- "What the hell, NoLegs? Where did you find such creepy equipment?"
- ―Natalie, Epic Battle Fantasy 5
The Human Skull set is composed of a skull of a young human child and his broken femur bone. Two feeble red lights burn in the empty eye cavities of the skull.
The Human Skull is a support weapon focused around its ability to spread Bad Luck and Defence debuffs. Stat wise, it provides a mediocre boost to both Attack and Magic Attack, along with a small boost to Magic Defence. While the weapon also improves the strength of debuffs (which affects the defence debuff the weapon itself inflicts), this effect is somewhat minor since NoLegs is arguably the worst debuffer of the party (due to not being able to learn neither Debilitate, Enfeeble, Bind nor Flare). It can summon The Reaper between turns, which has low accuracy but has a high chance of inflicting Instant Death. Despite NoLegs' relatively low debuff capabilities, the Human Skull does have a great chance of inflicting a moderately high defence debuff and reliably inflicts Bad Luck, meaning it can be used with Swift Slash to spread those statuses. Regardless, the player may also wish to use a different piece of equipment for this general role.
Found inside a chest in the Mystic Woods, the chest is hidden behind the trees.
| The cursed skull of a young human child.
|Spells & Statuses|
|Power||Chance Modifier||Attack Status|
- The Human Skull can be considered part of a subset of bone-themed weapons in EBF5, along with The Deceased, Kaladanda, Club of Withering and Spine Snapper. Other than their visual appearance, their common themes include being focused around debuffs, being able to inflict either Instant Death or Doom (be it directly or through bonus/auto skills), having relatively bad stat bonuses (except for the Kaladanda) and being Non-elemental (except for the Spine Snapper).