (and believe us, that’s not very often), Asterion likes to hang out with the other horned gods. He has an excellent poker face on that bull’s head of his. Banebdjed mentioned the labyrinth to his (hornless) buddy Sobek one night, and now Sobek’s building his own labyrinth in Egypt.