(Actual name unpronouncable by humans; This is what the Egyptians called him, and the name stuck)
Identifies as male and uses masculine pronouns.
In the current age, he appears as a young, white male of an unnassuming demenour. He tends to wear a dress shirt and tie, dress pants, and wire-rimmed glasses. Occassionally, he will wear a matching dress coat. His shoes are leather business shoes.
His demonic form is bestial, strongly remonicent of a canine though no specific type, including dagger like claws and oversized fangs. Massive in size, he stands well over ten feet tall. While in this form, his body ripples with thick muscle and his limbs become longer, equally equipped to carry him upright or on all fours. The jetblack fur that covers him is a stark contrast to his glowing red eyes. In all, his apperance is likely the source of any number of ancient, canine-associated myths, such as wolfmen and black hounds.
13.8 billion years, approximately; Or, just over 6,000, depending on who you ask. He largely doesn't care.
He has held the title of Wrath since it was created. Before that, he was counted among the general's of Lucifer's armies. The title of Wrath was given to him as a demotion. When it came time to name the horsemen who would ride out during the end of days, Set believed himself the obvious choice for War. Not only was he not named War, he was not made a rider of any of the horses. In blind fury, he cut a swath of destruction through the rank and file that lasted until Lucifer himself cast him into the deepest, darkest pit in Hell.
In truth, the title of Wrath was given to him as a punishment. A reminder that even the greatest warriors in hell were not above reprisal for foolish actions.
(again, make reasonable with the sin)
Likes and Dislikes
(again make reasonable)
Special Sin ability
Contrary to popular beliefe, his ability is not simply to inspire anger in others. Wrather, he has the ability to look into other people's pasts. Then, he can make people remember whatever events he wants them to remember, and can even alter the way people remember them. Most importantly, though, he can force people to hold onto the memories he creates, cementing them in their minds forever.
With practice, though, he has learned to use this ability to great effect. While he can generally dig up something within anyone that can get them upset, more careful administrations, over time, can accomplish so much more. To him, a sudden, violent outburst of rage is a failure. Instead, he looks to instill the seeds of loathing into his targets, aiming to turn the often overlooked and unnappreciated into gruesome serial killers and devastating terroists.
Work in progress. Expect spelling mistakes and unfinished sections.