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Flying Skull

Flying Flaming Skulls

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Appeared in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions),
Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions),
Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
Class Level Class I Osteo-Focused Swarmer
Corporeal (dispersible)
Class 4 Psychokinetic Manipulation Event

Flying Skull (also known as Flaming Skull or Screamer Skull[1]) is in the Realistic and the Stylized versions of the video game and reappears in Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.

Realistic Version InformationEdit

According to Tobin's Spirit GuideEdit

  • Category: Class I Osteo-Focused Swarmer
  • Type: Corporeal (dispersible)
  • Behaviors:

Notes:Edit

Skulls are scary. especially when they fly around with glowing eyes and try to kill you. These Class I Swarmers are drawn strangely but exclusively to skulls, real or imitation.

Like other Swarmers, Flying Skulls defend their territory with exceptional vigor. It's best not to trespass unless accompanied by a fully charged Proton Pack.

Contact Protocol:Edit

Consider Flying Skulls airborne crawlers. These flying freaks possess exceptional speed and agility, capable of turning one a dime and hitting you with amazing accuracy. Luckily, they can often be sidestepped or dispersed with a few Shock Blasts before they deal any damage.

Manifestation Points:Edit

Flyings Skulls are found throughout the game. They appear in the Museum level as well as the Lost Island level. In addition, any encounter with Cultist Summoners will feature the Flying Skulls as those ghosts are able to generate an unlimited supply of them until captured.

Stylized Version InformationEdit

According to Tobin's Spirit GuideEdit

  • Category: Class 4 Psychokinetic Manipulation Event
  • Abilities: Flying Ram

Tobin's SummaryEdit

More powerful spectral manifestations have the ability to not only levitate objects, but also to imbue them with a temporary sense of life. This is usually done to effigies and statues with discernible body parts, but more exotic variants have occurred based on the proclivities of the animator. These creations are usually easy to disrupt and are only a serious threat in large quantities.

Egon's Notes:Edit

Skulls seem like a bit of a cliche to use as a weapon, but they seem to function fairly efficiently as an animated projectile. The hard frontal bone can withstand pretty serious impact before cracking.

Ray's Tips:Edit

Don't lose your nerve, these aren't nearly as bad as they look. Use the Shock Blast to blast them out of the sky with ease.

Supplemental DataEdit

The art page can be found in the Museum, during the "Stumbling Along the Trail..." section. It is hidden in a very small animal statue at the top of the stairs, just after the skull room en route to the Egyptian section.

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of SlimeEdit

The Flying Skulls come in all three colored auras. They attack in swarms.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ScreamerSkullsLoadingScreenTip.png

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