# Help me to solve this riddle

I am a person.
People say that I look like a cat, but I am not, cats walk on all four, and I walk on two.
I am a person.
I also hold the sun, and they call me the Messiah, or the Savior.
My favorite food is pancakes that my mama makes.

Who am I?

• The anwser is 4 letters Xxxx – asd Jan 21 at 18:54
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I think it is Bast.
Firstly, Bast has a cat's head, but she walks on two legs, so it fits the second line.
Secondly, she is the counterpart of Sekhmet, which was the other aspect of the goddess (basically the same goddess), so in the riddle she says 'me'. Sekhmet represents the powerful warrior aspect of the goddess, which is why they call her the Saviour, so it fits the fourth line.
Bast was also said to be the daughter of Ra, so she 'holds the sun' by holding Ra's bloodline?
And offerings to Bast include sweet foodstuff, so she might like pancakes?

Is it

Niko?

Because

his favorite food is Pancakes, he has cat eyes, and it just makes sense and one of his powers is like throwing a sun ball or something.

• Where is Niko from? I don't know what he is – Yout Ried Feb 21 at 2:57
• @YoutRied The game OneShot – Veskah Feb 21 at 4:51

Maybe it's

Bast or Bastet from Ancient Egypt as she is goddess of protection and cats.
She was worshiped at least since the Second Dynasty in Ancient Egypt. The center of her cult was in Per-Bast (Bubastis in Greek), which was named after her.

• I'm not sure this fits. Just because a deity is worshiped does not mean that their believers " call [them] the Messiah, or the Savior". And where do the pancakes come in? – mypetlion Feb 20 at 22:45