- "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
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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