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The Keys are quest items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. They are used to unlock things.

Keys

Key About
Found At
Courtyard Key Luxor Palace
Earth Key Planetarium of Amusement
Exit Key Planetarium of Amusement
Glyph Key Various
Lunar Key Planetarium of Amusement
Old Key Abydos Sewers
Sarcophagus Key Luxor Palace
Solar Key Planetarium of Amusement
Stairs Key Abydos
Treasure Room Key Luxor Palace
Wardrobe Key Luxor Palace

Trivia

  • Most of the keys come from the Planetarium of Amusement. They are the only keys used in the Castle of Uruk (excluding the Sarcophagus Key).


The Courtyard Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen found the Courtyard Key in one of his bedroom's wardrobes. It granted him access to the Courtyard of Luxor Palace.

Trivia

  • It is one of the many keys in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.
    • It is also one of the many items found in Tutankhamen's wardrobes.


The Earth Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen received the Earth Key in the Planetarium of Amusement. It was used to switch the catapult's direction of trajectory toward the exit and the Wings of Ibis. It could be swapped out with the other keys, such as the Solar Key and the Lunar Key. It featured a large, golden sphere with blue gems (the blue representing oceans and the gold representing the contents). The key featured several hoops surrounding the earth, symbolizing the old view of the solar system.

Trivia

  • The Earth Key resembles the geocentric view (Earth at center) of the solar system.


The Exit Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. It allows Tutankhamen to leave the Planetarium of Amusement.

History

The Exit Key is found in a treasure chest in the Planetarium of Amusement. It allowed Tutankhamen to leave the area. Shortly after using it, he collapses from exhaustion due to the Canopic Vase wearing off.

Trivia


The Glyph Keys are quest items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Sphinx utilized Glyph Keys throughout his quest. They could be found at places such as the Mysterious Location, Great Wall Entrance I, II, and III.

Trivia

  • Glyph keys are commonly used on statues as well as various "holders".
  • They were made of gold and resemble a fusion of a crook (as in "crook and flail") and a djed pillar.


The Lunar Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen received the Lunar Key in the Planetarium of Amusement. It was used to switch the catapult's direction of trajectory. It could be swapped out with the other keys, such as the Solar Key and the Earth Key. It featured a golden crescent moon embedded with sapphires. The key led to a puzzle where the Electric Mummy ability is obtained and utilized in order to solve.

Trivia

  • The Lunar Key resembles a crescent moon with stars.
  • Like the Solar Key, it remains in the Mummy's inventory for the remainder of the game.


The Old Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Sphinx found the Old Key at the bottom of the well in Abydos. It allowed him to exit the well area after obtaining one of the missing Abydosian Pearls.

Trivia

  • The key looks to be the smallest found.


The Sarcophagus Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen obtained the Sarcophagus Key in the Luxor Palace. It allowed him to utilize sarcophagi for transportation purposes in both Luxor Palace and the Castle of Uruk.

Trivia

  • The key also allows access into regular sarcophagi that do not transport.
  • Rameses cannot be used with the key.
  • It is unknown how they work.


The Solar Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen received the Solar Key in the Planetarium of Amusement. It was used to switch the catapult's direction of trajectory. It could be swapped out with the other keys, such as the Earth Key and the Lunar Key. It featured a red gem surrounded by a gold sunburst (representing the sun). It lead to the Fire Mummy puzzle.

Trivia

  • Fans believe that the Fire Mummy form was associated with the solar key.
  • Like the Lunar Key, it remains in the Mummy's inventory for the remainder of the game.


The stairs key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Sphinx received the stairs key from the fat Abydosian man after gathering the Abydosian pearls for him. It was used on the stairs that led to the second level of Abydos. Later on, its use was replaced by the zip line handle.

Trivia

  • Use of the key became obsolete after the zip line handle was received from the monster inspector.


The Treasure Room Key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen received the Treasure Room Key from Aunt Seti so he could deliver the old amulets to the Treasure Room. It was only used once.

Trivia


The wardrobe key is a quest item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History

Tutankhamen obtained the wardrobe key in Luxor Palace. He was able to use it to unlock the wardrobes in his room.

Trivia

  • The key is only used once.


Quest Items
Abydos Jewels Jewel of Edfu | Jewel of Memphis | Jewel of Shu | Jewel of Siptah | Jewel of Uraeus | Jewel of Weni
Amulets Abydos Amulet | Heliopolis Amulet | Mysterious Amulet | Old Amulet | Temple Amulet
Sacred Crowns of Egypt Sacred Crown of Abydos | Sacred Crown of Heliopolis | Sacred Crown of Set | Sacred Crown of Uruk
Keys Courtyard Key | Earth Key | Exit Key | Glyph Key | Lunar Key | Sarcophagus Key | Solar Key | Stairs Key | Treasure Room Key | Wardrobe Key
Misc Abydos Pass Card | Abydosian Pearl | Atun Eye | Bas-Ket | Beetle Breeding Jar | Blue Diamond | Book of the Dead | Book of Sphinx | Canopic Vase | Coconut | Curse Stone | Dark Stone of Invisibility | Eagle Stone | Gold Ankh | Gold Ankh Piece | Healing Herb | Medal of Champions | Medicine Bag | Monster List | Nefertiti's Letter | Parasol | Rosetta Stone | Zip Line Handle