The Wasp Spider is a monster in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

Description Edit

"The Wasp Spider poses a threat with its sharp front claws, which scythe through the air...and prey."
Book of Sphinx
"Known for its nasty sting."
Monster Inspector
"One of the slower members of the spider family, the tips of their claws hold a powerful sting. The Wasp Spider prefers the cool breezes found in coastal regions."
Abydos Museum

Appearance Edit

Wasp Spiders were orange and tan spiders that had mantis-like claws and a skull-like head. The plate armor on their abdomens resembles mummy wrappings. Physically, it is the largest of the four spider monsters.

Strategy for Sphinx Edit

Hit them repeatedly with the Blade of Osiris.

Locations Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Much like real-life spiders, they curl their legs inward on death.
  • The Eye of Ra Post heads bear a striking similarity. Similar skulls are also used in other wooden structures and ziplines around Heliopolis.

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