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'''Mirror Chip''' or '''Mirror Melinda''', sometimes referred to as '''Mimic Chip''' or '''Mirror Melinda''', are [[monster]]s which appear as [[Chip]] or [[Melinda]] with a red background. When the player is playing as Chip, all mirror Chips (but not mirror Melindas) in the level will move as the player, and vice-versa when the player is playing as Melinda.
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'''Mirror Chip''' and '''Mirror Melinda''', sometimes referred to as '''player mimics''' or '''doppelgängers''', are [[monster]]s which appear as [[Chip]] or [[Melinda]] with a red background. When the player is playing as Chip, all mirror Chips (but ''not'' mirror Melindas) in the level will move as the player, and vice-versa when the player is playing as Melinda.
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Player mirrors are notable for being two of the only creatures with their own inventories (under normal circumstances). Like the players themselves, they can pick up and use [[key]]s on [[lock]]s; Mirror Chip can use [[green key]]s infinitely, while Mirror Melinda uses [[yellow key]]s instead. Player mirrors can collect up to four [[item]]s, and after the fifth they will drop the first item they collected. They ''cannot'', however, manually cycle or drop items like the player can.
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*[[Lookalike]]
  
Mirror Chip and mirror Melinda are considered monsters because the player dies if they touch the mirror players.
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Latest revision as of 04:30, 14 June 2019


Mirror Chip and Mirror Melinda, sometimes referred to as player mimics or doppelgängers, are monsters which appear as Chip or Melinda with a red background. When the player is playing as Chip, all mirror Chips (but not mirror Melindas) in the level will move as the player, and vice-versa when the player is playing as Melinda.

Player mirrors are notable for being two of the only creatures with their own inventories (under normal circumstances). Like the players themselves, they can pick up and use keys on locks; Mirror Chip can use green keys infinitely, while Mirror Melinda uses yellow keys instead. Player mirrors can collect up to four items, and after the fifth they will drop the first item they collected. They cannot, however, manually cycle or drop items like the player can.

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