Swuth was an Egyptian, follower of the Sun god Aten. BEFORE THE WAR AGAINST SOMRAS: He was the leader of an Egyptian band of assassins who worshipped the Sun God Aten (Ra-Horakhty). DURING THE WAR AGAINST SOMRAS: According to King Daksha's plan, Swuth and 299 other assassins were brought ro Meluha in a merchant ship by Vidyumnali. Initially the custom's officer at Karachapa wanted to check the contents of the ship masquerading as cargo for cotton from Egypt, but relented on seeing Vidyumnali on the ship. The peace conference of Kanakhala was where the 299 assassins fought the 100 bodyguards of Sati. Grossly outnumbered, half of Sati's men were either dead or highly injured. Swuth watched from a distance as the events unfolded. Sati, a woman, a baby making machine put up the bravest fight he had ever seen. After having broight down Nandi, who he thought was the Neelkanth, he ordered Qa'a to torture Sati. She demanded a duel of Aten. Swuth cane forward to fight her after she had killed two of his assassins. As the fought, Swuth had increasing respect for Sati. No one before her, was enable to penetrate his circle of death. He took advantage of Sati's injury on the left side, predicting her moves and making her bleed profusely from her wounds. He finished the fight with a low, brutal jab hacking her abdomen, ripping her intenstines and slashing through her stomach, kidney and liver. He rammed his sword in harder till it pierced her shattered back and burst through the other side. Sati's continued attempts to hold her sword made him order his people to leave. He did not want a woman to be his final kill. As Sati tried to stand up, his heart knew it was the final kill. He pulled out his sword, meant to taste his final victim and pointed it at Sati's heart. Just then Meluhan arrows whizzed into Swuth's hand while another pierced his shoulder. His assassins started dragging him away as he kept struggling to break free. AFTER THE WAR AGAINST SOMRAS: Swuth had gone south to the source of Nile river to spend his life repenting the fact that he had not been able to execute his final kill with honour. He was marked by Sati's magnificence. Not knowing her name, he worshipped her as a nameless deity, as did her descendants after him. WEAPONS OF CHOICE: Two swords with curved blades, about two thirds of a regular sword. Their hilt was mostly made with uncovered metal. A knife. A sword meant for his final kill: Marked with the name of Aten and the devotee, Swuth.