The Temple of Seti is the last 'town' in Egypt (Act II). Belonging to the city of Thebes, it is sometimes referred to as 'Thebes' in dialogues. You will enter the Temple of Seti from the south west, from the Thebes Outskirts.
To the north lies the exit to the Highland Pass, leading to the Valley of the Kings, where Imhotep sent you. To the west you'll find the Gate of Hatshepsut, which is 'locked by quest' and won't open, until you have progressed with the main quest, A Telkine in Egypt. Once you have defeated Aktaios, you'll find Imhotep standing next to the gate. Hand him the Cuneiform Tablet you obtained in the Tomb of Ramses to complete the current chapter of the main quest and to open the gate, leading to the Hatshepsut Path.
People in the Temple of Seti Edit
- Amen-nahte is a young priest standing near the entrance giving you the side quest The Corrupted Priest. He will tell you of the temple's head priest, Neb-Kemi, who became corrupted by the Telkine and wandered off into the desert. After defeating Neb-Kemi, return to Amen-nahte to get a reward.
- Imhotep appears next to the Gate of Hatshepsut after defeating Aktaios. Hand him the Cuneiform Tablet to complete the current chapter of the main quest and start the next one. Imhotep will also give you the Scepter of Eternity.
- Menna, Ti and Henen-ni-sut are citizens giving you some information about the Telkine. After defeating Aktaios, Menna gets an updated dialogue, telling you, that Imhotep has arrived.
- Hapuseneb is the local storyteller, giving you some background about the afterlife.
- Kyson - Blacksmith
- Abana - Arcanist
- Masaharta - Mystic
See also Edit
- Egypt (general information about Act II)
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