Journal Description Edit
An annoying creature which refuses to give up the chase until it's sunk its teeth into something. Most commonly found living in and around populated areas. - Book of Sphinx
Museum Description Edit
A large rodent well known for its ability to spread diseases, often found in sewers and other poorly sanitized area. The name "Rat" is used to signify a treacherous or untrustworthy person. - Abydos Museum
Traits, Appearance, and Abilities Edit
Unlike a regular rat, the Rat is blue and yellow with a spike-covered back and a significantly larger size.
Strategy for Tutankhamen - Nothing can occur to these rats as they are just scenery. They are harmless.
- For an unknown reason, the Rats at Luxor Palace are significantly smaller than the Abydosian version. They are also non-hostile.
- This implies that they two are different breeds.
- In the game, the Rats are rather lizard-like, where they are not in real life (being mammals).
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