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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

A mummy is a corpse whose skin and dried flesh have been preserved. Many cultures, especially the Egyptians, deliberately preserved bodies of important persons as mummies.

Circa 2650 BC, the Doctor wrapped up the Monk as a mummy to get him out of the way. (DW: The Daleks' Master Plan)

Osirian service robots resembled Egyptian mummies. (DW: Pyramids of Mars)

Centuries in the future on New Jupiter, walking mummies were part of the Egyptian section of EarthWorld. (EDA: EarthWorld)

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A Mummy is a dead body that has been preserved either intentionally or unintentionally due to exposure to chemicals, extremes cold, very low humidity, or a vacuum.

Heitians, the inhabitants of Heitius VII, practiced mummification of their dead in some instances. The last leaders of their dying race were mummified. (TOS comic: "The Mummies of Heitius VII")

Vulcans would often bury deceased Masters underneath their monasteries and other sanctuaries. Master Haadok was buried in the catacombs underneath the P'Jem monastery. (ENT episode The Andorian Incident). The Vulcan Master T'Klass was buried underneath the T'Karath Sanctuary when he died in the 4th century. His identity was lost over time, until his remains were identified in the 22nd century by Jonathan Archer, who was carrying the katra of Surak. (ENT episode Awakening).

The Kantare Shilat was ejected from his ship into orbit over a planet just before his ship crashed, and he died in the escape pod. Several years later his mummified body was recovered by the crew of the Enterprise (NX-01). (ENT episode Oasis).

One case of unintentional mummification took place on board the USS Pegasus (NCC-53847) in the mid 24th century. After seizing control of the Pegasus an explosion killed the crew members who remained on the ship. As a result parts of the ship were open to space for several years. The bodies of the crew members in these sections were preserved perfectly in this environment. (TNG episode The Pegasus).


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Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki


The Mummy appears in an episode of The Secret Life of Toys.

After the toys pretend to be mummies to scare Rugby, this real mummy magically appears out of nowhere to make sure his Mummy Stone -- a rock decorated by one of the children -- hasn't fallen into the wrong hands.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Race: Mummy
Special Attacks:
This monster has been known to use Noxious attacks
Level: 50- 52 Tier 6 Solo Aggressive
Class: Shadowknight
Zone: The Sinking Sands
Location: North of The Chimney ( -1254, -130, 997 ) /waypoint -1254, -130, 997

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Mummies are Undead who, unlike other members of the species, are fleshy. Mummies are the remains of Palawa Joko's army, which scattered after the defeat at the Battle of Jahai.


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Mummies are Undead found in the Pyramid Plunder mini-game, during quests such as Desert Treasure and Dealing with Scabaras, and in the Chaos Tunnels.

Mummies are well known for dropping Ancient Staves, although this is a quite rare drop. If you've purchased an Ancient staff from Eblis and lost it, and don't want to buy one from another player, this is your only choice.


Strengths and weaknesses

The level 84 mummies are rather weak for their level, hitting a maximum of 6 damage. On the other hand, the level 103 and 125 mummies are far stronger, with a max hit of 24, and can hit consistently even through strong armour (Rune armour and Dragon armour). For this reason, players should consider using the Protect from Melee prayer when meleeing them. This is especially recommended when fighting mummies in desert areas such as Ullek, where many players wear low-defence Desert camouflage gear or Desert robes to reduce water consumption and avoid the effects of desert heat.

Mummies have a high melee Defence, which suggests that players use Super set potions. Despite this high melee defence, slashing attacks appear to be quite effective at cutting through their bandages, so an Abyssal whip would be a good choice for melee.

Mummies are Undead, which means that wearing a Salve amulet (e) provides a significant combat boost. Despite being undead, the Magic spell Crumble Undead does not affect mummies, contrary to the beliefs and wishes of some players. Mummies are weak to fire magic spells. When hit by a fire spell, the mummy catches on fire, although this effect does not cause any more damage than the spell itself. (The Mummy Champion actually rises in level when catching on fire.)

Ice Spells and Chinchompas

A player casting ice burst on a group of mummies in the Chaos Tunnels

There is an area in the Chaos Tunnels with 12 aggressive mummies, making it a great place to train using Red chinchompas, normal Chinchompas or Ancient Magicks, particularly ice spells like Ice Burst and Ice Barrage. Although these methods of training can be expensive, the Ancient staff and rune items the mummies drop help cover a small part of the expense.

Players may reach up to approximately 230,000 experience per hour using Red chinchompas at level 99; the second fastest Ranged experience in the game, right after skeleton monkeys on Ape Atoll.


Examine text

  • Where's my mummy?
  • But who's the daddy?
  • A tightly-wrapped monster.
  • A spooky, bandaged dead dude.
  • A victim of poor first aid.
  • Warning: Highly flammable.

Champions' Challenge

Mummies are one of the 'races' who have lesser champions in the Champions' Challenge minigame. To fight the Mummy Champion, the player must kill mummies until one drops a Champion scroll, which is a very rare drop.


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  • The level 96 mummies that come out of the sarcophagi in the Jaldraocht Pyramid have 1 hitpiont, a maximum hit of 17, and can only be killed by fire spells. What's more interesting is that they have the same drops as the level 103 mummies. There are also two or three places in the pyramid where no level 103 mummies will attack the player.
  • While on fire, mummies' examine text changes. This only happens if the player continues to use fire spells. Otherwise, it will change back.
  • RuneScape often uses puns when using the name 'mummy' as this is a term used in the UK similar to America's 'mommy'. This leads some players to believe that all mummies are female, but both male and female mummies exist.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This creature is in the The Undead class.

240 Hit points
150 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/-- (Illusionable)
Abilities: Melee (0-85) it Poisons (starting at 1 to 4 damage per turn), Death Hit (30-40), Paralyze.
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 129 hp per turn
Immune To: Death, Earth, Drown, Life Drain, Invisibility, Paralysis
Strong To: Ice (-20%)
Neutral To: Physical, Fire, Energy
Weak To: Holy (+25%)
Sounds: "I will ssswallow your sssoul!"; "Mort ulhegh dakh visss."; "Flesssh to dussst!"; "I will tassste life again!"; "Ahkahra exura belil mort!"; "Yohag Sssetham!".
Behavior: Mummies fight until death.
Field Notes: Dangerous creatures for Paladins and Mages because they can paralyze.
Location: Drefia, Darama's Dark Pyramid, Draconia, Mount Sternum Undead Cave, Green Claw Swamp, Venore Amazon Camp underground, Helheim, all Tombs and Dark Cathedral.
Strategy: A good strategy for distance fighters hunting this monster (druids, sorcerers, or paladins) is this: If you are paralyzed, and can still move about as fast as the mummy, continue running it until either the paralyze wears off or it paralyzes you again. One exura will cancel out all paralysis. However, obstructions or lag can result in the mummy catching up and attacking the player. GFBs and explosions are useful in case of a tight situation.
Loot: 0-91 gp, 0-3 worms, Bag, Short Sword, Magic Light Wand, Strange Talisman, Silver Brooch, Poison Dagger, Gauze Bandage, Crystal Ring (semi-rare), Black Pearl (semi-rare), Silver Amulet (rare), Yellow Piece of Cloth (rare), Black Shield (very rare), Mini Mummy (very rare). (Loot Statistics)
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