The reanimated flesh of a dead woman; it seeks only to consume the living to sustain its disintegrating shell of a body."
NOTE: Enemies in Koudelka are fought on specific screens.
Originally a term used to describe any ordinary human being, it later found later use as a catch-all term for any variety of undead humanoid creatures.
They range from being simplistic zombie-like creatures, to powerful magic-wielding liches retaining all of the memories of their previous existence.
| Barrels | Black Cat | Brute | Chikon | Sucker | Crates | Demonic Bead | Explode Corpse | Eyeball | Face | Ghoul | Giant | Giant Roach|
Hand of Glory | Headless Corpse | Corpse Hound | Inverse | Jester | Sham | Mars | Minotauros
Nobleman's Spirit | Possessed Armor | Possessed Chair | Possessed Shelf | Possessed Table | Pricktail | Puppet | Raven | Shadow | Skeleton
Spectre | Tamacoss | Watcher | Wight
| Werewolf | Giant Plant | Seeker Trio | Mummy Bride | Doppelgänger Koudelka | Doppelgänger Edward | Doppelgänger James|
Jailer | Mad Fly | Dark Young | Alias | Chimera | Gargoyle | Gug | Valna and Vigna | Charlotte's Wrath
Scapegoat | Apostle | Vine | Patrick's Vine
Elaine | Elaine (Final Form)