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|Aesthic Changes = Removes the wielder's head
 
|Aesthic Changes = Removes the wielder's head
 
|Behavioral Changes = None
 
|Behavioral Changes = None
|Synonyms = None Known}}The adjective '''Headless '''makes the wielder lose their head. Strangely, a Headless [[:Category:Humanoids|Humanoid]] can still wear [[Hat|hats]], [[Glasses|glasses]], and [[Beard|facial hair]]. It seems as though the stomach area is considered as the head, as headgear is placed around it.
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|Synonyms = Decapitated}}The adjective '''Headless '''makes the wielder lose their head. Strangely, a Headless [[:Category:Humanoids|Humanoid]] can still wear [[Hat|hats]], [[Glasses|glasses]], and [[Beard|facial hair]]. It seems as though the stomach area is considered as the head, as headgear is placed around it.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 20:06, October 18, 2012

Headless

Aesthetic Changes

None

Behavioral Changes

None

Synonyms

Decapitated

Available in

Super Scribblenauts, Scribblenauts Remix, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Scribblenauts Unmasked, Scribblenauts Showdown, Scribblenauts Mega Pack

The adjective Headless makes the wielder lose their head. Strangely, a Headless Humanoid can still wear hats, glasses, and facial hair. It seems as though the stomach area is considered as the head, as headgear is placed around it.

Trivia

  • A Shoggoth will lose the antennas on the top part of its body, this is because the head is attached to the body, and not a seperate piece.
  • Dragons can still breathe fire without their heads.
  • A Hydra, Cerberus, or Scylla will lose all three (four in Scylla's case) heads instead of just one.
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