As the direct appointed successor to his father, Pharaoh Merneptah, Seti has no patience for the instability that threatens the foundations of the Kingdom. He is so close to power that he can taste it, and his impatience is mirrored by his ferocity. No other ruler is so willing nor so quick to fight, and he does so with maximum aggression. Seti has little time for diplomacy, preferring instead to do his talking on the battlefield. He sees few problems that are not resolved by crushing his enemies.
Seeks to overwhelm opponents in battle; quick and easy expansion; no interest in diplomacy.
High numbers of cheaper, weaker units; expendable units; risks running low on units after losses.