However, war was not new to the gods--no, war was a very familiar aspect that always seemed to come around Time and Time again.
Horus The Elder was particularly close to what war brought, for he had too fought and fought continuously. Against who, you might ask? Why, Horus The Elder always fought his brother Set, and every single time, Horus The Elder won.
Set would not give up, however, and would always engulf himself in a storm of rage. This was because Set had always been jealous of his brother Osiris, the rightful King to the Throne.
Horus, the embodiment of order, would always try to keep the kingdom together, but Set would always challenge him and embrace chaos that would always engulf Horus and test him.
Horus The Elder and Set would be stuck in a everlasting battle, with no opportune proof that the fight would end.
And still, every single time, Horus The Elder came out victorious.
Even at one point in Time when Set tore Horus' eye.
It was one day that Horus found out what Set had done to Osiris, which angered the God of Order.
Set had tricked Osiris, brought him a gift to a dinner he made in his honour.
Set had built a sarcophagus that would only fit Osiris, and had everyone at the dinner try it, until it was Osiris' turn, and once Osiris positioned himself inside of it,
Set had his followers nail the sarcophagus shut, caging Osiris--trapping him with no promise of escape.
It was then that Set had his followers throw the sarcophagus far into the river Nile, and as the current swallowed Osiris, the current also destroyed him.
Isis made it her mission to find the sarcophagus, and after retrieving it, found that Osiris' corpse had drowned and been torn to pieces. Pieces which scattered throughout the river.
Horus The Elder, in a fit of anger swore to end the battle with Set once and for all.
However, Horus needed help. Horus needed to call upon other gods to assist in the defeat of Set.
And this battle...would be the battle to end all wars.
Or so Horus The Elder hoped.