Clubberskull (デススカル Desusukaru) is a new enemy that appears in Kid Icarus: Uprising. They are creatures that are red and purple in coloration, and resembles a giant human heart with a single eye, and a demonic skull on each of its hands. The creature gets in close to deliver very powerful melee attacks, while at the same time, it can take a lot of punishment (according to the Kid Icarus Prima Official Game Guide, it has the highest amount of health of any non-boss enemy), making it one of the most dangerous enemies to encounter, especially in confined spaces with little room to move around or if health is low. Some Clubberskulls are sealed within a large skull and some chains, and will break out when attacked.
In Kid Icarus: Uprising
Clubberskulls are semi-rare foes found only in land battles. They first appear in The Reaper's Line of Sight on the floor of the area with the two swinging blades.
Clubberskulls possess unrivalled attack strength capable of destroying even high-level monsters. Because of this threat, they are normally sealed away, only attacking if disturbed. Leaving them alone is an extremely valid strategy.
In Super Smash Bros. 4
Clubberskulls appear in the 3DS version as an enemy in the Smash Run. Just like in Uprising, they are very powerful enemies that are difficult to defeat, but players can avoid them by not freeing the monsters of their skull prisons.
NA Version: These enormous beasts armed with giant skulls are usually kept locked up, but you can set them free by just by attacking them. We should mention, though, that you can't grab or launch them and they're super powerful. What? You already released it? Defeat it, then, and earn lots of stat boosts and prizes.
PAL Version: These enormous beasts armed with giant skulls are usually kept locked up, but you can get them to go on a rampage just by attacking them. Watch out, though - you can't grab or launch them, and they're ridiculously powerful. They'll even take out other enemies to get to you! Defeat them to get lots of stat boosts and prizes.