Tomb Prince

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A Tomb Prince.

Tomb Princes are the sons produced in life by the Tomb Kings. The ancient Nehekharan kings often had many children from their harems, but only one could succeed their father as king. The others served on the battlefield. Those who died heroically in battle were honored with mummification and entombment within their father's pyramid. Those who survived went on to serve their royal brother as officers and upon death were entombed with their brother to serve him the afterlife. Those few who were not satisfied with their lot, and sought to usurp the throne, were denied mummification and had their bones scattered to the winds. Prince Apophas is a notable exception, however, for his crimes were so heinous that it was necessary for his body to preserved, albeit in its own twisted fashion.[1][2]


Mummies are nobles and royal undead from the Lands of the Dead stolen and brought to the Old World who because they are protected and maintained by powerful magic are often sought by Necromancers and Wizards in search of their secrets. Bound to the will of the thief they are sometimes forced to share their secrets or even fight for them but dry and soaked in chemicals they are very vulnerable to fire. [3a]

Weapons and Equipment

  • 2nd Edition: Hand Weapon. May have Chainmail or Metal Breastplate, Full Plate Armour, Scythe, Shield, Two Handed Weapon. May Have Magic Weapon. [5a]
  • 3rd Edition: Mummy: Claw. [4a]
  • 4th Edition: Mummy: Hand Weapon. May have Double Handed Weapon, Light Armour. [3b]
  • 6th Edition: Hand Weapon. May have Flail, Great Weapon, Light Armour, Shield, Spear. May have Magic Items. May ride a Skeleton Chariot. [6a]
  • 8th Edition: Hand Weapon, Light Armour. May have Flail, Great Weapon, Shield, Spear. May have Magic Items. May ride a Skeleton Chariot, Warsphinx. [7a]



Tomb Kings and Nehekharan's
Units Bone Giant - Carrion - Casket of Souls - Dust Goblin - Hierotitan - Icon Bearer - Liche High Priest - Liche Priest - Necropolis Knight - Necrosphinx - Necrotect - Screaming Skull Catapult - Sepulchral Stalker - Skeleton Archer - Skeleton Chariot - Skeleton Horsemen - Skeleton Warrior - Tomb Guard - Tomb Herald - Tomb King - Tomb Prince - Tomb Scorpion - Tomb Swarm - Ushabti - Warsphinx
Characters Ahtaf I - Ahtaf II - Aiyah - Akhmen-Hotep - Alcadizaar - Alkharad - Alkhazzar I - Alkhazzar II - Amanhotep - Amenemhetum - Amn-nasir - Amunet - Ankhat - Antarhak - Apophas - Arkhan - Behedesh - Dhekhesh - Dread King - Hatsushepra - Hekesh - Hekhmenukep - Imrathepis - Kaseph - Khalida Neferher - Kharnut - Khatep - Khenti - Khepra - Khesek - Khetep - Khutef - Lahkashaz - Lahmizzar - Lahmizzash - Lakhashar - Lamasheptra - Lamashizzar - Memnet - Nagash - Nebunefer - Neferem - Neferata - Nehek - Nekhef I - Nekaph - Nekhesh - Nemuhareb - Pakh-amn - Phar - Pharakh - Raamket - Rakaph I - Rakaph II - Rakaph III - Rakh-amn-hotep - Rakhash - Ramhotep - Rasut - Sehenesmet - Sekhef - Setep - Settra - Shahid ben Alcazzar - Shepret - Sofer - Suseb -Tephret - Thutep - Tutankhanut - Ubaid - Utep - Wakhaf - Zakash
Cities Bhagar - Ka-Sabar - Khemri - Lahmia - Lybaras - Mahrak - Numas - Quatar - Rasetra - Zandri
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