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Temple of Seti

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1 - Amen-nahte

Amen-nahte (#1) will trigger the side quest "The Corrupted Priest." He'll tell you how the temple's high priest Neb-kemi attempted to confront the Telkine when it passed through, but that the Telkine corrupted him, transforming him into a creature of evil.

You'll find Neb-kemi in the small tomb east of the temple (#1a). He's an orange boss, so you shouldn't have much trouble killing him. After the battle, when you return to Amen-nahte, you'll receive 15,000 experience points and a random magical weapon.


2 - Hapuseneb

Hapuseneb is a storyteller. He'll describe to you what happens when people die, and why a proper burial is required.


3 - Imhotep

Imhotep will appear here after you've acquired the cuneiform tablet from the Tomb of Ramses. He'll decipher the tablet and discover that the Telkines are after an ancient artifact called the Sickle of Kronos, located in the Temple of Marduk in Babylon, and he'll recommend that you head to the Orient without delay. To that end, he'll open up the northern gate of the temple (Exit C), and he'll give you the Staff of Eternity, which you can use to unlock a magic portal inside the Temple of Hatshepsut. The conversation will also net you 12,000 experience points and 2 skill points.

"You defeated the Telkine? Excellent! Perhaps there is hope yet."


Exits:

A Gate to the Upper Nile.
B Path to the Valley of the Kings.
C Gate of Hatshepsut. The gate leads to Hatshepsut Path. You won't be able to go through the gate until you've completed the main quest "A Telkine in Egypt."


Other People and Places of Interest:

EEnchanter (IT)
FRebirth Fountain
MMerchant
PPortal
SShrine
VCaravan Driver (IT)
YMystic
$Treasure Container