Ozan reveals that while she used to be a great soldier, her personality changed during the war, becoming more of a "yes" woman, complying with the Pharaoh's insane orders and bullying her soldiers.
She cares greatly for the inhabitants of Menaphos. In Our Man in the North, even though she knows that it researching historical texts and bloodlines are forbidden and the city is on lockdown, she allows Aristarchus entry into the city due to being a citizen of Menaphos. She also has her doubts about the plague, as she has been in contact with the Sophanem High Priest.
During 'Phite Club, the player meets with Akhomet again in order to secure imperial signets for Batal. Akhomet is surprised that the player would speak openly about overthrowing the Pharaoh, and admits that if they were a soldier under her command, would have them publicly flogged. She cannot deny the Pharaoh's state and agrees to join if he is mentally evaluated and that the Jack of Spades is apprehended. When the player brings her the Jack's bloody hood, she is surprised they killed them, and asks what they did with the body. Upon hearing that it was burned, she is impressed that the player honoured Menaphite traditions and gives them some imperial signets.