What is your name?
My name is Amahté. It means “To have power over”.
I am a male.
I am Egyptian.
I believe in the great Deities.
Currently, I am 19 years of age.
Where were you born?
I was born near the Nile River to my late mother. My mother and my father were hiding near the Nile river, because at the time, my mother was pregnant. The baby was to be born within a quiet town, until it was thrown over and destroyed by the pharaoh. From then, my parents had hid themselves, conceiving me, and for the next five years, protected me, hoping that they could escape peacefully. However, that state of peace was interrupted by the pharaoh.
What about your parents—where are they, and are they alive?
My parents are no longer alive. They died when I was at the age of 5. When I was 5, my parents were taken into slavery, by the current pharaoh, but I did not know for when they died after that because they left me behind to stay safe, and fend for myself. However, when I was taken into slavery, I had asked the slaves around me about my parents, but they said they died as of two years ago for trying to escape.
When you were growing up, did you struggle, and if so, in what way?
From when my parents died at the age of 5, I went on struggling to live, and not be captured for slavery. I was able to remain safe from slavery and toil until the age of 7 when I was captured.
What year is it now?
The year right now is 3172 BC. The current pharaoh has us being slaves and building more and more for him. We are to build another pyramid under his name.
How would someone stereotype you at a glance?
Someone would naturally stereotype me as a slave within hold of the current pharaoh. I am one of the darker slaves, because I am outside, usually in the sun, doing work, or trying to take resources for the escape and freedom of my people.
Do you have a romantic partner? If so, whom?
As of now, I currently have no romantic partner. I have no time for such a relationship, I must tend to my people. Romantic partners during this time of slavery would be painful, for my one concern is that if I was to love someone specifically, if they were caught, I would not be able to be happy until they are free and also with my people and comrades.
Who is your best friend and what is he/she/it like?
My best friends name is Ahmirad. He is very loyal, and wants to help me free my people. We have known each other for 10 years, and we are inseparable.
How would your friend describe you?
Ahmirad would probably describe me as a silly individual, but brave and hardworking with a heart that goes to everyone.
What is your economic situation? What have you done for work?
The economic situation is terrible under the current pharaoh… I have no job. I am a slave to the pharaoh and am only able certain meals.
Would you steal?
If to help my people, then yes I would steal. So be it.
How do you feel about lying?
When it comes to lying, I will lie to anyone above me under the rule of the pharaoh or against me freeing the slaves, otherwise, I do not lie. I lie to my enemies. Not my comrades. I lie to protect, not to gain.
Can you be trusted by your friends?
I would hope that I am. I hope only for their well-being and not their downfall.
Do you have any other vices?
At the moment, I have no other vices, than freeing the slaves, and keeping everyone safe.
What makes you happy? What makes you sad?
What makes me happy is seeing my comrades in the notion of happiness. If my comrades and people are sad, I share their feelings in sadness.
What is the one secret that no one must know about you?
I have no secrets, for I must be true to all of my comrades.
Are you afraid to die?
I am scared to die, but if for my comrades or people, I will risk my life at any time.
Do you have any phobias?
I try to not be afraid of anything, I rather confront my fears and defeat them. The one thing in life that I cannot defeat is death. With this, I could say that my one phobia is death.
Are you quick tempered or patient?
I am patient as far as I may be knowledgeable about myself. Ahmirad may say otherwise.
Birthplace: Nile River, Egypt
Current Location: Slavery Location near Pyramids
Religion: Great Deities
Spoken Languages: English
Weight: 140 lbs.
Eye colour: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Amahté is an Egyptian man. He lives in a slavery camp near the pyramids in Egypt. Although he was never a bad person or even child, he was taken into slavery, and forced to work until he dies. At the age of 9, he met his best friend Ahmirad, which would eventually prove to be a person who is crucial to the plan that he is making in order to free all of his comrades and slaves to create a peaceful life. After the age of 10, he had started plotting an escape for all the slaves. Through sly tactics and help from his best friend Ahmirad, his collection of items for the escape has proceeded smoothly and safely. It has been 9 years, and Amahté feels that his chance to escape has finally arrived. Amahté could be the hero of the slaves and his people, if the plan succeeds so, then he will be, else he may die in the process.
Amahté is an admirable person. He is very patient and is very willing to plan well when it comes to certain outcomes. He is silly with his friend Ahmirad and is able to be himself naturally around him. When it comes to his comrades and his people, he is very caring and would never betray anyone. These traits lead him to be able to make comrades and close friends very quickly and also enable people to believe in him.
Although very patient and planning, he can be quite obvious with some movements, so with the help of Ahmirad, he is able to conceal movement, and make it more silent in order for the guards of the pharaoh, and the pharaoh himself. The obvious movement flaw is the only thing that may lead to his downfall. Because of this, it shows that he needs his friend Ahmirad in order to show his perfection to his plans and other efforts.
Personal History and Story Arc
Amahte was born near the Nile River in Egypt. His parents were escaping slavery and trying to hide around the time that he was born. The place in which the parents were escaping to and hiding, was a very poor town. Though saddening, they never lost hope in their child Amahte. At the age of five, the parents of Amahte were taken, and everything was in chaos, though Amahte was aware of his parents actions, even at such a young age. From his age of five, Amahte scavenged and survived for two years on his own, fending for himself, and overcoming his fears, up until the day he was captured and put into slavery.
Soon after becoming a slave, Amahte was distraught, but his feelings of freedom, love, and peace never escaped him. Two years passed, and he met his best friend Ahmirad. A year after this, he had planned to make an escape for the slaves. Such a valiant idea for such a young man, obviously the other slaves said he was a fool, but some believed in him and developed an admiration, for without it, some of their lives could not continue because of the strife.
As years pass, Amahte, with some help from Ahmirad continuously planned and made efforts to enable the escape of the slaves. Although very dangerous, they never lost hope. They continued making escape routes secretly, and taking weapons in order to defend themselves. These actions continued for 10 years..
Amahte is now 19, and plans to make the escape for all of the slaves. He is waiting for a few months for the escape...and his plan may be taken to fruition…
Defining Moment 1:
While carrying a plan out, one person could make a plan, but it takes a team to be able to accomplish it properly, or bring it to fruition. What Amahté did, is that he assembled a great force of strong willed, and loyal people into a group, made plans, and was able to get them all including himself to work, and make escape routes in which would make escaping easier. He then was able to free the slaves, in which did create a battle with the guards and the pharaoh. However, because of the people that he was able to assemble, he was able to free everyone properly and create peace, even under the current pharaoh.
Defining Moment 2:
Soon after being able to free the slaves, the people felt to elect Amahté to be the next pharaoh. With this, they all felt that the people would be safe from harm, considering his heart, resolve, and the want for freedom and peace that he had held onto all of his life. Ahmirad would be appointed to a high ranked guard of the pharaoh Amahté, and the other guards would be the people from the group that Amahté had initially made to help free all the slaves.