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Nut, the coverer of the Sky, is the embodiment of Night as Stars, the eternal light shining far above everything else. She is the hope in the darkness, but she is darkness nonetheless. She is also unattainable, forever distant, forever cold, yet inviting.

At the height of his power in the Neter, Atum Re was a strong ruler but he feared anyone taking his throne. When he discovered that Nut, daughter of Tefnut and Shu, was to have children, he was furious. He decreed, "Nut shall not give birth any day of the year." At that time, the year was only 360 days. Nut devised a plan with Atlas and Selene. One night, while Atum Re's influence was lessened, she used a powerful Astromancy ritual, using both the light of the moon and the energy of the stars in order to change the length of the year and add five days. Since these days were not part of the year, Nut could have her children. She had five children: Osiris, later ruler of the gods and then god of the dead, Heru-Ur, god of war, Set, god of evil and wastelands, Isis, goddess of magic, and Nephtys, goddess of the house. As soon as her children were born, Fate caught up to her and she turned into a Titan. When Ra found out, he was furious. He separated Nut from her husband Geb for eternity by banishing her in the depth of Nyx.

Separated from the rest of the Neter and most importantly her husband Geb since her turn to the Titans, Nut is forlorn and lonely. She uses her great power to shelter the Neter's Godrealm of Aunu, protecting her kin (which puts her directly at odds with Apep) but otherwise neutral in the War between the Gods and the Titans.