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“Corpses animated by evil power. They are slow moving, but their talons are deadly.”
—In-game description from Awakening.
The Entombed (マミー Mamī, lit. Mummy) is an enemy-only Monster class that is first introduced in Fire Emblem Gaiden. Taking the form of resurrected mummified corpses, the Entombed commonly use their decayed claws and talons to rend the flesh of their foes. The Entombed are considered to be the promoted versions of Revenants.
History in the SeriesEdit
In their original inception in Fire Emblem Gaiden, Mummies use their claws to strike their foes with a relentless lack of mercy.
In TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga, the Entombed are referred to as Great Mummies (グレイスマミー Gureisu mamī). The promoted form of Zombies, Great Mummies use their fists to clobber their foes. Their fists are classified as Axes in this game.
In Awakening, the Entombed are outfitted with Blighted Claws instead.
The stats boasted by Entombed are only slightly better than Revenants, although they do have more HP and unusually high Luck, making it considerably hard for low level units to land critical hits on them.
In the games they appear in, the Entombed are rare to find in skirmishes. This is compensated for by the fact that they award a large amount of experience to unpromoted and low-level promoted units.
The Entombed appear in great numbers on an Awakening DLC map called "EXPonential Growth". There are four different kinds of Entombed that appear with levels ranging from 1 to 30 and all of them have set stats that allow characters of any level to easily beat them and gain experience. The Entombed do not attack, and will instead go from the top of the map to the bottom. Once all of them have left the map or have been defeated, the chapter will come to a conclusion, making the chapter a "timed" grind fest.
In Awakening, some of the Entombed's number serve as Risen. Some Entombed have various skills tagged to them, notably those learnt by Dark Mages and Sorcerers. The Army of Shadow, a bonus DLC Double Duel Team, also consists of six very powerful Entombed.
- Boss versions of Entombed in The Sacred Stones have low Luck and even lower HP, while non-boss versions have higher Luck and HP than the boss versions.