—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.
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. They have the same stats as zombies but give out significantly more experience when defeated
In TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga, the Entombed are referred to as Great Mummies (グレイスマミー Gureisu mamī). Their promoted forms are the Zombie class, though Great Mummies give out more exp when defeated. Great Mummies use their fists to clobber their foes. Their fists are classified as Axes in this game. They can be summoned with the Zombie Staff by Staff users with the Summon skill.
In Awakening, the Entombed are outfitted with Blighted Claws instead.
The stats boasted by Entombed are only slightly better than Revenants; more health and strength, but barely any defense and resistance. Throughout the games they appear in, Entombed are also blessed by unusually high Luck compared to other monsters, making the chances of a critical hit low if not supported and given high critical weapons.
Compared to other monsters, Entombed are extremely rare to find; at most, a player may find two or three Entombed in a battle. Defeating them will give plenty of experience, especially among lower leveled units.
In Awakening, some of the Entombed's number serve as Risen. Some Entombed have various skills tagged to them, notably those learned 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.
- In Awakening, the Entombed are described as "noble" Risen who hate the living. Echoes similarly describes them as the risen corpses of nobles.