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  • Skull Island was an island in the Indian Ocean. Stone reefs were located off its coast and Skull Mountain was located on the island, along with a village, lake, and a great wall which separated the village from most of the island. Adventurer Mack Stanton kept a framed map of Skull Island on the wall of his office in San Francisco, USA.
  • Skull Island is a world in Kingdom Hearts II ½.
  • Skull Island, is a place with many amzaing creatures, from the movie King Kong. Monster at Wikia * Recent changes * * Subpages * Connections * Editing tutorial
  • It is a small, rocky, wind-swept island, and totally uninhabited, even by pirates from the surrounding islands. The island is so-named because the pirates of the Basilisks have taken to dumping the severed heads of their victims on its shores, which rot away into large piles of sun-bleached skulls.
  • Only very experienced groups travel here to hunt in the dungeon, as it is a very challenging dungeon. Getting here can be difficult if one has never been to the island before. One way to get there is to travel due south of the landing to Lizard Island. Another way is to travel directly southwest of the Andris Bridge.
  • Skull Island is one of at least two Hawaiian islands available for short-term rent somewhere near Wa Ta Lot Ta Hoie. It is right in the shadow of Pink Unicorn Island. Judging from its appearance and name, Skull Island is probably strongly associated with evil. It is much sought after by evil scientists as a remote island hideout, though it can also serve as a prime location for parties. Heinz Doofenshmirtz wanted to use this island as his hideout for his De-Evolution-inator scheme, but it was already booked for Jacob Bernstein's bar mitzvah, so he was forced to settle for Pink Unicorn Island.
  • Skull Island is a small island off the coast of Blood Island, and the hideout the notorious smuggler King Andre, and his right hand man, Cruff. The only way to the island was to charter the local ferryman, known as the Flying Welshman, who knew how to navigate the sea's trecherous mists.
  • In one mission, Mickey travels to Skull Island to deal with a machine that's turning Animatronic Captain Hook's pirate crew into robots. The player has three choices: filling the tanks with Thinner which destroys the machine, but won't turn the robotic victims back to normal. Filling them with Paint would reverse the process. Turn them back into pirates, and a chest for you to fill in with paint at the machine awaits. This will also unlock a movie clip in the Extra menu, or, the player may ignore or jam the machine entirely, opening up even more choices and quests upon Mickey's return to Ventureland.
  • After learning of Ann's disappearance, Denham and his crew came ashore and followed Kong. Along the way, they encountered a Stegosaurus and were attacked by a Brontosaurus while trying to cross a swamp. Eventually they came to a log spanning a chasm and tried to cross it. Kong noticed and grabbed the log bridge, tossing it into the pit below, along with every member of the search team except for first mate Jack Driscoll and Denham himself. Denham returned to the village to regroup with the members of the Venture crew that stayed behind, while Jack continued his pursuit of Kong. Meanwhile, a Tyrannosaurus rex attempted to eat Ann after Kong had set her down on a tree, prompting Kong to come to her rescue. After a vicious battle, Kong killed the T-Rex by breaking its jaws. Kong brought Ann t
  • Skull Island ate expeditions with all the appetite of the full-grown V. rexes that ruled the landmass in Kong’s absence. After a year of disastrous excursions and tragic loss of life, a properly prepared, jointly managed and financed effort was finally organized by the three biggest interested concerns. Lead by Carl Denham, this three-month expedition set out to systematically explore and document the island.
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  • Skull Island was an island in the Indian Ocean. Stone reefs were located off its coast and Skull Mountain was located on the island, along with a village, lake, and a great wall which separated the village from most of the island. Adventurer Mack Stanton kept a framed map of Skull Island on the wall of his office in San Francisco, USA.
