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The Dark Worshipper is a monster in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

Description Edit

"Able to pass through solid forms, they move with the swiftness of a winter cloud, and attack as if from nowhere. Save projectile weaponry for elsewhere, as they will pass straight through the Dark Worshipper."
Book of Sphinx
"Rarely seen outside the shadows."
Monster Inspector
"Adventurers should approach the shadows of any dungeon with caution, for a Dark Worshipper may be lurking in the darkness. Said to be the tortured souls of former warriors, trapped between our world and the afterlife."
Abydos Museum

Traits, Appearance, and Abilities Edit

In the wild, Dark Worshippers resembled a humanoid cloud of black smoke, while in the museum, it looked more translucent and statue-like with white eyes. They wielded wooden staffs similar to those used by the Skull Worshipper. They also share a staff-based combat method with the Skull Worshipper.

Strategy for SphinxEdit

Similar to fighting the Skull Worshipper, use swift whacks of the Blade of Osiris to take them down, avoiding their blocks. Never use the Blowpipe, as darts will pass right through them.

Locations Edit

Connection with Ancient Egypt Edit

The Shadow Worshipper may be inspired by Sheut or "shadow", a part of the soul in Egyptian myth.


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Capturable Almost-a-Bull | Big Bull | Blade Scorpion | Chihuahua | Cobra | Crabhands | Cyclops | Dark Worshipper | Electric Armadillo | Exo-Piranha | Fire Armadillo | Green Giant Worm | Half Brute | Knives Cat | Mummy Chihuahua | Mummy Worm | Nose Needler | Piranha | Sharpbeak | Skeletal Axeman | Skeletal Spider | Skull Swordsman | Skull Worshipper | Slim Burble | Smiling Burble | Spike Spider | Sunflower | Tree Creature | Wasp Spider
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