So @kerrigore asked a question about Necropolis (something about the layout) and I made a custom game to wander around and take a look and discovered something entirely unrelated??
There appears to be an “ancient” image set of the three “old soldiers” - Ana on the left, then Soldier: 76, then Reaper facing them - all throughout Necropolis.
The first set of people are a woman and man, both facing the same direction. They are both wearing white and blue. The man appears to have an implied “deshret” (Lower Egypt) crown. It is not colored.
This appears to be Ana and Soldier: 76 (“decrowned” as a “fallen commander”).
The third man is facing them. He wears a “double feathers” crown, representing Amun or Amun-Ra, considered “the king of the gods.” However, the crown is mostly black and blue, with black being a color that represents death. He holds what looks to be a wheat stalk. Wheat was a symbol of Osiris, god of the dead, and could represent resurrection (“life growing from death”).
Considering Gabriel’s surname means “kings,” and he’s kinda, well, undead, this seems pretty straightforward.
This image is directly behind the computers in Ana’s hideout. The computers show Reaper, as well as locations where he has been.
And before people are like, “It’s just a coincidence!” Blizzard put in another little “character easter egg” in their like, one other “ancient Egyptian art” image.
Feathers rain from above!
You can find “Pharah” on the Temple of Anubis too.
Hadn’t seen anyone mention this, figured I’d post some of my pics on it.