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Final Fantasy

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Skull may refer to:


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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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Skull may refer to:


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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Skull
[[Image:{{{image}}}|{{{image_width}}}px|Image of Skull]]
Statistics
Real name Unknown
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 6'0"
Weight 209lbs
Date of birth 4/20/1984
Place of birth Chelmsford, Essex. United Kingdom
Date of death {{{death_date}}}
Place of death {{{death_place}}}
Resides {{{resides}}}
Billed from The Depths of Hell/Camden, London
Trainer Trained himself, recieved later training at the SWF wrestling school
Current
federation(s)
GHW, EVPW
Previous
federation(s)
SWF, ASWF, SCW
Handled by {{{handler}}}
Win/Loss Record {{{winloss_record}}}
Debut October 2005 (vow) November 2006 (RP)
Retired October 2009 (GHW)
November 2009 (EVPW)

"Skull", born (Born April 20, 1984) is a British professional wrestler currently signed to Gods and Heretics Wrestling (GHW) Federation, wrestling on MNC and FNM. He is a former 1x Charging Glory Champion and Bronze Tag Team Champion with Stevie Rock. He was the longest reigning Captain champion and former Money In The Bank Winner. He now competes in EVPW as his home promotion under the name Corrin Cobain.

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Career

Early career

Skull started his wrestling career at the age of 15 in a backyard wrestling fed started by some of his friends. During this time he wore a hockey mask which after repeated bumps became chipped and looked like a Skull. This is where he got his nickname from. When he was 18 Skull started making waves on the indy circuit.

SWF

Old SWF

In late 2005 Skull was invited into SWF by Destroyer. After some initial solo success , Skull decided to team up with the new 'dark' Crusader to form Dark Skull. DS rose to become the best tag team in SWF but were eventually beaten by a team of Rogue & Bomber and the fans turned on them. It was at this point that Skull started to use his 'Dark Soldiers' to ambush his fellow Superstars.

New SWF

When Skull returned to SWF he quit Dark Skull and announced he had changed and turned back to the old Skull. With the fans on his side he easily won his debut match against Crusader and Emblem at the penultimate Holy Hell broadcast. Skull took some time out of SWF following and injury after PPV Euro Invasion.

Semi Pro Champ

Skull won the Semi Pro title on the March 7th edition of Collision after beating Bomber & Papa G in a #1 contenders match on the previous Showtime. He went on to try to reclaim his former tag team glory by forming failed tag teams with Stone Cold, RTB & brother Stevie Rock and continued his feud with Crusader & Emblem. Due to these many tag matches Skull remained champ for almost a month without defending his his title causing many fans to name him the worst champ in SWF history. However he soon had more on his plate than he could handle with the return of Papa G who demanded a title shot at the PPV Bloodlust. Skull also had to fight off competition for his title from Untamed Beast and Overtaker. After losing his title and losing his match with Papa G at bloodlust, Skull had one more match in SWF, defeating rival Papa G before leaving to train in Mexico.

Invasion

Skull returned to SWF to help beat off the EWE invasion. He initially allied himself with Justin, Overtaker and the recently defected Lil Rey Ray and feuded with EWE's Deaths Knight. He would soon however turn on the stable of Justin Lrey and Fantastiquo known as Deaths Salvation and feud with them until the death of SWF He also won the IC 24/7 title for a 3rd time but quickly lost it.

ASWF

Skull had a brief stint in ASWF where he fued with Hawkeye and unsuccessfully challenged for his TV title. After the demise of SWF Skull transfered permanently to ASWF with most the roster and joined Destroyer and Hyper Elf's revolution in the name of SWF.

SCW

Skull entered SCW and refomed his tag team with Black Dragon Which lead him to become the National and Deep Zero champions. After feuding with Crazy Boy and losing his Deep Zero title, Skull turned on BD and eventually beat him for the Power Core title before SCW and GHW merged.

GHW

SNR

Skull came into GHW as SCW's top champion and had face GHW's top champ at the time, Lrey. After a brief rivalry, Skull beat Lrey to unify the belts and win the Charging glory title. After a short riegn, Skull lost the title to Gnarfflinger on SNR in a brutal match. In a rematch for the title Skull took a severe beating from the champ and ended up in hospital. This was the start of a downward spiral and less than impressive win/loss record for Skull that he still hasn't been able to break free from.

