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The title of this article is conjecture. Although canon, no official name for the subject of this article has been given.
The champion of Isfet was the role played by a combatant in the main event of the Festival of Sekhmet, held in the Temple of Sekhmet of Yamu, Egypt, during the 1st century BCE.
The event depicted the fight between the lion-goddess Sekhmet and her nemesis, Isfet.
According to the High Priest's narration, if the audience's hearts were marred by malice, Isfet would win, and condemn their village "to a hundred seasons of darkness."