|Home World|| Anur Khufos|
|First Appearance||Under Wraps|
Thep Khufans are mummy-like creatures composed entirely of organic bandages. They are thin, humanoid-shaped with slight ape-like features on their limbs. Their shell-like heads resemble headpieces from ancient pharaohs, minus the nose and mouth. They wear skirt-like clothing on their waist, and 2 bandages dangling from their upper back. Their bodies are hollow, meaning they can store things in their chest. There are gaps between their bandages on their wrists, chest and ankles, as well as their eyes, that glow any color. They have a beak-like toothed mouth with a long tongue beneath their head bandages. Some Thep Khufans have bandages that stick out from their heads like hair, while others wear tall hats somewhat similar to the Crown of Egypt or the Nefertiti Cap Crown.
In the Ben 10: Protector of Earth game, a more powerful version of Thep Khufans is revealed, Cyclone Khufans. Their bandages are a blackish color, and their clothing are blue and gold. Their head resembles a gold headpiece, shaped like a bird's beak.
Powers and Abilities
Thep Khufans have a very bizzare physiology, that being of a head-like shell with many extendable bandage like tendrils. This gives them numerous powers at their disposal such as stretching and enhanced strength.
Thep Khufans' unique physiology also grants them vacuum immunity.
Thep Khufans have incredible resistance to damage, with any or all vital organs held in the shell and the ability to regenerate their tendrils.
Like all residents of the Anur System, they're immune to the effects of corrodium. Their bandages even block corrodium radiation, enabling them to carry corrodium inside them without irradiating anything nearby.
Notable Thep Khufans
- Snare-oh (the Omnitrix's DNA sample of a Thep Khufan)
- The Mummy
- Thep Khufan citizens of Anur Transyl
The name Thep Khufan is a combination of "Imhotep", the titular Mummy of the 1932 film, as well as the 1999 loose remake and 2001 sequel, and Khufu, an Egyptian pharaoh from the Old Kingdom period.