Ammut was created by the sun god to punish the sinful by devouring them, making them die a second time. She was mixed with the most feared animals in ancient Egyptian times like a crocodile, a lion, and a hippo. When Anubis, the god of mummification weighs the heart of the deceased, Ammut waits for whether the heart is pure and light or heavy with sin. When the heart is light, the deceased can go to them afterlife. But if the heart is heavy, the deceased gets devoured by Ammut, unable to go to the afterlife. She is the most feared goddess in Egyptian Mythology.
Tales of Kemet:
Ammut is summoned by a witch named Ruby, who was being forced to summon by Alucarda. When Ruby summons Ammut, Alucarda and Ammut fight the party. After the fight, Alucarda is arrested and Ruby is set free. Ammut is knocked unconscious and taken to the Albiore II. Ammut wakes up and Mieu says she's hungry for meat. Regal Bryant makes her chicken soup and she is satisfied.
Appearance and Personality:
Ammut is a feisty and wild goddess. She has the head of a crocodile, the mane and torso of a lion, and the bottom of a hippo. Her exact personality is unknown. She doesn't talk in Tales of Kemet. Kaede thinks of her like a dog.
- Ammut is the most feared god in Ancient Egypt.
- Ammut is known as the Devourer of Sins in Egyptian Mythology.
- Ammut is usually seen with Anubis weighing hearts of the deceased, especially in the Book of the Dead.