Mandjet
Solarboat.jpg

Origin

Ra/Egyptian Solar path myth

Type

Reed Boat

Effects

Flies and emanates solar luminescence and power

Downsides

Incineration

Activation

Agents of Warehouse 2

Collected by

AxMu-888

Section

Tut-7361

Aisle

N/A; sits on floor

Date of Collection

Year 30 BC

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

The story of Ra states that after Ra retires to the solar bark, he sails upon it every day, preforming his duties as the sun during the day, before dying in the evening and passing into the Duat's River of Night.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

A papyrus pharaoh's barge with a single mast and a canopy in the center. At the stern is a with an oar. Beneath the canopy is an ancient throne built into the deck.

The stern also has large marks imprinted into the wood. These marks appear to refer to the myths of Khepri pushing the sun up at dawn.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The ship begins levitating at dawn, shining with light. As the sun gets higher in the sky, so too will the ship.

With the Khepra Amulet, Ra's Scepter, and Khnum's Ankh, the rider of the ship can command Ra's full powerset as a sun god.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Agents of Warehouse 2 collected this boat during the Roman invasion of Ancient Egypt, just as the culture began to collapse, along with Ra's other artifacts, which were on board. The figure himself was nowhere to be found, having seemingly vanished into thin air.

It was later transferred to Warehouse 13, where it resides safely while tied to a post to keep it from drifting off.

Neteru Collection
Divinity of Ra Ra's Solar BargeRa's ScepterKhepra AmuletKhnum's Ankh
Soul Statuettes Ba Ib Ren Ka Sheut
Mummification Processes Mask of AnubisAnubis Canopic Jar
Miscellaneous Book of ThothScales of Ma’atAnuket's NecklaceStaff of Set
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