The Shrykull is a Mudokon transformation as well as a Mudokon demigod, appearing as a creature that has the physical features of both a Scrab and a Paramite. The Shrykull has the body of a Scrab, but limbs similar to a Paramite's forelegs protruding from its midsection. It also has a fringe of Paramite facial-digits around its head, forming a sort of crown. The Shrykull has the ability to electrocute the area around them with powerful bolts of electricity, killing any hostile forces and exploding any hostile ordnance that happens to be nearby. The ability to transform into the Shrykull can be granted to a Mudokon by a shaman, often after the Mudokon has passed a number of mental and physical trials. After getting the scars, he must enter to the main area of the Temple Monsaic, so the spirits of Paramites and Scrabs can focus their energy on the receiver Mudokon, to unleash the power of the demigod. Abe is currently the only known Mudokon who has been given the power of the Shrykull.

Gameplay Edit

After completing the Scrabania and Paramonia trials, Abe has the ability to charge the power of the Shrykull by sending the appropriate number of Mudokons through a numbered bird portal. The charge can then be carried around until activated by chanting.

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Edit

In Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty it is still required to send a certain number of Mudokons through a bird portal in order to receive the charge. However, unlike in Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, this process can be repeated for multiple charges as long as enough Mudokons are available in the area. In addition, all Shrykull charges can be lost by passing through a motion detector.

Notes Edit

  • The ending sequence for Abe's Oddysee, where Abe jumps down into the board room, requires only a single Shrykull charge to kill everyone. In New 'n' Tasty, Abe is required to use it twice.




Oddworld Abe's Oddysee - Shrykull Revealed

Oddworld Abe's Oddysee - Shrykull Revealed

Abe transforming into Shrykull

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