While he can attack and does decent damage to myth units, he is more useful for his ability to heal.
Many tales are told in Egypt of Setna, the son of Ramses the Great, who is the wisest of all scribes. Tales are also told of his son Se-Osiris - 'The Gift of Osiris' - the wonderful child who, at the age of 12, was the greatest magician Egypt had ever known.
- Originally Setna was going to be a generic hero for the Egyptians, and wielded a sword instead of using his staff, during later development of Age of Mythology Setna stayed under the same appearance but due to design choices, this was changed due to his priesthood.
- While called Setna, his actual name was Khaemweset meaning "He who appears/appeared in Thebes"
|Heroes in Age of Mythology|
|Age of Mythology|
|Heroes||Agamemnon · Ajax · Amanra · Arkantos · Brokk · Chiron · Eitri · Odysseus · Reginleif · Setna|
|Antagonists||Circe · Gargarensis · Kamos · Kemsyt · Skult · Theris|
|Supporting characters||Athena · Greta Forkbeard · Kastor · Niordsir · Old Man · Osiris · Theocrat · Zethos|
|Heroes||Ajax · Amanra · Folstag · Gaia · Kastor · Son of Osiris|
|Antagonists||Melagius · Kronos · Prometheus · Servant of Kronos|
|Supporting characters||Arkantos · Atlantean Commander · Krios · Zeno|
|Tale of the Dragon|
|Heroes||Jiao-Long · Shun · Zhi|
|Antagonists||Danzhu · Yama|
|Supporting characters||Ao Kuang · Dilong · Emperor Yao · Pangu · Vermilion Bird|