Scapegoat or not? I believe he should qualify as a Scapegoat as he gets a tragic sendoff. As he is hanging on to a ledge for dear life, he begs Anck-Su-Namun to save him, but the latter cowardly flees. Heartbroken, Imhotep gives Rick looks at the love between Rick and Evelyn before dropping himself into the underworld. Imhotep endured centuries of undeath for Anck-Su-Namun, who did not love him enough to try and save him, even after watching Evelyn successfully save Rick under the same conditions. This tragic sendoff of him being betrayed by someone he loved so much makes be believe he should be classified as a Scapegoat. ZiilLosDiiDu (talk) 04:10, August 18, 2018 (UTC)ZiilLosDiiDu

  • No, not really. While his backstory and even final demise may be tragic, his actions warrant such a defeat. After mass murder, terrorism, mass destruction upon Egypt and England, torture, rape, and all of the other crimes he's committed, his defeat is warranted and of fitting brutality. Tragic, but not a scapegoat. NerdWithAKeyboard (talk) 04:24, August 18, 2018 (UTC)
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