MNC & FNM

After a mildly successful singles career when he first joined GHW, Skull decided to concentrate on tag team wrestling with his brother and student Stevie Rock. They instantly made an impact in the tag division and began to feud with P&H over the Bronze tag titles.

World Wars

Skull put his quest for tag gold on hold to form Team UK with DMD, Human Wreckingball, Desperado and Stevie Rock. After a great performance, Team UK finished second to Team Netherlands. World Wars was also a good night for Rock Skull as they beat P&H for the tag titles. The next day, on MNC P&H challenged Rock Skull to a rematch in a 2/3 falls match. The rules stated that if P&H won the 1st fall then the title were on the line. They did, and also the 3rd fall walking out as the champs again.

Rising success

After failing to regain the tag belts, Skull concentrated on his singles career. He started by winning the 8 man MITB match and earning a free title shot any time in the next 3 months. From then, Skull began a winning streak that carried him through the next months Master of the Mat tournament to earn a title shot at the PPV. Skull faced King Bear for the title in a Bear Cave match where he came up short but still retained his MITB Contract.

EVPW

As well as GHW, Skull now competes in EVPW inder the name Corrin Cobain. He is currently signed to the WNG brand.

In wrestling

Finishing moves

As Skull

  • The Stinger - Top Rope Cross Body
  • SkullCanrana - Hurricanrana into a Facebuster

As Corrin Cobain

  • C-DT - Cradle DDT
  • Sonic Boom - Super Kick

Signature moves

  • 450 Splash
  • Sleeper Hold
  • Flying Clothesline
  • Bloodbath (mist)
  • Various Submission combos

Nicknames

As Skull

  • The Prince of Aerialists
  • The Æsahættr

As Corrin Cobain

  • The Rock God
  • The Artist Formerly Known as Skull

Entrance music

  • Sweet Dreams by Probot (Skull)
  • Suffering You by 16Volt (Corrin Cobain)

Tag Teams

  • Rock Skull w/ Stevie Rock
  • Corrin Cobain and Duke Taylor w/ Duke Taylor

Championships and accomplishments

VOW

  • 2x SPWA Ladder Champion

SWF

  • 3x Intercontinental 24/7 Champion
  • 1x Semi-Pro Champion

SCW

  • 1x National Champion
  • 1x Deep Zero Champion
  • 1x Power Core Champion

GHW

  • 1x Charging Glory Champion - Unified with Power Core
  • 1x Bronze Tag Champions w/ Stevie Rock
  • 1x Captain Champion
  • 1x Captain MITB Winner
  • 1x Captain Master of the Mat Winner
  • 1x GHW World Champion
  • GHW Hall of Fame 2009

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Skull disambiguation page.

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the effect from PvP worlds and the Abyss, and the red skull from the Fight Pits. For the item that players can pick up, see Skull (item).
A skull
A "skulled" player. In this picture, the player has an "Abyss Skull" or a PvP and Bounty world skull

The Skull is a status effect caused by entering a Player-versus-Player World, a Bounty World, or the Abyss. Upon leaving the location that caused the skull effect a 10 or 20 minute timer starts after which the effect will be removed. If a player dies while Skulled they will lose all of the items they are carrying as opposed to keeping the three most valuable.

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PvP/Bounty Worlds

There is no way to prevent the PvP Skull. Players cannot use Protect Item in PvP/Bounty worlds, but in a +1 Item Bounty World a single item is kept despite the skull. The skull will disappear after 20 minutes in a non-PvP world.

Abyss Skull

The Abyss Skulled effect can be avoided by wearing an Forinthry bracelet when entering the Abyss. The 'Abyss skull' will disappear automatically after 10 minutes of gameplay unless the player re-enters the Abyss in that time, in which case the timer will be reset. The Protect Item prayer can be used to save a single item if a player dies under the effect of this skull.

Red skull

The current champion of the TzHaar Fight Pits will have a red skull over their head.

