|Outskirts of Castle of Uruk|
Great Wall Entrance III
|Buy Price||Sell Price|
|Skeletal Spider Gallery|
Journal Description Edit
Known for using its head's unique height to headbutt their prey. Once knocked unconscious, the Skeletal Spider can devour its prey at leisure. - Book of Sphinx
Museum Description Edit
One of the most unique looking members of its species, the Skeletal Spider stands out with the unusual vertical growth of its spine. Native to Uruk, were their fleshless bodies are little affected by the scorching heat. - Abydos Museum
Traits, Appearance, and Abilities Edit
The Skeletal Spider had a greenish-tan body that resembled to be an open ribcage with a skull on top. It had only a few legs, and was not very quick at walking.
Strategy for Sphinx - These enemies are quite slow, so it should be easy to take them down quickly with a barrage of slashes.
- Outskirts of Castle of Uruk (Non-Respawning)
- Great Wall Entrance III (Respawning)
- Spiders have no skeletons other than their exoskeleton, making the Skeletal Spider quite fictional.
- This monster sometimes makes a distinct clicking noise, allowing those who somehow miss its materialization to be aware of its presence.
- Montu, who is notorious for low payouts on selling monsters, pays 25 scarabs for the relatively weak and respawning monster. It is suggested that players visit the Great Wall Entrance III, capture ten, and take them back to Montu's Monster Shop.
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