Reign of Pharaohs
Sebti the Crocodile
High Priestess of the Grand Mausoleum in Wati
Sebti seems surprisingly young to hold such a distinguished position, but she has a confident air of authority.
Sebti rose to power from the common rabble. Daughter of the previous keeper of Pharasma’s sacred crocodiles, she is largely self-educated. Preaching a doctrine of personal fulfillment rather than happiness, wealth or achievement, Sebti invariably sides with the common citizenry on government matters, making her popular with the general population but loathed by the noble-born and city council alike. It is no secret that the Church of Pharasma and the current Pharaoh, Khemet III, do not see eye-to-eye on certain things, such as the opening of Osirion’s ancient tombs and burial sites to foreign explorers.