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The Skull Worshipper is a monster in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

Description Edit

"Skull Worshippers use their flaming staffs to attack their foe to deadly effect. Encounter one of these and the forces of evil are bound to be close by."
Book of Sphinx
"A powerful ally to the forces of evil."
Monster Inspector
"A powerful ally to the forces of evil – skillful and ruthless fighters. The Skull Worshipper is precisely that – their dwellings are said to be adorned with skulls, by those who have lived to escape."
Abydos Museum

Traits, Appearance, and AbilitiesEdit

Similar to the appearance of the Skull Swordsman, the Skull Worshipper wears a brown tunic over its corpse-like body. It wields a flaming staff.

Strategy for Sphinx Edit

The Skull Worshippers need simple whacks with the Blade of Osiris. Watch out for its blocks.

Locations Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Skull Worshippers are first seen at the Mysterious Location in a group of three. This fight can sometimes be tricky, requiring the player to separate the trio before striking. This difficulty, as well as the reward of a Gold Ankh, can make them a candidate to be the first boss battle.
  • They do not have the ability to summon a spirit, despite what the game manual says. That power belongs to the Skull Swordsman.


Monsters
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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