|"The White Crown"|
Osiris, the great-grandson of Ra and child of Geb and Nut, is said to be next in line to inherit the leadership of the Egyptian pantheon. Some say that Osiris was the first pharaoh among the mortals, raised by Ra as an example of what the people could aspire to. Others dismiss that as bunk, insisting that Osiris gained divinity after being murdered by Set and then mummified by his wife, Isis. Regardless, Osiris has a keen interest in humanity, and with his wife, he works toward raising mortals to a higher level.
Osiris' chilly realm in Heliopolis is both above and below the ground, and former mortal kings can keep their memories of rulership to provide keen knowledge of the law. Undead walk freely in Memphiria, the City of the White Crown - at least as long as they are free of evil in their hearts.