A thief that, when defeated, will flee by jumping away, leaving either a random sub-weapon or a Large Heart. This enemy is the only way to unequip sub-weapons, which can allow Juste to use his healing spell, God Bless, by using the Summoning Tome.
As implied by its name, the Mimic (or Manemane) will mimic the player's behavior. It appears only in a couple of rooms in the Skeleton Cave (Castle A). There is even a minor puzzle that requires to lead a Mimic to an unreachable switch (both the Mimic and the switch are located in the closed off top section of the room), by having it mirror Juste's movements. The Mimic does not steal any items.
|Item Data: Mimic|
|Image||Name - Game|
|Type / Users||Attributes / Consume||Statistics / Sell||Found||Notes|
|Restores some HP.|| Medicine|
| HP +70|| Buy: $80|
Find: Throughout castle ( )
Rare Drop: Skeleton Blaze
Common Drop: Peeping Eye, Fishman, Merman, Armor Knight, Bone archer, Bone Soldier, Lizard Man, Man-eater, Mimic, Rock Armor, Skeleton Spider, White Dragon Lv2
|Armor made from a combination of wood and metal.|| Body|
| DEF +40|| Rare Drop: Mimic|
|Restores some HP.|| Food|
| HP +100|| Find: Throughout castle ()|
|An elegant robe suitable to nobility.|| Body|
| DEF +41, INT +8|| Rare Drop: O|
- O (Ou) is probably a parody of O-jirō, a character from the Little Ghost Q-Taro series.
- The Mimic's Japanese name is Manemane; mane (真似) translates from Japanese as "mimicry".