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I suggest that he as the (Earth-616) suffix at the end of his profile because that's the universe this Seth acts in the most. Much like Thor or any of the other Pantheon of Gods, they all seem to have counterparts in other realities and none seem to be unique in the multiverse. Hence the suggested move.

Nausiated 23:11, 21 January 2009 (UTC)

I concur. I once thought the page should be a disambig for any other "Seths" that may be out there, but if it is few enough not to do, I agree that it should be directed to the (Earth-616) page. --M1shawhan 23:54, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
Isn't having the 616 suffix more confusing if he's not actually from the 616 universe? He could be like Death, where while it looks like he exists in every universe separately, he actually is the same being throughout the multiverse. Maybe. . . I think. . . (who really knows?)
Nathan (Peteparker) (Earth-1218) (talkcontribsemail) 05:00, 22 January 2009 (UTC)

I'd have to disagree Nathan. What I see as a constant in the Marvel Universe is that Pantheon Gods seem to have counterparts in each reality. However, cosmic beings tend to be a little more singular... But it's rare. The only one that seems to be the only singular character in the Multiverse is the Living Tribunal. Even Death has alternate reality counterparts. So far as I can recall, I don't think there has been an alternate reality version of Seth that's been seen in a series... But it's possible... Maybe one cropped up in a What If? story that featured Thor?
Nausiated 19:17, 24 January 2009 (UTC)

I would have completely agreed with you until I read that excerpt. And of course, now I no longer own it since I thought I didn't need it anymore, so I have no proof. Ultimately, I don't think it would be a problem to have Seth be Seth (Earth-616), even if we find out later that he's the same across the multiverse. I'd say lets do that for now, since its what we know best about the character at the moment.
Nathan (Peteparker) (Earth-1218) (talkcontribsemail) 02:32, 25 January 2009 (UTC)