From Unofficial Handbook of the Virtue Universe
Skelros is a NPC character found in AE missions. He is used as a henchman and for background stories. A rank and file villain, he is free to be used in other AE missions, info given below on his stats, and his history expanded.
As a Union of Dire Ambition super-villain, Skelros rose to a position of great authority; although little has been revealed about the Union's command structure, he was shown to be subordinate only to The Monarch - the supreme leader of the Union - and The Assembly of Thirteen, a governing body within the Union which conducts trials of members that commit infractions. He was served by a small army of henchmen called Skullmen.
At some point he had a falling out with the Union. The conditions of this split are unknown, but it is known that the Union and Skelros openly battle. Currently, Skelros is high on the Union's "Most Wanted" list for all active operatives.
At some point, before or after his split with the Union is unclear, he founded a group of villains called Entropy Legion. The Entropy Legion was active right around the time Skelros became estranged with the Union, so it might be the creation of the Legion that caused the split, or Skelros created the Legion after the split. Currently the truth of the situation is unclear. Skelros lost leadership of the Legion when one of its members, Radium Blight, took control. Now Skelros is hunted by the Legion too.
With the Union and Entropy Legion, as well as Paragon City's heroes, after him, Skelros went underground and laid low. He was recently encountered by Hyperion Force when they raided "The Club with No Name." Skelros fought off Hyperion Force, along with other villains (ironically a Union and Entropy Legion member The Skunk was there, but unaware of Skelros's wanted status) at "the Club", but was ultimately defeated.
He was placed in the Zig for past crimes and warrants. It is currently unknown how long he will remain in the Zig.
Skelros is cold, calculating, intelligent and ruthless. He is egocentric and pretentious, which is perhaps his greatest weakness, he seems unaware of how he sometimes offends others, and is prone to underestimating them.
(work in progress)
Skelros started out as homage to Skeletor, but then morphed into another direction. His schemes and pomp is still based on the basic Skeletor personality but he is not Skeletor.
You can add Skelros for your own AE missions by copy and pasting the information found in the Critter Info Box into a plain text file from either WordPad (for PCs) or TextEdit (for Mac). Name the file and change the extension to .critter. Critter files are nothing more than plain text files with .critter as its file extension, so you can also edit other critter files this way too.
Next, add the file to your Custom Critter folder in the CoH section of your hard drive. For PCs the folder is typically c drive > Program Files > coh > Custom Critter. For a Mac, you right click on the CoH program, typically found in the Applications folder, and chose Show Package Contents. You then navigate Contents > Resources > transgaming > c_drive > coh > Custom_Critter
|Critter Info box|
|Primals||Heroes||Baron von Munchausen • Centigrade 0 • Congressionalist • Diamondskin • Doctor Spectro • Stromstruss|
|Vigilantes||Max Byzantine • Orange Blur • Scorpitron|
|Villains||Mutanimal • Nuclear Breakdown • Radium Blight • Raging Toro • Skelros • Thermodymaniac • Voltage Master|
|Rogues||Diamondbrute • Jade Recluse • Relativity Paradox|
|Praetorians||Responsibility Loyalist||Isotopic Virtue|
|Power Loyalist||Professor Umbra|
|Warden Resistance||Indigo Streak|