The Red skull is a status effect which players will gain after winning a round of the TzHaar Fight Pits. The red skull does not appear outside the Fight Pits, and disappears if the player with it leaves the Fight Pits or switches worlds. It will also disappear if another player wins the next round of the Fight Pits. Players with a red skull will not lose their items if they die, as the Fight Pits is a "safe" minigame. The only way to have the red skull outside the fight pits is with a glitch.

Previous Versions

A player with a red bounty hunter skull.

Wilderness

Formerly, players became skulled whenever they attacked another player in the Wilderness unprovoked. The Wilderness skull was a plain white skull and crossbones which disappeared on death or after 20 minutes without any attacks on other players. This was removed in the player killing update of 10 December, 2007, in which player killing in the Wilderness was replaced by the Bounty Hunter minigame.

Bounty Hunter

Previously, before the Bounty Hunter Wilderness-only PvP update, in the Bounty Hunter minigame players had a skull icon that was either brown, grey, green, blue, or red. The colour of the skull and size of the coin pile correspond to the value of the items the player is holding. Players dying in the minigame would lose all of their items.

PvP/Bounty Worlds

Originally, by attacking a player in a PVP world or in a Bounty world, the attacker would receive a skull but not lose all of their items if killed by another player or NPC. The skull would last for twenty minutes of playing time. In theory, the skull would not appear if a player attacks another player in retaliation, although this wasn't completely reliable. Attacking another player's familiar wouldn't give a player a skull.


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Skull can refer to one of several items:

Skull can also refer to any of several marks a player may receive under certain circumstances in the fairly Skull System:

  • File:White Skull.gif White Skull
  • File:Red Skull.gif Red Skull
  • File:Black Skull.gif Black Skull
  • File:Yellow Skull.gif Yellow Skull
  • File:Green Skull.gif Green Skull

See also: Skullhunter.


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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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From City of Heroes Wiki

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Overview

The Skulls are an enemy group in City of Heroes and City of Villains.

Founded by the Petrovic brothers, the Skulls are a death worshiping cult whose initiation is a rather morbid affair. Recruits are ordered to kill a target in a rival gang (or a random person of the street) and are then taken to choose their own casket. They then must dig up a grave and take the front of the dead victim's skull as the mask that will make up their new 'face.'

They have a standard rank system; the Gravediggers are the basic street thugs, normally armed with knives and guns that vary from hand pistols to automatics. Above them are the Death Heads. They earn their rank through bloodshed and violence. They serve as the Gravediggers' keepers and report directly to the groups bosses: the Bone Daddies. The Bone Daddies are hand picked by the Petrovic brothers themselves. They are put through a ritual that grants them powers over the negative energies of the netherworld.

History

Among the street gangs of Paragon City, the Skulls are one of the worst. The Skulls have been at war with the Hellions over control of Perez Park for quite some time. They control the area known as the Boneyard and are always attempting to gain more territory.

Since the Rikti War, the Skulls have branched out to Kings Row. They are one of the main reasons why local Superadine rates are through the roof. Some evidence points to an external source helping them push their wares.

They are curently on good terms with the Trolls.

Background

The Skulls official info ( Copied from the City of Heroes official website [1]):

The Skulls are one of the many street gangs that operate in Paragon City. They are a death cult, of sorts, who seek personal glory and power through death, no matter whose. Today, their leaders lurk about one corner of Perez Park, called the Boneyard. They vie for control of the park, but are in the midst of a seemingly endless gang war with the Hellions.

The gang has recently spread heavily into the King’s Row zone, established new chapters as it tries to take over new territory. In King’s Row, the Skulls will battle anyone – cop, hero, rival gang – to dig in their stakes. As the war in Perez Park has reached a stalemate, it seems they want to expand in other directions to advance their position. Fledgling chapters have also been reported in Atlas Park and Galaxy City. Although not often found on the streets in Galaxy City, various drug labs have been reported. Despite their morbid trappings, the Skulls are ultimately a street gang, and thus concerned with usual aspects of organized crime. They run extortion rings, commit robbery, and sell drugs. Of late, like many in Paragon’s underworld, they are pushing Superadine.

