Mummy-Me

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Mummy-Me
Mummy-Me
First appearance Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (2014)
Latest appearance Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo Switch / Nintendo 3DS) (2018)
Variant of Toad
Comparable
Cosmic Clone

Mummy-Me are enemies in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and its Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS ports that appear to resemble mummified Toads and follow Captain Toad or Toadette in certain levels. Mummy-Me have the same behavior as Cosmic Clones from Super Mario Galaxy 2. At first, a single Mummy-Me appears by following them; however, as they proceed onwards to additional levels, more Mummy-Me start spawning. As they spawn, they form a black cloud that follows the player; once it forms, much like a Cosmic Clone shouting "Let's go!", it shouts "Mummify!," similar to how Captain Toad or Toadette shout "Multiply!" when obtaining a Double Cherry. Captain Toad or Toadette can get rid of a Mummy-Me by using a Super Pickax: in most of the regular levels from the Bonus Episode, it will simply give a short break to Captain Toad or Toadette, and another Mummy-Me will respawn a few seconds later. Mummy-Me Maze Forever is an exception, though, as Captain Toad or Toadette can defeat Mummy-Me by using a Super Pickax, and they give three coins upon defeat.

Profiles[edit]

  • Wii U website bio: "You have met the enemy, and it is you. In some stages, you'll be chased by a Mummy version of Captain Toad."
  • Switch / 3DS website bio: "You have met the enemy, and it is you. In some stages, you'll be chased by a Mummy version of Captain Toad!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese Ghost Player[1]
(internal)

マネミー
Manemī
Ghost Player (shared with small Cosmic Clone)

From「真似」(mane, imitate) and "mummy"
Dutch Mummy-Me -
French Momimoi From momie (mummy) and moi (me)
German Mumienschanz From Mumie (mummy) and Mummenschanz (masquerade)
Italian Mimummia From mi (me) and mummia (mummy)
Spanish (NOA) Momía From momia (mummy) and mía (mine)
Spanish (NOE) Imimomia From imitar (to imitate) and momia (mummy)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker internal filename (GhostPlayer)