Nephthys (/ˈnɛfθɪs/ IPA) is the Egyptian goddess of funerary rites and snakes. She is one of the Nine Gods, ruling after the death of her brother and husband Set over the Naqada Galaxy.


Almost nothing is known about Nephythys. She is considered the weakest of the Nine Gods, ruling mostly because she is the widow of Set and the sister of Isis.

She attended two assemblies of the Nine Gods to discuss the continuation of divine rule in the Olympian Galaxy. [1] [2]


Despite being weaker than the other Nine Gods, Nephythys is still one of the most powerful gods in the Universe.

Immortality: Nephythys does not age; she has kept her current apparent age for billions of years.

Flight: Nephythys can lift her own body telekinetically. She can likely fly faster than light.

Invulnerability: By placing a mental lock on her molecular structure, Nephythys can prevent her body from being harmed.

Telekinesis: Nephythys can move objects with her mind.

Godlike strength: Nephythys is as strong as she thinks she is.

Godlike stamina: Nephythys doesn’t need to eat, drink or sleep.

Universal translator: Nephythys can understand any language instantly. People around her will have the same ability, but it will fade over time without prolonged contact.

Energy manipulation: Nephthys was shown to create thousands of snakes out of thin air.

Teleportation: Nephthys can teleport across galactic distances, reaching the Large Magellanic Cloud from the Naqada Galaxy despite the millions of light-years of distance.


She has a very unique way to pronounce words which contain the letter S, between hissing and a lisp

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