Ancient Egypt's lone wolf is top dog. Not only does he scout out Pharaoh's enemies, he also has keys to every door in the universe as the Opener of Ways. Wepwawet's the original jackal god in Egypt—even older than Anubis, though sometimes they're considered brothers or even the same god. We guess when you can be everywhere, you can also be everything?
Wepwawet (Apuat, Ophois)
Opener of the Ways, Who Separates Earth and Sky, Master Chief, More Powerful than the Gods, First Responder
Lycopolis (modern Assiut)
Work & Education
Trickster, Army scout
I learn on the road.
Ra is king
Family & Friends (& Enemies)
Maybe Ra and Nut, but we're not sure. I do know I was born at the temple of Wadjet. Some think I'm a son of Isis, but I'm a lot older than she is.
Revolution (You can still live without electricity. We did fine for thousands of years.) The A-Team (If you have a problem and no one else can help…) Pushing Daisies (I can't decide if this is a great gift or a terrible one. Ned can't either.) Cold Case (Someone has to find the truth, so the dead can rest.)
"The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving on." – Ulysses S. Grant
"If you have the opportunity to play this game of life, you need to appreciate every moment." – Kanye West
"Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing." – Helen Keller
"The guy who takes a chance, who walks the line between the known and the unknown, who is unafraid of failure, will succeed." – Gordon Parks
Papa's Got a Brand New Bag by James Brown (I'm the hardest-working god in Egypt. And James Brown is the best.) Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin (She had a great voice, especially for road trip stories.) You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon (Streets in strange worlds are the most interesting streets.) Hoochie Coochie Man by Muddy Waters (I got all kinds of magic in my bag. And this is a great song. I also really like the Buddy Guy version.) Dancing in the Street by Martha and the Vandellas (Is it fun, or is it revolution? Revolutions can be fun…) Primo Victoria by Sabaton (The story of D-Day told in heavy metal? Oh yeah.) You Got to Move by Mississippi Fred McDowell (I dig the blues. Bet you've heard the Rolling Stones version of this song, but not the original!)