Basic Information
Name Thoth
Other Names Unknown
Title(s) Unknown
Race Elder
Gender Male
Age (Circ. 2012) Unknown
Born Unknown; over 10,000 years ago
Created Unknown
Died Unknown
Historical Death Unknown
Died Unknown
Status (Circ. 2012) Unknown
Aura Color Unknown edit
Aura Scent Unknown edit
Relationships and Family
Master(s) Unknown
Servant(s) Unknown
Mentor Unknown
Allies/Associates Unknown
Enemies Unknown
Parents Unknown
Creator(s) Unknown
Sibling(s) Unknown
Partner(s) Unknown
Children Amenhotep (son)
Other Relatives Anubis and Aten (grandsons)
Bastet (daughter-in-law)
Tutankhamun (great-grandson)
Thoth was an Elder who was worshipped by the ancient Egyptians and was also one of the Great Elders and one of the Elders to raise Danu Talis from the seabed.  Thoth could be one of the eldest elders because if Marethyu saw him do it and he must have been old because he has vast powers and as we know Elders age very slowly so he maybe is as old or older as Marethyu. Thoth is the father of Amenhotep and grandfather of Anubis and Aten.

Early History

While Thoth never made an appearance in the series, it was stated by Aten that he was one of the Great Elders, who raised Danu Talis from the seabed using Elemental magic. Marethyu then agreed with him, saying that he saw him do it.

Powers & Abilities

Even though he never appeared in the series, Thoth's powers are implied to be very vast, as he is one of the Great Elders and was once worshipped as a God of Magic. He is also known as very knowledgeable and wise. He is also the god of time and with Khonsu (the god of the moon) he measures time.  He raised Danu Talis from the seabed using elemental magic and as the God of Magic, he is presumably a master of Time Magic.

Egyptian Mythology

In Egyptian mythology, Thoth was worshipped as the bird-headed god of knowledge, magic, time and wisdom. He also is stated to be a keeper of balance and order and is sometimes considered a minor god of the moon. The ancient Egyptians also belived he created writing, naming their medical texts, The Book of Thoth, after him.