- "Imhotep, Who's Imhotep? He is a Dark Priest that he is convinced his Walking Disease, a Plague of all Humanity, and Unholy Flesh Eater with all of ages, Power over the Sands, and The Glory of Invincibility."
- —The Artilleryman, about his High Priest
In the distant mists of antiquity, priest Imhotep committed two horrible blasphemies. First, he dared to love the Princess Anack-Su-Namun, forbidden to one of his station. Second, he stole the Scroll of Life and attempted to use it to resurrect his love. A powerful magician and influential member of ancient Egyptian society, his crimes were too serious to be ignored. He was sentenced to be buried along with his love, and there he lies for thousands of years, until resurrected himself, by foolish modern archaeologists in the twentieth century. Imhotep is motivated by a desire to reunite with his lost love, and uses all of his magical knowledge to attempt to bring the woman he believes is her reincarnated spirit under his power. A sympathetic monster of the classic tradition, his story has been remade several times, and the original 1932 film inspired a series of sequels in which the articulate and magically adept Imhotep was replaced by the mute, lumbering Kharis.
Before the Dawn of BlasphemyEdit
Imhotep was Ruled as a High Priest in Egypt and the Dark Lord to Wiped out Civilians by an Army of Anubis, and Undead Priests. Imhotep's Dawn of Blasphemy is Committed, which the Medjai Leader Ardeth Bay and his Troopers Defeated the Dark Priest and was Surrendered to the Custody by Other Medjai Forces.
Imhotep and Anack-Su-Namun and evil Armies where Exiled to Agony, and Precisely Doomed to the End. General Zod found the Dying Army to Revive them both and headed to the Planet, Around the Entire Nation.