Set is the god of death who was worshiped by the ancient Egyptians. He is a dark and emaciated demonic deity of the Underworld with dominion over the souls of the dead and the damned alike and possibly demons and other hellish creatures. It was Set whom Ahmanet invoked through a ritual blood sacrifice in order to summon the forces of darkness from the Underworld into the living world and subsequently transform herself into a powerful necromancer with inhuman powers and appetites as well as the strength to usurp her treacherous father and brother to take Egypt's throne for herself.
Dark Divinity: As the god of death, Set's very presence is shown to enact darkness into any environment he may walk into. Similar to Ahmanet, his powers seem to be rooted in necromancy as even a flock of sacrificed crows are seen to reanimate; flapping their wings and cawing in alarm at his approach. Being a god of the Underworld as well as the divine embodiment of death, Set's powers and even his very being are of close affiliation with the forces of evil as it was Ahmanet's Faustian blood pact with him that transformed her and unleashed Hell's darkness into Creation.