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Biographical Information
Age Unknown
  • The Devourer of Corpses
  • The Soul Eater
Physical Description
SpeciesBeast (Dragon/Crocodile/Lion/Hippo hybrid)
  • Fur, scales, skin:
  • Eyes: Red w/ yellow irises
  • Horns
  • Spikes running down back
Political Alignment and Abilities
Alignment Chaotic Neutral
  • High physical strength
  • High stamina
  • Able to shrug off most physical attacks
  • Pyromancy
  • Geomancy
  • Spectramancy
  • Advanced Element Magma
  • Advanced Element Onyx
Other Information
American V.A.
Japanese V.A.
Theme Song(s)
Appearances Roleplay:The Wheels of Fate
Original Creator Ryushusupercat (based on Egyptian myth)

Ahemait is a monstrous beast that lives directly beyond the portal to the Putriverse. Despite her violent personality, she is no more good, or evil, than Karakal. She is nicknamed "The Devourer of Corpses" because her lair is littered with the countless skeletons and bodies of those who failed to get past her.

Ahemait spends a fair amount of her time sleeping, so it is possible to sneak past her and continue on through the Putriverse.

Just don't wake her up.

Physical Description

Ahemait has the head of a crocodile-dragon hybrid, with long, curling horns and red eyes with yellow irises. She has the upper body of a lion and the hind quarters of a hippopotamus, with spikes running down her back.



Ahemait's strength is incredible; her jaws can crush steel and her bulk shrugs off most physical attacks. She can also use the elements of Fire, Earth and Darkness, as well as the Advanced Elements of Onyx, which is the Earth/Darkness combo, and Magma, the Fire/Earth combo.


She is very slow, and can easily be distracted. Her quick temper often causes her to lash out at anything that gets too close to her, regardless of who or what it is.


Ahemait does not seem to recognize the difference between good and evil; anyone who steps into her lair runs the risk of being eaten. She is also highly persistent, and will only stop chasing intruders once they exit her lair.


She is heavily based upon the Egyptian goddess of the same name; her role was to devour the hearts of the impure, damning their souls to eternal unrest.

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