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This is the original depiction of Seto Kaibaas created by Kazuki Takahashi. Kaiba is a rival of Yugi Mutou and Dark Yugi. He was first introduced as a prodigious, cold-hearted gamer who stopped at nothing to achieve his goals, even resorting to seemingly killing his opponents.
He is also Mokuba's older brother and the current majority shareholder and CEO of his own multi-national gaming company, KaibaCorpand aims to become the world's greatest player of Duel Monsters.
Following his second Duel with Yugi, he was left in a coma, where he reconstructed his heart and emerged less evil. Since then, he retains his arrogance, but shares compassion for his younger brother, Mokuba.
He is homologous to the ancient Egyptian Priest, Seto. Contents Design Conception Seto Kaiba is based on a collectible card games player whom a friend of Kazuki Takahashi met.
Takahashi's friend asked this person to teach him how to play a card game, but he replied "Hmph! Come back when you've collected 10, cards". The story made Takahashi mad, but he then thought the player would make a good character.
He also reconstructed Kaiba to make him a semi-lead character and rival to Yugi. However, the comparison between Seto Kaiba and the deity Set goes beyond the name. In ancient Egyptian religion, Set shares a well-documented and violent rivalry with his relative Horus for the Kingship of Egypt.
In Egyptian mythology, Horus is also known as the god of sun and protection while Set is known to be the god of war and chaos.
During their conflict, while Horus is seen as a wise and a lawful god, Set is often depicted as extreme, violent and deceitful, who will stop at nothing to achieve his ends, a behavior that can be paralleled to Seto's.
Set is also often drawn with was-scepter. This scepter had the power to control the darkness and was the symbol of dominion over things and individuals. Such a scepter can be related to the Millennium Rod carried by Priest Seto.
This popular Egyptian rivality and Seth's personality may have been a strong inspiration for Seto Kaiba's conception. Appearance Seto Kaiba has brown hair, blue eyes and a slim build with broad shoulders. He often has a stern and condescending expression on his face.
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Amanda Cox English David Crockett essay A Summary on “Not Yours to Take” Colonel David Crockett’s “Not Yours to Give”, maintains that we have the right, as individuals, to give away as much of our own money as we please in charity; but as members of Congress we have no right so to appropriate a dollar of public money.
Feb 06, · Speech before the House of Representatives. by David (Davy) Crockett The following excerpt from an biography by Edward S.
Ellis, The Life of Colonel David Crockett, reveals how his electorate taught him the importance of adhering to the Constitution and the perils of ignoring its restrictions.
There is a speech attributed to Davy Crockett, Not Yours To Give that can be found all over the internet. It appears to have first surfaced and circulated (as legit) in print in the early 60s among right wing tax protest groups. This article is a compilation from several sources: The Life of Colonel David Crockett, by Edward S.
Ellis (); Essays on Liberty Vol. IX, published by The Foundation for Economic Education (); and the transcript of an old radio program called Life Line, featuring 'Freedom Talks' by commentator Melvin Munn (June 15, ).
Essay on Summary to David Crocketts Speech Amanda Cox English David Crockett essay A Summary on “Not Yours to Take” Colonel David Crockett’s “Not Yours to Give”, maintains that we have the right, as individuals, to give away as much of our own money as we please in charity; but as members of Congress we have no right so to.