The Day After Ragnarok
Leader of the Children of Set, a Serpent cult of great influence and malignity
He is mighty of stature and somber of mien. His leathery, wrinkled skin is the colour of stained teak. His eyes burn with inhuman emerald fire.
None can say when Djehuti-Yamun was born. British police records indicate he was active in the Egyptian fascist military underground during the War. Aleister Crowley’s diaries mention him as a
“visionary scholar” in Cairo in 1904. An Ottoman internal report describes a very similar figure as the deadliest thief in Alexandria—in 1822! Now, he makes his home somewhere in the Stygian darkness of the Ras al-Thuban swamps. From there, he directs the Children of Set, a Serpent cult of great influence and malignity. The Children of Set are active from Mombasa to Mandalay, with unknown ties to the Daughters of Dionin. Djehuti-Yamun is not averse to slaying other Serpent cultists, especially if they question his pre-eminence or otherwise interfere with his plans.
He seldom takes the field himself, preferring to work through sorcerous cut-outs, summoned monsters, or hordes of local cultists.