|Height||7' 6" (231 cm)|
|Weight||368 lb (167 kg)|
|Hobbies||Searching for his long-lost family|
|Voice Actor||Kouji Takeda
|Charge Dash Distance||83%|
|Max Charge Time||2.8 seconds|
Master Mummy is a playable character in ARMS. Although his movement is slow and his evasiveness is low, he can do massive damage.
Master Mummy's bulky body is mostly covered in strips of linen, which also make up his arms. His has purple skin and red eyes with spiraled irises. He wears a purple, one-shoulder wrestling singlet and cyan sneakers. Master Mummy also wears a gold plated helmet with screws on the sides and top, and has strips of linen coming out of the back of his head resembling a ponytail.
"Wrapped up in mystery and bandages, it's 'the grim creeper'! With an uncharacteristically buff body for a mummy, this heavyweight shrugs off punches like nothing. All we know about this guy is that one day he woke up at the Mausoleum and now he's entering the Grand Prix! There's a story there..." —Official Description
Ability 1: When blocking, will heal in 10 health increments; healing per second increases the longer block is held
Ability 2: Will not flinch from non-charged (and some charged) attacks while jumping, dashing, or punching; also gain 50% damage reduction when a punch is resisted
|1.0.0||Added to game.|
|2.1.0||▲ Increased dash speed.
▲ Increased movement speed when jumping.
|3.0.0||▲ Increased ARM size.
▲ Now holds a charge for longer.
To select a costume, click and hold , then hold in the direction of the desired costume while confirming with .
Grand Prix Ending
- Master Mummy was one of the first characters announced as playable, being revealed alongside the game itself during the Nintendo Switch presentation in January 2017.
- Master Mummy was known as "The Powerhouse" instead of "The Grim Creeper" in the original trailer.
- Master Mummy is one of only two characters whose age is unknown with the other being Byte and Barq.
Names in other languages
The grim creeper
- Nintendo of America. "Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017", 2017-01-13, retrieved on 2017-05-02.