Summoned Skull (character)

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Summoned Skull
Summoned Skull
Corresponding cardSummoned Skull
English name
  • Summoned Skull
Anime debutYu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters episode 2: "Divide and Conquer"
Appears in
AnimeYu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters
Summoned Skull (character)

Summoned Skull is a character version of the "Summoned Skull" card, in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters anime.

Summoned Skull was the first monster that Solomon Muto acquired in the World of Capsule Monsters.


Summoned Skull was released from its capsule by Solomon Muto. From then on, Solomon was able to call Summoned Skull from a smaller capsule, by firing it from his Capsule Shooter.

Solomon found Téa Gardner and Tristan Taylor when they were being attacked by High Tide Gyojin. He commanded Summoned Skull to use a "Lightning Strike" attack, which electrocuted High Tide Gyojin and freed Téa, Tristan, Happy Lover and Thunder Kid from its twister.[1] The lightning from the attack caught the attention of Yugi Muto, allowing him to reunite with the group.[2]

Solomon prepared to call Summoned Skull when he and his allies were attacked by a pack of Flower Wolves. However the capsule had turned grey and could not be used, since Summoned Skull was a high-Level monster and therefore needed more time to recharge.[2] He was likewise unable to summon it when the group were surrounded by The Wandering Doomed and Wood Remains.[3]

At the Fortress of Fear, Solomon was finally able to call Summoned Skull, but it was unsuccessful in breaking the fortress wall. After the statues surrounding the fortress came to life, Summoned Skull battled with The Rock Spirit. Summoned Skull was overpowered, but later shielded by Dark Magician, as it performed "Magical Crossroads" to attack the four statues at once. The Rock Spirit managed to survive the attack and Summoned Skull was ordered to finish him off. The Rock Spirit pushed its way into Summoned Skull during the attack, causing both monsters to be destroyed together.[3]

Other appearances[edit]


  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters episode 2: "Divide and Conquer"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters episode 3: "Reunited at Last"
  3. 3.0 3.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters episode 4: "Fortress of Fear"