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Qeneb.too Kah'Aiye 6

The main chamber

Qeneb.too Kah'Aiye is an Isu complex that lies deep within the Desheret Desert in Egypt. Almost entirely buried by the sands, the exposed sections of the complex form a canyon among the dunes.

Around 48 BCE, the vault was visited by the Medjay Bayek of Siwa, who activated the vault's pedestal and witnessed a recording made by the Seth Anath messenger. Dated one hundred and five days after the Great Catastrophe, the message displayed was intended for Layla Hassan, who was reliving Bayek's memories in 2017.[1]

Circa 38 BCE, a traveller looking for treasure removed an artifact from the Desheret Desert complex, which activated the complex and created illusions of undead soldiers. Bayek investigated the area upon hearing rumors of strange lights in the desert, and fought through the illusions. At the traveller's behest, the Medjay-turned-Hidden One sought to recover the artifact from the traveller's camel, which had run off. After finding the artifact and fighting through yet more illusions, Bayek returned the artifact, but was ambushed by more undead soldiers.[1]


  • Qeneb.too Kah'Aiye is a romanised version of the Egyptian ( (qAh'iy), roughly meaning Subjugate them bend to our will.[2]




  1. 1.0 1.1 Assassin's Creed: Origins
  2. Markuz, Sorrosyss, Hephaestus (2 February 2018). A Gaze into the Nexus: The Coded Language of the Isu. Access the Animus. Retrieved on June 3, 2018.