The Mummy Chihuahua is a monster in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

Description Edit

Journal Description Edit

"These little dogs are none too pleased about being mummified, so try not to get close. If you make that mistake, expect them to cling to you and bite away until they are shaken off."
Book of Sphinx
"A pet that’s now undead."
Monster Inspector
"A Chihuahua is a smooth-coated dog of a diminutive stature. The mummification process makes their undead counterpart very aggressive. A popular pet of a former Pharaoh, they went to the tomb with their master."
Abydos Museum

Traits, Appearance, and AbilitiesEdit

The Mummy Chihuahua's main method of attack is its powerful bite. They will rush at the enemy and latch on, dealing large amounts of damage. The longer they cling to their opponent, the more damage they do. They usually attack in small groups, making them difficult to avoid or shake off.

Strategy for SphinxEdit

These nimble, undead canines will easily put Sphinx in a pincer attack if he is not moving, and not keeping a tight camera on the action. Once a Mummy Chihuahua lunges, it's your chance to retaliate. Like the Spike Spider, the Mummy Chihuahua pounces on its victim and requires shaking to remove it. They can be killed with swift hits of the Blade of Osiris.

Locations Edit

Trivia Edit

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
Non-Capturable Alert Spider | Electric Eel | Featherless Turkey | Geb | Goofy Lizard | Manta Ray | Mummy Bird | Mummy Eagle | Rat | Sea Turtle | Shell Critter | Shuttlecock Bird | Small Frog | Spinefish | Spitting Toad
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