In fact, they have been pushing it so hard in Perez Park and in King’s Row that they threaten to flood the streets. Some in the PPD suspect the Skulls may be working with a new partner to take control of the market. It is known that the Skulls deal with the Trolls generally on good terms.

One unusual rumor about the Skulls that has sprung up since the Rikti War is the story of a lone wolf hero obsessed with the destruction of the gang. His – or her – name is unknown, though some of the street tales suggest his (or her) family was killed by Marrow Snap and Marrow Drinker. Some stories describe him as a feral hero, barely able to communicate. He pulls in new heroes to his cause with a terse, muttered phrase, “Go. Hunt. Kill Skuls.”

The organization of the gang is fairly straightforward. The Gravediggers are the foot soldiers of the Skull gang. They are normally armed with knives and guns, and do the grunt work. When first brought into the gang, their initiation rituals all center around death. It is typical for a new recruit to be ordered to kill a random target (the victim is often a member of a rival gang). A veteran Skull will then take a number of new recruits to pick out caskets for their inevitable death. To them, dying as a member of the Skulls is the greatest honor one can find. By embracing death, it not only has no power over them, but gives them a dark inner strength. Finally, new recruits must go on a “black wake,” where they dig up a body and claim the deceased’s skull as their new “face.”

The veterans of the Skulls are nicknamed Death Heads. They have earned their bones through acts of bloodthirsty violence. They run the Gravediggers through their paces, and report directly to the top bosses – the Bone Daddies.

The Bone Daddies are chosen through some secret, black ritual performed by the original founders of the Skulls, the Petrovic brothers. This ritual gives them power over the negative world, and allows them to tap into spirit killing energy that they can use to feed off of their victims. Heroes who have faced them have stated that Bone Daddies are dead inside, their bodies just haven’t realized it yet.

Enemy Types

Minions

Gravedigger Brawler

The Skulls worship death in a very personal, creepy way. The Gravediggers are the gang's foot soldiers - wannabes who must prove their skill with knives and guns before they (literally) earn their bones.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Brawl Melee, Smash
When all else fails, use your own 2 fists.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.



Gravedigger Chopper

The Skulls worship death in a very personal, creepy way. The Gravediggers are the gang's foot soldiers - wannabes who must prove their skill with knives and guns before they (literally) earn their bones.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Fireman Axe Melee, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe -Defense
The Fireman Axe deals moderate damage and can decrease a target's defense when it hits.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.



Gravedigger Slammer

The Skulls worship death in a very personal, creepy way. The Gravediggers are the gang's foot soldiers - wannabes who must prove their skill with knives and guns before they (literally) earn their bones.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Sledgehammer Melee, Smash, High Damage, Foe Knockdown
This heavy, but unwieldy and slow Sledgehammer can knock down foes.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.

Gravedigger Slicer

The Skulls worship death in a very personal, creepy way. The Gravediggers are the gang's foot soldiers - wannabes who must prove their skill with knives and guns before they (literally) earn their bones.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Knife Melee, Lethal, Low Damage
Basic stabbing and cutting blade.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.

Gravedigger Slugger

The Skulls worship death in a very personal, creepy way. The Gravediggers are the gang's foot soldiers - wannabes who must prove their skill with knives and guns before they (literally) earn their bones.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Baseball Bat Melee, Smash, Moderate Damage
There is nothing like slugging someone in the head with this baseball bat.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.

Lieutenants

Death Head Buckshot

The Death Heads are proven leaders in the Skulls - utter nihilists who worship death in the hopes of eventually defying it. These bloodthirsty, cold-blooded killers are armed to the teeth and resistant to any kind of negative energy attacks.

Powers

Shotgun (Ranged) Cone, Lethal, Foe Knockdown
Good at close range. Fires a cone of buckshot pellets and can knock some foes down.

No Melee attacks No Hand to Hand
Death Heads don´t have any Melee attacks at all

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.

Death Head Gunner

The Death Heads are proven leaders in the Skulls - utter nihilists who worship death in the hopes of eventually defying it. These bloodthirsty, cold-blooded killers are armed to the teeth and resistant to any kind of negative energy attacks.

Powers

Submachine Gun Ranged Lethal, Low Damage, Foe -Defense
Rapid fire rifle. Can reduce target's defense.