  • Skull Island ate expeditions with all the appetite of the full-grown V. rexes that ruled the landmass in Kong’s absence. After a year of disastrous excursions and tragic loss of life, a properly prepared, jointly managed and financed effort was finally organized by the three biggest interested concerns. Lead by Carl Denham, this three-month expedition set out to systematically explore and document the island. Project Legacy – as it was called – suffered its own share of mishaps and attrition, but it was a far cry from the earlier, ill-founded attempts. The most important realization of this 1935 trip was the understanding that Skull Island was too new, too strange and, above all, too dangerous to explore and study in so short a space of time. With countless discoveries of new species and new behaviors every day, it became painfully clear that decades of study might scrape the surface of what the island had hidden from the world for so long. Project Legacy was expanded to a long-term study, with annual expeditions; the long-term goal was of establishing a permanent base of operations on the island. It was during the second incursion, in 1936, that the truth of Skull Island’s geological fragility became clear. A huge earthquake sank one part of the island, killing five team members. After careful exploration by a team of geologists, the expedition realized that Skull Island was a doomed oddity, a scab on the earth’s crust that was about to be scratched off. Kong’s brief appearance and destruction in Manhattan in 1933 paralleled the discovery and loss of the island. Barely fifteen years after its discovery, Skull Island and all its wondrous secrets were lost to the waves, the island torn to pieces by the same irresistible geologic force that had preserved it for so many eons. In the intervening years between revelation and oblivion, Skull Island hosted just seven short Project Legacy expeditions. When Skull Island finally succumbed to inevitability and sank, taking with it its mysterious people, monsters, and undiscovered history into the sea, the legend-become-reality became legend again. The secrets that were learned, in that short space of time, were all that would ever be revealed.
  • In one mission, Mickey travels to Skull Island to deal with a machine that's turning Animatronic Captain Hook's pirate crew into robots. The player has three choices: filling the tanks with Thinner which destroys the machine, but won't turn the robotic victims back to normal. Filling them with Paint would reverse the process. Turn them back into pirates, and a chest for you to fill in with paint at the machine awaits. This will also unlock a movie clip in the Extra menu, or, the player may ignore or jam the machine entirely, opening up even more choices and quests upon Mickey's return to Ventureland. The player must also find and erase 3 anchors, which are hidden in cave islands near the Skull Island, in order to free Smee's ship. This allows Mickey to ride to the Jolly Roger and face Captain Hook.
  • Skull Island is a world in Kingdom Hearts II ½.
  • Skull Island, is a place with many amzaing creatures, from the movie King Kong. Monster at Wikia * Recent changes * * Subpages * Connections * Editing tutorial
  • After learning of Ann's disappearance, Denham and his crew came ashore and followed Kong. Along the way, they encountered a Stegosaurus and were attacked by a Brontosaurus while trying to cross a swamp. Eventually they came to a log spanning a chasm and tried to cross it. Kong noticed and grabbed the log bridge, tossing it into the pit below, along with every member of the search team except for first mate Jack Driscoll and Denham himself. Denham returned to the village to regroup with the members of the Venture crew that stayed behind, while Jack continued his pursuit of Kong. Meanwhile, a Tyrannosaurus rex attempted to eat Ann after Kong had set her down on a tree, prompting Kong to come to her rescue. After a vicious battle, Kong killed the T-Rex by breaking its jaws. Kong brought Ann to his mountain lair, where he was attacked by after defeating the serpent, Kong brought Ann out to a cliff overlooking the island, only to be attacked by a Pteranodon. While Kong was distracted, Jack managed to rescue Ann, and the two of them jumped off the cliff into the water below. Kong followed the two back to the village, tearing down the wall and terrorizing the natives. Using their supply of gas bombs, Denham and his crew were able to knock Kong unconscious. Not willing to leave empty-handed, Denham decided to bring the unconscious Kong back to New York and put him on display. Kong was then loaded onto the Venture and taken to New York.
  • It is a small, rocky, wind-swept island, and totally uninhabited, even by pirates from the surrounding islands. The island is so-named because the pirates of the Basilisks have taken to dumping the severed heads of their victims on its shores, which rot away into large piles of sun-bleached skulls.
  • Only very experienced groups travel here to hunt in the dungeon, as it is a very challenging dungeon. Getting here can be difficult if one has never been to the island before. One way to get there is to travel due south of the landing to Lizard Island. Another way is to travel directly southwest of the Andris Bridge.
  • Skull Island is one of at least two Hawaiian islands available for short-term rent somewhere near Wa Ta Lot Ta Hoie. It is right in the shadow of Pink Unicorn Island. Judging from its appearance and name, Skull Island is probably strongly associated with evil. It is much sought after by evil scientists as a remote island hideout, though it can also serve as a prime location for parties. Heinz Doofenshmirtz wanted to use this island as his hideout for his De-Evolution-inator scheme, but it was already booked for Jacob Bernstein's bar mitzvah, so he was forced to settle for Pink Unicorn Island.
  • Skull Island is a small island off the coast of Blood Island, and the hideout the notorious smuggler King Andre, and his right hand man, Cruff. The only way to the island was to charter the local ferryman, known as the Flying Welshman, who knew how to navigate the sea's trecherous mists.
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