It behaves just like the Pharaoh "Genie" boss, but its curse is pink.
It often shows up with other enemies, including Terror Fiends.
This Pharaoh is magenta with a checkered purple/navy pattern on the headdress. Its chin is purple and wears blue earrings. It has Mii eyebrows, eyes, and mustache.
Which Travelers' Hub quests that feature this monster seem to be completely random, as do the dungeon location and the quest rewards.
|Action name||Description||Chance to use||Hit rate|
|Attack||Slaps a Mii with its beard. (regular enemy only)||100%||100%|
|Wide Attack||Attacks a Mii and other non-guest Mii characters adjacent to him/her. (boss only)||100%||100%|
|Pharaoh||Places a curse on one of the Mii characters. If a Mii gets cursed, he/she will end up giving his/her "offering" in the form of HP Bananas to the user when he/she tries to perform an action. He/She will do nothing if he/she does not have any.||100%||100%|
|One More Time! (auto)||Attack twice per turn. (boss only)||-||-|
Tip: Save it for last, especially if Terror Fiends are present. It is bulky but not very strong.
The Glamorous Pharaoh can be encountered either as an enemy or as a quest boss. The boss version has more HP, though its other stats are lower compared to the regular version. Its capability of taking two actions in one turn makes up for it, however.
- This is one of the few monsters that have their own set MP value, even though monsters generally do not require MP for attacks. The others are Lion Snail, Snapperpole, Twergull, and Pop Pop Pop. Notably, it is the only monster whose MP is set to 30, as the aforementioned four monsters have theirs set to 33. Its boss incarnation, however, lacks this value like most other monsters.
- The boss version of its basic attack can hit adjacent allies. The normal enemy variant does not do this.