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11th Jan '16 6:15:38 AM Bluecatcinema
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* CatchPhrase: "Let's kick Tut!"

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* PaperThinDisguise: The mummies often walk San Francisco wearing civilian clothes, with their bandages and gray skin still on display. The regular people never even bat an eyelid at this. Even in Presley's mother's cafe, all one person had to say was that "they must really be starving!"
20th Nov '15 1:13:13 PM Glim
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* SeductiveMummy: Nefertina, especially in "True Believer".
21st Aug '15 10:58:20 PM TitoMosquito
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* SupernaturalMartialArts: Egyptsu
22nd May '15 11:07:07 AM Hawaii_Knut
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** [[ArtisticLicenseReligion Religion]]: Many Egyptian gods were different from their RealLife counterparts. Here are a few examples: *** Seth and Anubis are companions. This didn't happen in the actual myths as Anubis opposed Seth for killing Osiris and helped Isis in resurrecting him. Seth's appearance is also a little different. Here he's a full-blown dog, while the real one was more a mishmash. *** Bastet was by all means a benevolent, if a relatively minor goddess compared to the more popular gods like Ra and Isis. Here she's a narcissistic jerk who think she's the grandest goddess in all of mankind and wants everyone to worship her. *** Sekhmet was a lioness-headed war goddess who was also involved with pestilence. Here is diseases her main aspect and she morphs into a vulture-like creature.
30th Mar '15 9:45:17 PM nombretomado
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Various gods, such as [[EverybodyHatesHades Anubis]] and [[CatsAreMean Bastet]], are portrayed as malicious, while they were benevolent figures in EgyptianMythology. Even Ammut was originally a neutral force who was harmless to people who were good in life.
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Various gods, such as [[EverybodyHatesHades Anubis]] and [[CatsAreMean Bastet]], are portrayed as malicious, while they were benevolent figures in EgyptianMythology.Myth/EgyptianMythology. Even Ammut was originally a neutral force who was harmless to people who were good in life.
25th Feb '15 3:29:39 PM RokuroCarisu
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** Considering Scarab emphasized the "mut" part of its name, it was probably JustforPun.
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** Considering Scarab emphasized the "mut" part of its name, it was probably JustforPun.JustForPun.

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* EverybodyWasKungFuFighting: The Mummies know "egyptsu", which appears to be a blend of snake-style kung fu and aikido. ** Considering Scarab emphasized the "mut" part of its name, Interestingly, [[TruthInTelevision there actually was an ancient Egyptian martial art]], though it was probably JustforPun.certainly not called ''that'' and resembled boxing more.
25th Feb '15 3:12:51 PM RokuroCarisu
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** Also [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy Astronomy]]. Neither solar eclipses nor planetary alignments occur in a [[ArcNumber 3500-year]] cycle.
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** Also [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy Astronomy]]. Neither solar eclipses nor planetary alignments actually occur in a [[ArcNumber 3500-year]] cycle.
25th Feb '15 3:10:24 PM RokuroCarisu
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* ArcNumber: 3500 - years, usually.

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** Also [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy Astronomy]]. Neither solar eclipses nor planetary alignments occur in a [[ArcNumber 3500-year]] cycle.
17th Dec '14 9:22:25 AM Jake
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Presley.
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Presley.Presley, [[JustifiedTrope which actually makes a certain amount of sense]] if he's supposed to be descended from Egyptian immigrants; the country's population has always been a mix of Arabic and African ethnicities, with a number of Caucasians after it ended up becoming part of the British Empire.
22nd Sep '14 5:15:25 PM E35E45TW5T
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