Seth is a tough god. So tough, in fact, that people sometimes mistake him for an evil god. Does he care? Not really. Think what you want as long as you stay out of his way. Seth's job is to keep the universe from getting lazy, and he's good at pushing things. While some gods avoid him because he can be a real jerk, Seth's strength keeps Ra's boat moving, and Seth saves the sun from destruction by Apophis every morning—so we have to thank him at least a little.
Seth (Set, Sutekh)
Son of Nut, Great of Strength in the Boat of Millions of Years, Clifford, The Loyal Opposition, The Red Lord, Lord of Storms, Big Red
Out in the desert or on Ra's boat
God of confusion, masculine power/strength, violence, storms, and deserts
I prefer learning things the hard way.
Whatever you believe in, I believe in the opposite. On purpose.
Ra, Thoth, Bast, Horus the Elder, and my family. When they aren't mad at me, anyway.
Apophis, eternal enemy and serpent of chaos, is my traditional enemy.
It's complicated with Nephthys, Neith, Astarte, and Anath
Women, mostly, but Horus the Younger's pretty handsome….
"The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth."
Blitzkrieg Bop by The Ramones
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