Anubis (Aladdin Nasira's Revenge)


Anubis is the ancient Egyptian god of the dead and a minor villain in Aladdin: Nasira's Revenge. His sorcery is also the source of the restorive magic of four golden Serpent Idols, the very artifacts sought after by Nasira in her plan of resurrecting her twin brother Jafar from the dead.

This jackal-headed monster through the statue of his natural form, is a master of the tombs, the Pyramids found within the deserts of Egypt. Legends within the walls of the Pyramids spoke of sacrifices offered to Anubis by his worshippers, humans who willingly or by force, lost their souls to him.

Then years later, his temples became tombs as they were abandoned and Anubis himself never returned.

Centuries later, Princess Jasmine who was kidnapped by Nasira, was trapped by her henchman there in an enchanted cage, only to serve as a sacrifice and a bait to trap Aladdin. Aladdin braved the traps and faced the undead monsters within the Pyramids. Aladdin soon also faced the possessed statue of the evil Egyptian deity, Anubis. Anubis was defeated and disappeared in a beam of light. Aladdin won the fight and freed Jasmine before they both later went on a mission to rescue her father.

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