No Melee attacks No Hand to Hand
Death Heads don´t have any Melee attacks at all

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.

Bosses

Bone Daddy

Bone Daddy

The Skulls' leaders, the Bone Daddies, have become living embodiments of the power of death. They can literally suck the life out of a foe to feed their own spirits. They can also focus the pure darkness of the netherworld into physical attacks that cause massive damage.

Powers

Gloom (Ranged) Damage over Time, Negative, Foe -Accuracy
Gloom slowly drains a target of life and reduces his chances to hit. Slower than Dark Blast, but deals more Damage over Time.

Dark Blast (Ranged, Negative, Damage over Time, Negative) Foe -Accuracy
A long range blast of dark energy. Deals moderate damage and reduces the target's chance to hit.

Shadow Punch Melee Smash/Negative, Low Damage, Foe -Accuracy
A basic punch draws power from the netherworld. Shadow Punch deals moderate damage and reduces the target´s accuracy.

Smite Melee, Smash/Negative, Moderate Damage, Foe -Accuracy
More powerful version of Shadow Punch, Smite deals more damage, but takes longer to recharge. Like Shadow Punch, Smite can reduce the target's accuracy.

Shadow Maul Melee, Smash/Negative, High Damage over Time, Foe -Accuracy
This deadly attack unleashes a flurry of shadow punches pummeling your foe with focuses negative energy. Shadow Maul deals a lot of damage over a short period of time. Like most Shadow Punches, Shadow Maul can reduce the target´s accuracy.

Siphon Life Melee, Negative, Foe -Accuracy, Self +HP
The Skull taps the powers of the netherworld to steal life from a target foe and transfer some of it to himself. Siphon Life can sometimes miss more often than normal since a good contact with the foe must be established for a sucessful transfer to occur. A sucessful hit can reduce the target´s accuracy.

Soul Drain Point Blank Area of Effect, Moderate Damage(Negative), Self +Damage, +Accuracy
Using this power, you can drain the essence of all nearby foes' souls, thus increasing your own strength. Each affected foe will lose some Hit Points and add to your Damage and Accuracy. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Very Long.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Negative Energy
Skulls are resistant to Negative Energy damage but vulnerable to Energy damage.

Named Enemies

Gravedigger Quantum Gunner (Minion)

The Skulls worship death in a very personal, creepy way. The Gravediggers are the gang's foot soldiers - wannabes who must prove their skill with knives and guns before they (literally) earn their bones.

Powers

Quantum Array Gun (Ranged, Negative) Foe -Recharge, -Speed
Your attack and Movement rate have been slowed by the Quantum Array Gun.

Objects

Superadine Lab (Lieutenant)

Superadine Lab

In the presence of this lab, you can´t help inhaling a whiff or two of Superadine. The substance will buff your Endurance until the lab is destroyed.

Powers

Vitality +Recovery (Area of Effect)
The chemicals of the Lab Table are increasing your Endurance Recovery.

Small Explosion Area of Effect, Moderate Damage (Lethal/Fire), Foe Knockback
This object erupts into a small explosion if destroyed.

Named Bosses

  • Bonebreaker (Bone Daddy)
  • Boneshaker (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • Brittle Bones (Bone Daddy)
  • Compound Fracture (Bone Daddy)
  • Crypt Killer (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • Death's Head (Bone Daddy)
  • Ivory (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • Knucklebones (Death Head)
  • Marrow Drinker (Bone Daddy)
  • Marrowsnap (Bone Daddy)
  • Rattles
  • Skelter
  • Skull Cracker (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • Thanathos (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • Thanoxemos (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • The Bonebreaker (Bone Daddy)
  • The Defier (Bone Daddy)
  • The Lasher (Bone Daddy)
  • The Strong Man (Bone Daddy)
  • Tombstone (Bone Daddy) (CoV & CoH)
  • Toothbreaker Jones (Bone Daddy)
  • Totenkopf (Bone Daddy) (CoV & CoH)
  • Vault (Bone Daddy) (CoV)
  • Wrack (Death Head)

Trivia

  • In Kings Row, Skulls can often be found attacking cars until they blow up.

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