Scorpion King was a powerful and widely feared childe of the Setite Antediluvian.


The methuselah remembered as the Scorpion King was, according to Setite history, the first general of Set's armies. Rumored to have been a merciless tyrant in life, he had stood beside his sire in his war against Osiris, as well as in the war against Horus and the Osirian League.

He fell victim to the Week of the Midnight Sun in 3100 BCE. The loss of the Scorpion King and the aftereffects of the Midnight Sun weakened the Setites long enough that North Kingdom was able to reunite the two Kingdoms under one rule, with the Northern King Menes as the first Pharaoh of Upper and Lower Egypt.


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