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Isis - Horus vs. Seth (Second Complaint)

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Horus vs. Seth (Second Complaint)

Case Description: After arriving on the Island in the Middle (see Horus vs. Seth, First Complaint), Isis is accused of transforming herself again, this time into a beautiful woman, to trick Seth into admitting he has usurped the throne that should go to the son of Isis and Osiris.

Case Status: Guilty as charged. However, because Seth incriminated himself by admitting his wrong, the case was dismissed because of Seth's admission of a greater crime. Isis was dismissed with a strong warning from the court not to trick desert gods ever again, for any reason.

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