|Titles|| The Ruby Prince|
|Images of Khemet III|
Source: Inner Sea Magic, pg(s). 6
The prince is not quite middle-aged, with brown eyes in a still-boyish face; some speculate his youthful appearance is the consequence of drinking the sun orchid elixir. He cultivates the weak, malleable image his apparent youth inspires.
In 4707 AR, Khemet III instituted a radical new policy for the nation, when he began to open Osirion's many ancient tombs to explorers from throughout the Inner Sea region. He understood that foreign adventurers who traveled there would most likely sell any artifacts they found to local markets in order to make an immediate profit, which in turn would provide a valuable boost to the Osirian economy.
Nazmi, a celestial gynosphinx servant of Abadar, advises the prince, who allows the Council of Sun and Sky to manage most of the mundane government functions while he manages the byzantine elemental and planar pacts that underlie Osirion's independence.
The prince bears two unusual wondrous items as the rightful heir of the Dynasty of the Forthbringers: the Crook of the Ancient Serpent as his rod of office, and the Ruby circlet beneath his pharaonic headpiece, which allows him to communicate with his invisible fire elemental advisor Janhelia. Visitors to court often pay to have an endure elements spell cast upon them, in case they find themselves in Janhelia's vicinity.
A powerful summoner, the Ruby Prince has negotiated agreements with genies of air, water, and fire, as well as the angelic and fiendish servants of several gods. Some observers fear that Khemet III is too embroiled in the politics of the elementals of the desert, and mutter darkly that such entanglements always end badly for mortals.
- Jason Eric Nelson & Todd Stewart. (2008). Osirion, Land of Pharaohs, p. 30. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-144-2
- James Jacobs et al. (2011). The Inner Sea World Guide, p. 147. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-269-2
- Adam Daigle and Rob McCreary. (2014). Mummy's Mask Player's Guide, p. 3. Paizo Inc.
- James Jacobs et al. (2011). The Inner Sea World Guide, p. 147,148. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-269-2
- Jason Eric Nelson & Todd Stewart. (2008). Osirion, Land of Pharaohs, p. 20. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-144-2