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This article is about the unit in the PC game. For the unit in the handheld video game, see Mummy (Age of Empires: Mythologies).

The Mummy is an undead Egyptian ranged myth unit in Age of Mythology. It is available to worshipers of Osiris.

Special Attack Edit

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A Mummy converting an enemy Hoplite into a Minion.

Convert: kills the target human or non-flying myth unit (but not Titans), replacing it with a Minion under the player's control. Recharge time: 20 seconds.

Attack bonuses Edit

Upgrade Edit

Strategy Edit

The Mummy may at first glance seem weak - it has a mere 12 pierce attack and is rather fragile, expensive and takes up 5 population slots. However, its value comes from its truly mighty special attack - when spotting an enemy, a Mummy will exhale a black cloud of insects and death, killing the unit targeted. The dead unit automatically returns as an undead Minion under the player's control. Though this minion has a short lifespan, it will fight until its lifespan runs out or it is killed.

As with other instant-kill units, the Mummy is most effective when its special attack is micromanaged to slay the strongest and most expensive units on an enemy force. Due to their high population and favor cost, Mummies are hard to mass.

Curiously, despite the Minion being human, most non-humanoid units will still come back as the human Minion once slain by the Mummy.

Mythology Edit

Scientific name -- Homo sapiens
Size -- 7'+ tall
Diet -- feeds on emotions, especially terror

Heroes prepared for the afterlife were turned into Mummies by embalming and special rites. Among their duties in the next life might be the defense of sacred sites if robbers or other evil doers disturbed their rest. Then the Mummies would arise and destroy their enemies.

Trivia Edit

  • If a Mummy attempts to convert the Carcinos into a Minion, the Minion will be killed instantly due to the crab causing area damage upon its death.
  • Due to some inexplicable bug, Hippolyta can also be killed by Mummy's special attack in The Titans.

Gallery Edit

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Greeks ArchaicAge Pegasus  · Hippocampus
ClassicalAge Centaur  · Minotaur  · Cyclops
HeroicAge Nemean Lion  · Hydra  · Scylla  · Manticore
MythicAge Colossus  · Medusa  · Carcinos  · Chimera
Egyptians ClassicalAge Anubite  · Serpent / Sea Snake  · Sphinx  · Wadjet
HeroicAge Petsuchos  · Roc  · Scarab  · Leviathan  · Scorpion Man  · Minion
MythicAge Phoenix  · War Turtle  · Avenger  · Mummy
Norse ArchaicAge Raven
ClassicalAge Troll  · Valkyrie  · Einherjar
HeroicAge Kraken  · Mountain Giant  · Walking Tree  · Frost Giant  · Battle Boar
MythicAge Jormund Elver  · Fimbulwinter Wolf  · Fenris Wolf Brood  · Fire Giant  · Nidhogg
Atlanteans ClassicalAge Automaton  · Promethean (Offspring)  · Caladria  · Servant  · Carnivora
HeroicAge Nereid  · Satyr  · Stymphalian Bird  · Dryad  · Behemoth
MythicAge Heka Gigantes  · Man O' War  · Argus  · Lampades  · Tartarian Spawn
Chinese ClassicalAge Qilin  · Monkey King  · Terracotta Warrior
HeroicAge War Salamander  · Jiangshi  · Pixiu
MythicAge Azure Dragon  · Dragon Turtle  · Vermilion Bird  · White Tiger  · Earth Dragon
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