|“||I am COMPELLED by some primal force always to play this song of fear and sadness. Please bring me new music, that I may break this cycle of endless misery! Go on... do us a favor. It's driving me mental.||”|
– The Phantom to Daniel, MediEvil: Resurrection
The Phantom can be found in a room east of the stained glass window. A nearby book reveals he is doomed to play the same chords over and over again. Daniel is tasked with finding Sheet Music for him so he can play a different tune. After bringing him sheet music, the Phantom plays the new tune and a nearby wall disappears to reveal the Chalice of Souls along with treasure chests. He then vanishes, laughing.
His role is similar to his role in MediEvil. This time, the Phantom asks Sir Dan for a new tune himself. There are two sheets of music that Daniel can bring him. One of them is required to progress further through the level while the other is required to obtain the Chalice.
- He is named after The Phantom of the Opera, a character from Gaston Leroux's novel of the same name.
- In MediEvil, the Phantom's appearance is similar to the skeleton from the Title Level.