Cursed Skull

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Cursed Skull
Cursed Skull.png Old-gen Console, Mobile, 3DS versions
Statistics
TypeUndead Enemy – Flying Enemy
EnvironmentDungeon
AI TypeFlying AI
Damage35 / 70 (62) Desktop VersionConsole Version
Max Life40 / 80 (88) Desktop VersionConsole Version
Defense6
KB Resist80% / 82% Desktop VersionConsole Version
Inflicts debuffCursed.pngCursed 33% chance
Debuff duration4 seconds / 8 seconds Desktop VersionConsole Version
Debuff tooltipCannot use any items
Immune toConfused.pngPoisoned.pngVenom.pngOn Fire!.pngCursed Inferno.pngShadowflame.png
BannerCursed Skull Banner.pngCursed Skull BannerDesktop VersionConsole Version
Drops
CoinsSilver Coin 50 Copper Coin
Item (Quantity)Rate
Golden Key.pngGolden Key 1.53%
Bone.pngBone (1-3 / 2-6 Desktop VersionConsole Version) 98.07% / 100% Desktop VersionConsole Version
Nazar.pngNazar1% / 2% Desktop VersionConsole Version
Bone Wand.pngBone Wand0.4%
Tally Counter.pngTally CounterDesktop VersionConsole Version1%
Old-gen console version Mobile Version 3DS version Old-gen console / Mobile / 3DS Exclusive Variant
Dragon Skull
Dragon Skull.png
Statistics
TypeFlying Enemy
Damage20
Max Life150
Defense8
Drops
CoinsGold Coin
Item (Quantity)Rate
Golden Key.pngGolden Key Old-gen console version 1.5%
Mobile Version100%
Bone.pngBone (1-3) 98.5%

The Cursed Skull (and the Dragon Skull on Old-gen console version Old-gen console, Mobile version Mobile, and 3DS version3DS) is a flying enemy found only in the Dungeon. It is similar to the Meteor Head, with high damage, slow speed, and the ability to travel through tiles. It floats slowly towards the player, occasionally stopping to float in a circle around them for a while, before suddenly lunging forward to attack. When striking a player, the Cursed Skull has a small chance to apply the Cursed debuff. This renders the player unable to use items, including Weapons, Potions, and Grappling Hooks, making it very difficult to avoid further damage.

Cursed Skulls are immune to the Poisoned, On Fire!, Venom, Shadowflame, Confused, and Cursed Inferno debuffs. They are much more likely to appear in Dungeon areas where there are Brick Walls.

Note[edit | edit source]

Mobile version Mobile-Only Content: This information applies only to the Mobile version of Terraria.
  • Dragon Skulls are guaranteed to drop a Gold Key and a gold coin. This is likely because of the low rarity and high difficulty of Dragon Skulls.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Cursed Skulls can be attacked through walls with melee weapons. Weapons with long range like Spears work well. This may, however, result in drops being trapped inside of the wall beyond the player's reach.
  • Cursed Skulls and Dragon Skulls can, rather rarely, drop more than 3/6 Desktop VersionConsole Version Bones when defeated.
  • If you are farming for the Nazar, then Cursed Skulls are the way to go, since the seem to spawn more often than the few other enemies that drop the Nazar.

History[edit | edit source]

  • Desktop 1.0.5:
    • Doesn't make a splash sound when hitting water now.
    • Can now pass through walls.
    • Life increased from 30 to 40, damage increased from 25 to 35, defense decreased from 30 to 6.
    • Name changed from Burning Skull to Cursed Skull.
    • Sprite modified, flaming animation removed.
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