Welcome to another part of "Abandoned Oblivion Stories".
While the first one was supposed to be comical, this one was supposed to be dark and serious.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Sekhmet, the Egyptian Goddess of War and Destruction, and considered one of the oldest vampires in mythology. In Egyptian mythology, she was usually presented as a goddess with the head of a lion. Considering Egyptian gods in "Hellsing" look like animals based on Sett, I figured she would probably look like a lioness.
Her name means "power", "might", "powerful one" etc. She was also called the "force against which no other force avails". She was a fierce and powerful deity who also enjoyed drinking blood (hence why some people connect her to vampires). She was supposed to represent the destructive force of the sun (how ironic XD). According to various sources her breath was the hot desert wind, her body took on the glare of the midday sun, she could fire (presumably flaming) arrows, she could cause plagues and heal people, she could destroy both your body and soul etc.
I used these myths and abilities and decided to be creative with the "Oblivion" version of Sekhmet.
Her abilities included, but were not limited to:
- she is the size of Baobhan Castle,
- her body is as hot as the surface of the sun and she generates heat like the sun wreaking havoc on her surroundings and climate (she can destroy a massive area around her literally by just standing still),
- she can shoot swarms oh powerful flaming arrows from her body,
- she causes plague and spreads it in a wide diameter from herself enabling it to travel by wind,
- she can breathe flames as hot as the sun,
- she can shapeshift into different forms, such as becoming intangible by turning into a mass of sunlight and moving at literally the speed of light,
- she can permanently destroy souls in massive numbers which makes her a threat even to Alucard and Schroedinger.
Needless to say, she was supposed to be by far the most powerful entity in "Oblivion", well above Alucard at his absolute best, to the point that not even Steroid Anderson would be able to beat her (he wasn't supposed to appear in the story, I am just giving a comparison): fireheart1001.deviantart.com/a…
Just like Sett, she can be summoned and fused with the summoner. Unlike Sett, Sekhmet comes with a price. She is too powerful, so there is a time limit for how long she can be controlled. When the time is up, she returns to her own realm and the summoner's body and soul are permanently destroyed.
The story was about Incognito becoming so angry and obsessed with killing his enemies that he considered using her. Whether or not he actually did it is a mystery.
Character, idea and artwork (c) to me
AOS - Birthday present: fireheart1001.deviantart.com/a…
AOS - Sekhmet: