Slither is a large snake (cobra). The scales on his back are dark, his head, neck, hood and the rest of the abdominal side of the body is golden. On both sides of the hood has two black thin stripes. His eyes are black.
Slither is the protector of the entrance to the tomb to be him, he must have been brave (most cobras are brave). The cobra is reliable (Slither promised to help, and helped Buddha when he was in trouble). Despite this, his character is still very mysterious, we do not know much about him, for his name is Slither, he is a protector of the tomb and he has the ability to hypnosis and fire breath.
Role in the film
Slither appears for the first time when the Buddies and Babi come to the pyramid, wanting to hide from the sandstorm. At the sight of him, Babi escapes (reveals his fear of snakes). The Buddies look at how Buddha approaches the snake, without fear.
Slither shows himself and says he's here to protect the Cleokatra's tomb. Buddha says that his siblings want to go, but Slither says that Buddha must look him in the eyes, if the cobra hypnotizes him, means that Buddha is not a descendant of the Buddasi and the snake eats him, and if Buddha hypnotized Slither, he will be considered a descendant of Buddasi and Slither will let him and his slibings go. Buddha succeeds and manages to hypnotize the serpent. Slither lets them pass, but warns them of the dangers that are lurking on them. He Illuminates their path with his fire breath.
Later, Slither appears when Buddha flees in front of the two statue cats. The snake hypnotizes the cats and then eats them (we do not see this), Buddha escapes when Slither begins to hypnotize the cats.
- His name is an obvious reference to the fact that he slithers, as do all snakes.
- In real life, cobras do not breathe fire, nor do they have the ability to hypnotize (meaning that Slither has supernatural powers).