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The Mummy's Curse: A Close Call

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Mother's Darlings
The Mummy's Curse: A Close Call
Ten hot dusty summers. That's how long Liane, an avid amateur archaologist, has been searching in The Valley of
the Kings. Now, at long last, she has discovered a previously unknown tomb. The heiroglyphics engraved in the stone of the door say that this is the tomb of Queen Jessa Ho-Tep, and the first person who dares to enter will be cursed in a terrible way that Liane cannot decipher. But it looks to be pretty awful, one way or another. The bunny doesn't believe in curses that old being able to stay potent over the centuries, if ever they were real, and anyway, she is a firm believer in the Bunny Goddess and feels that she would be protected by her even if the curse actually had some kind of power. So, with no worries, she pokes and pries around the edges of the door till she finds a tile that moves which makes a thumping noise as it does, and she finds she can push the stone aside quite easily. So easily that it is almost as if the door wants her to open it.

Inside, in a shaft of light from somewhere far above, is framed the face on a sarcophagus at about Liane's waist level or slightly above.The walls are adorned with pictures and hieroglyphics that are faded to near colorless by time, while the colors on the sarcophagus are still as bright as if they had been painted yesterday. It is a well preserved and beautiful sarcophagus, but the most amazing thing about it and the pictures on the walls is that the likeness on the lid and the figure of the seated mouse looking person both bear an uncanny resemblance to Liane's wife, Jessamine. Between that and the hieroglyphics that say this is the tomb of Queen Jessa Ho-Tep, Liane is frankly amazed, and more than a little disturbed. The coincidence is just too great! She finds that she can scarcely believe her eyes. Pulling a soft paintbrush from her kit, Liane bends over to dust off the face to see it more clearly, though there is no mistaking who it looks like. The spitting image! So intent on examining the face that so resembles her lovely wife, Liane doesn't notice that the lid of the sarcophagus is not quite closed, but actually slid somewhat to the side. And since it is slid towards her, she doesn't see the linen wrapped hand that is groping it's way out of the darkness within. Soon though the hand is bound to draw her attention, and then...

Art belongs to nivarra
Her post: Pending

Liane Rabbitfangs belongs to rabbitfangs
Story by abbitfangs who commissioned this beautiful piece, too!
Her post: https://www.furaffinity.net/view/31333228/

Jessa Ho-Tep is inspired by/based on (and ancestor to?) my darling Jessamine Rabbitfangs

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Published: 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Rating: General

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DarthRandall
1 month, 4 weeks ago
Before I look them up, do those heiroglyphs actually say something?
MeganBryar
1 month, 4 weeks ago
I have no idea. I'm inclined to doubt it, but you'd have to ask the artist.
Neill
1 month, 3 weeks ago
I feel like the intro song to the 1959 film The Mummy should be playing in the background, hehe. X3
Inuyashasreincarnation
1 month, 3 weeks ago
"No and then!"

That's quite a cute scene there. I hadn't even noticed the mummy's hand. My eyes being caught up in the walls at first. Then I read the story and had to go do an double take.
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