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22nd Sep '17 4:41:33 PM TroperDoper
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* The most common enemy from ''VideoGame/GrabbedByTheGhoulies''
18th Sep '17 3:30:00 PM Unicorndance
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* ''VideoGame/MoshiMonsters'' has a Moshling species called "Creepy Crooners", who are singing skeletons.
6th Sep '17 4:39:53 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** In the book, he was just a skull. Presumably, the animators gave him an upper torso so that he could gesture while speaking.



** Another Ray Harryhausen movie example: ''Film/The7thVoyageOfSinbad''. The Skeleton was later re-used in the aforementioned film.
** There (used to be) a ''most'' amusing video online of Phil Tippett, Harryhausen's SpiritualSuccessor of a sort, singing "Happy Birthday To Ray" - accompanied by the Skeletons.

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** Another Ray Harryhausen movie example: * ''Film/The7thVoyageOfSinbad''. The Skeleton was later re-used in the aforementioned film.
** There (used to be) a ''most'' amusing video online of Phil Tippett, Harryhausen's SpiritualSuccessor of a sort, singing "Happy Birthday To Ray" - accompanied by the Skeletons.
''Film/JasonAndTheArgonauts''
28th Aug '17 9:08:21 AM LadyNorbert
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** There's also Dekion, the skeletal Celestial Knight [[{{Curse}} Cursed]] due to his cowardice.

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** There's also Dekion, the skeletal Celestial Knight [[{{Curse}} Cursed]] {{curse}}d due to his cowardice.
28th Aug '17 9:07:20 AM LadyNorbert
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*** A [[{{Dracolich}} skeletal dragon]] appears as an encounter during the College of Winterhold questline during the quest "The Staff of Magnus". It's stupidly weak to magic (100% weakness) and flightless so using flame spells should get rid of it easily.

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*** A [[{{Dracolich}} skeletal dragon]] appears as an encounter during the College of Winterhold questline during the quest "The Staff of Magnus". Magnus." It's stupidly weak to magic (100% weakness) and flightless flightless, so using flame spells should get rid of it easily.



*** In "The Break of Dawn" quest for the Dadric Prince of Life Meridia, the Dragonborn must clear her temple of Corrupted Shades, the ghostly skeletons of Stormcloaks and Imperial Soldiers, commanded by the evil Malkoran [[TurnsRed who himself turns into one after he dies]]. Being skeletons, the Unrelenting Force shout merely stuns them and they pack a serious punch, especially to the unprepared.

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*** In the quest "The Break of Dawn" quest for the Dadric Daedric Prince of Life Meridia, the Dragonborn must clear her temple of Corrupted Shades, the ghostly skeletons of Stormcloaks and Imperial Soldiers, soldiers, commanded by the evil necromancer Malkoran [[TurnsRed ([[TurnsRed who himself turns into one after he dies]].dies]]). Being skeletons, the Unrelenting Force shout merely stuns them and they pack a serious punch, especially to the unprepared.



* Jacques is a side character in the ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'' comic ''Webcomic/CobwebAndStripes''. Unlike his [[WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} animated appearance]], however, he's not a bodybuilder.

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* Jacques is a side character in the ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'' comic ''Webcomic/CobwebAndStripes''. Unlike his [[WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} animated appearance]], however, he's not a bodybuilder.bodybuilder; he's the ghost of a circus performer.



* A recurring character in ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' is Jacques, a skeleton with a French accent who wears a beret and is mildly obsessed with building his muscles...of which he has none.

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* A recurring character in ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' is Jacques, a skeleton with a French accent who wears a beret and is mildly obsessed with building his muscles... of which he of course has none.
25th Aug '17 10:18:32 AM matruz
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* Horohoro from ''Manga/GalaxyExpress999'' episode "The Skeleton's Song"; after having his heart broken by the woman he was in love with, he slowly lost a part of his body every time she betrayed him until he is reduced to a living skeleton with a hole in place of his ribcage.

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* Horohoro from ''Manga/GalaxyExpress999'' episode "The Skeleton's Song"; after having his heart broken by the woman he was in love with, he slowly lost a one part of his body every time she betrayed him until he is was reduced to a living skeleton with a hole in place of his ribcage.
20th Aug '17 3:39:10 AM Jubileus57
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* ''VideoGame/MysteryCaseFiles'':
** In the bonus gameplay from ''13th Skull'', the Master Detective finds the skullless skeletal remains of Captain Crown's crew. [[spoiler:Placing their skulls atop of their head againt will animate them, and they will get revenge on their captain after that.]]
** The skeleton of the evaded prisoner in ''Shadow Lake'' will briefly wake up and attack the Master Detective before collapsing again right before hitting her.
20th Aug '17 3:34:45 AM Jubileus57
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Insaniquarium}}, Bilaterus is a skeletal alien consisting of two heads connected by four spines. There is also Vert the Skeleton, a [[DarkIsNotEvil pet]] that drops golden coins for the player to collect.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Insaniquarium}}, ''VideoGame/{{Insaniquarium}}'', Bilaterus is a skeletal alien consisting of two heads connected by four spines. There is also Vert the Skeleton, a [[DarkIsNotEvil pet]] that drops golden coins for the player to collect.
20th Aug '17 3:34:16 AM Jubileus57
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* Skeletons appear among the enemies in ''VideoGame/HypeTheTimeQuest''. Similarly to the Dry Bones from the ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' franchise, they collapse into a pile of bones when defeated, only to get back up a little while later.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Insaniquarium}}, Bilaterus is a skeletal alien consisting of two heads connected by four spines. There is also Vert the Skeleton, a [[DarkIsNotEvil pet]] that drops golden coins for the player to collect.
* Skeletons appear among the many, ''many'' enemies in ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}''. Thieves can also by a skeleton suit, which invokes this trope.
14th Aug '17 8:17:37 AM matruz
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* Horohoro from ''Manga/GalaxyExpress999'' episode "The Skeleton's Song"; after having his heart broken by the woman he was in love with, he slowly lost a part of his body every time she betrayed him until he is reduced to a living skeleton with a hole in place of his ribcage.
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