Mummies — mentioned in "The Day of the Dead"

About Edit

Mummies are preserved ancient bodies. 

Ancient Inca King MummiesEdit

  • Alejandro had acquired the mummified bodies of Ancient Inca Kings. Alejandro had acquired them as trophies shortly after following Pizarro to the New World, and had brought them along when he finally decided on a permanent residence. Once they were settled in, however, they’d largely been forgotten, left to mildew in dank, underground cells.[1]

Physical DescriptionEdit

  • Brown, almost translucent skin stretched over old bones, empty eyes and hollow mouths, with shadows inside like parodies of human organs.[2]

Other DetailsEdit

Associated Characters, Places, etc. Edit

Book References Edit

  1. "The Day of the Dead"
  2. "The Day of the Dead"

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