Skull and Crossbones

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Skull and Crossbones
Icon Skull and Crossbones
Type Artifact
Requirement(s) Club
Found in Scurvy Docks
Used in Scurvy Docks
Appears in MediEvil: Resurrection MediEvil: Resurrection
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The Skull and Crossbones were a symbol of piracy that often appeared on pirate flags.


In order to reach the Haunted Ruins, Sir Dan had to obtain the Dragon Armour in the possession of the Dragon King who lived on Dragon Island. To reach the island, he needed to procure a boat from Scurvy Docks' Harbour Master. However, the Harbour Master was only interested in serving pirates, forcing Dan to find a way to disguise himself as one. As part of this effort, Sir Dan had to find a flag with the skull and crossbones. Eventually he found one on a smuggler's ship near the Scurvy Docks.


Unlike the other parts of the disguise, the Skull and Crossbones is not worn by Dan, he simply needs to have it in his possession whilst talking to the Harbour Master. Dan will need the rest of the disguise including the Pirate's Hat, Seagull, and Wooden Leg in order to finish the level.


In other languages

Language Name Meaning
French (France) Crâne et tibias -
German Piratenflagge Pirate Flag
Italian Teschio e ossa incrociate -
Spanish (Spain) Calavera pirata Pirate Skull and Crossbones


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