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Blow Darts
Blow Darts
User Sphinx
Use As a weapon or transportation
Found At Mysterious Location
Role Weapon; Transportation
Type Ability Items


Blow darts are ability items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. They give Sphinx projectile weapons that fire via the blowpipe. There are five different variants of the dart.

Darts

Key About
Description
Standard Darts These basic darts are acquired along with the blowpipe at Great Wall Entrance I. Like the Bouncing Darts, they only harm Slim Burbles and run on infinite ammo
Ka Darts Only found while standing on Ka Ankh Teleporter Pads, these special darts are unlimited and are used for teleportation. When one strikes the top of the Ka Ankh, the teleporter will be activated.
Acid Darts Acid darts can burn through iron chains and cause some monsters to continue taking damage without any hits with the Blade of Osiris. Sphinx acquired them in Anubis's Tower, where Anubis gifted him 30 darts. This number could be increased to 50 with the purchase of a Dart Belt at Heliopolis Point.
Ice Darts These darts are capable of freezing small to medium-sized monsters, such as the Fire Armadillo, Skeletal Spider, and Mummy Worm, into chunks of movable ice that could serve as steps. However, they will begin to melt after a short while. Similar to acid darts, the ice darts were given to Sphinx from Anubis, and initially had 30 darts (later becoming 50 with the Dart Belt).
Bouncing Darts Bouncing darts are useful when a target cannot be hit straight-on, as they can bounce of walls and other surfaces. They vanish after a few seconds, but there is an infinite amount of the darts, allowing rapid fire techniques. They are obtained at the Uruk Temple after defeating a Green Giant Worm.

Trivia

  • Due to their smoke-like bodies, there are no darts that work on Dark Worshippers.

Standard Dart
StandardDart
User Sphinx
Use A type of projectile for the Blowpipe
Found At Great Wall Entrance I
Role Projectile
Type Ability Item


Standard darts are ability items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. It is the basic dart used by Sphinx with the Blowpipe.

Sphinx using the Standard Darts

Sphinx using Standard Darts







History

When Sphinx acquires the Blowpipe, an infinite number of standard darts are included. They are first used on the targets in the Great Wall Entrance I.

Trivia

  • In most cases, the standard darts are used to hit targets.

Acid Dart
Aciddarts
User Sphinx
Use A type of projectile for the Blowpipe
Found At Anubis's Tower
Role Weapon (Projectile)
Type Ability Item


Acid darts are ability items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. They are received at Anubis's Tower.

Sphinx using Acid Dart

Sphinx using Acid Darts






History

Sphinx, while at the Anubis's Tower, was given the darts by Anubis. He would then use them to break chains in order to get around the temple.

Trivia

  • The Acid Dart contains an acid powerful enough to completely dissolve several feet of solid iron within a few seconds.
  • It starts off having a maximum of 30 darts that can be carried at a time, but is increased to 50 with the purchase of a Dart Belt.

Aqua Dart
AquaDart
User Sphinx
Use Underwater Weapon
Found At Lost Temple of Heliopolis
Role Weapon (Projectile)
Type Ability Item


Aqua darts are ability items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

Sphinx using Aqua Darts

Sphinx using Aqua Darts








History

Sphinx was given the darts by Urbain while at the Lost Temple of Heliopolis. He could then break pots or kill monsters from beneath the ocean surface. Unlike other darts, it did not require the use of the Blowpipe, and could instead be thrown.

Trivia

  • They are the only underwater weapon.
  • They can be thrown instead of used in the Blowpipe.
  • The only monsters that can be killed by the darts are Spinefish and Manta Rays.

Bouncing Dart
BouncingDart
User Sphinx
Use A type of projectile for the Blowpipe
Found At Uruk Temple
Uruk Islands
Role Weapon (Projectile)
Type Ability Item


The bouncing dart is an ability item in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. They are received at the Uruk Temple in the Uruk Islands.

Sphinx using Bouncing Darts

Sphinx using Bouncing Darts

Trivia







History

Sphinx is given the bouncing darts while at the Uruk Temple. He acquires them after killing a Green Giant Worm, and they are used to hit targets that couldn't otherwise be hit.

Trivia

  • The bouncing dart is typically used for hitting targets that are not straight ahead. They are unlimited.

Ice Dart
IceDarts
User Sphinx
Use A type of projectile for the Blowpipe
Found At Great Wall Entrance III
Role Weapon (Projectile)
Type Ability Item


Ice darts are ability items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. They can freeze certain monsters.

Sphinx using Ice Dart

Sphinx using Ice Darts







History

Sphinx acquired the darts while in Great Wall Entrance III. The entrance served as the first use of the darts as well, frequently needing to freeze the monsters inside of it. The monsters frozen were Fire Armadillos and Skeletal Spiders.

Trivia

  • Only small and medium sized monsters could be frozen.
  • At first, there is a maximum of 30 darts, but it could be increased to 50 with the purchase of a Dart Belt.

Ka Dart
KaDart
User Sphinx
Use A type of projectile for the Blowpipe
Found At Great Wall Entrance II
Great Wall Entrance III
Uruk Canyon
Uruk Islands
Role Projectile (Transportation)
Type Ability Item


Ka darts are ability items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. They allow Sphinx to teleport on Ka Ankh Teleporter Pad.

Sphinx using Ka Dart

Sphinx using Ka Dart








History

Sphinx used Ka darts while using Ka Ankh Teleporter Pads in order to teleport on them. They are only found at Great Wall Entrance II, Great Wall Entrance III, Uruk Canyon, and the Uruk Islands.

Trivia

  • The Ka dart is unlimited.
  • The Ka is a part of the soul in Egyptian myth. Typically depicted as a body double, it represents one's life force or vital spark.


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