Seeing Set on here is nothing new. Assassin, mages i think a warrior concept was even suggested but I'm going with the rarely visionized Set guardian concept with some new never before seen abilities!
Design: http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_small/0/77/1898975-set_by_el_grimlock.jpg (not mine, just the best visual i could fine)
Basically a bigger, buffer more intense anubis. With sand constantly flowing off him. Almost like he's made of sand! His torso would be bare but he'd wear a cloth kilt that reaches the ground and looks like it's merging with the sand.
HP: 580 (+95)
Attack chain: two basic swings of his sword and the 3rd swing is a projectile of sand that when hits a target will slow them for 50% of Sets passive (see passive for slow %).
Sets 3rd basic hit will slow for 50% of whatever Set has on his passive. So 5/10/15% slow for 1.5s
Creators note: kinda like a reverse Ra passive. Great for sticking to enemies but very costly for Set to keep up, especially early game.
Eye of Set: Set flings a ball of sand at his opponent doing damage to them. Set's eye forms over the target turning the opponent into a mobile ward for 15 seconds. After 15 seconds the eye will explode doing damage again.
Set can also detonate this ability early within 2s of hitting his opponent doing 50% less damage but Disabling the target. Any God who is disabled cannot use any items or relics for 5s including purification.
Damage: 50/90/130/170/210+40% of your magical power
Detonate damage: 25/45/60/85/105 +40% of your magical power
Cool down: 15s
Creators note: Disable can be purified from abilities and by triggering beads prior to the effect. I figured with the relics and new 750 items, a cc that prevents these and only these would make sense. It can be very powerful to take away someone's beads or relic for 5 seconds! While getting vision on someone is very interesting!
This ability also passes through minions as potential wave clear.
Sand shield: set summons his sands to form a shield in front of him gaining damage mitigation from all attacks for 4s. If Set is hit by any enemy line projectile ability he will reflect the ability back at the enemy doing full damage to any gods hit. Set cannot block anything if he is not facing the attack.... keep reading on reddit ➡
I can't remember the author.
If you analyze the poem it's about love, or a marriage.
One of them dies during the winter (or they just end their relationship)
They carve their names in ice. Ice melts away pretty fast.
They write their names in the sand. Sand blows away.
They carve their names in a three. Lasts longer, but eventually rots.
Stone last forever.
The border guard searched the bags every time, but never found anything, so he had to let him through. The guard has his last day at work before retiring and the guy comes to the border again, carrying his two bags of sand. The guard says "look, man, it's my last day, I'm not going to bust you. You're clearly smuggling something across the border all this time but we never find anything, what is it.". The guy says "I'm smuggling motorcycles"
I mean, it would make sense, right? Phoenixes can't truly 'die', only burn up and be reborn, therefore making them beings unbound by time. What're your thoughts?
I can’t really see anything in my initial research of the question, other than dropping of charges after his death. How did the US justify the extrajudicial killing under the conventions of war, bc last I read it Pakistan wasn’t exactly aware of the op in the compound in Abbottabad (spelling?) until afterward. Was there a death warrant prior to the SEAL operation? How does that process work in international law when someone is charged with war crimes and sentenced to what essentially amounts to summary execution without a trial.
I get that he’s not a citizen, but where does the US typically draw the lines with this sort of thing? Can US citizens abroad be subject to similar forms of summary execution? Is there a definitive line whereby the CIA can mark you for death without legal repercussions in terms of due process? Where is that line?
It’s something I’ve been wondering about personally but I don’t think I’m smart enough to even know where to begin educating myself on the inner machinations of the US government and how it determines who gets what rights and when. By no means am I advocating that UBL should have gotten a trial, but I just wonder where the extrajudicial or extraterritorial lines are in terms of summary executions of enemies of the state. What if they’re US citizens? Do the rules change, legally speaking? Do US citizens who engage in foreign or domestic terrorism still have a right to due process? Where does the government draw the line whereby summary execution is acceptable legally?