Sarcophagi are human-shaped coffins used for teleportation. Several were set up within the Luxor Palace, along with others scattered elsewhere. They are also apparently sentient, as they can talk and have a King and a Queen.
Locations and ConnectionsEdit
|Location||Connection||Use and Notes|
|Luxor Palace Throne Room||Above the throne itself||Used by Tutankhamen to access the alcoves.|
|Luxor Palace Throne Room alcoves||Each connects to the next alcove||Used by Tutankhamen to access the chests up there.|
|Outside Luxor Palace Throne Room||A fenced off area of the hidden passage behind the throne.|
|Treasure Room||Mysterious Location||Used to loot the Treasure Room, later used by Tutankhamun out of curiosity.|
|Abydos Museum Hall of Jewels||Unknown, likely Castle of Uruk||Sarcophagus Queen. Used to steal the Abydos Jewels.|
Connection with Ancient EgyptEdit
Sarcophagi are box-like coffins usually made to hold the dead. They are actually the stone box itself (usually carved from limestone) and not the human-shaped coffins inside, which these sarcophagi are.
|Atun Sun Disc | Blood of Ra | Eagle Disc | Explosive Flower | Eye of Ra | Eye of Ra Post | Ka Ankh | Portal God | Rameses | Red Laser Eye | Rock | Sacred Statue | Sarcophagus | Sarcophagus Queen | Set's Eyes | Zipline|