Calavera Necklace (カラベラネックレス Karabera Nekkuresu , lit. Skull Necklace) is an item found in Corpse Party -THE ANTHOLOGY- Sachiko no Ren'ai Yūgi ♥ Hysteric Birthday 2U and Corpse Party: Blood Drive. It is a skeleton-shaped necklace made of wires, silver foam, and silver chains.
Corpse Party -THE ANTHOLOGY- Sachiko no Ren'ai Yūgi ♥ Hysteric Birthday 2UEdit
#8; Today's the Day, Farewell Edit
The Calavera Necklace was given from everyone who was trapped in Heavenly Host Elementary School to Sachiko Shinozaki as a birthday present. The Calavera contains the message, "May you be free and merry in the afterlife." It was given in the hopes that Sachiko's soul may earn some rest.
Corpse Party: Blood Drive Edit
CHAPTER 07『 Determination 』 Edit
The Calavera Necklace is used by Sachiko to perform Fact Loop, rewinding the time and repeating the same event before Satoshi Mochida and others died in Heavenly Host. Ayumi Shinozaki experienced a déjà vu sensation, feeling familiar with the object even though she couldn't remember the details. When Ayumi asked about it, Sachiko referred it as "her treasure."
However, performing Fact Loop consumed all Sachiko's spirit energy and as Sachiko "died" (and lost her corporeal form in the process). Sachiko gripped the necklace tightly in her hand as if it were a rosary. The Calavera's promise was fulfilled; Sachiko is able to pass on with peace, knowing that she has done something good for once.
- Even though Sachiko was supposed to pass on by the end of Corpse Party (PC, PSP, iOS, 3DS), she remained close to Ayumi without her knowing.
- It's believed that only White Sachiko passed on in the first game, while the Red Sachiko still felt remorse and was unable to rest in peace.
- 5pb. was selling a replica of the necklace at Comic Market 82. The necklace is 24 inches long and it is made of brass. This item was sold for 8,000 Yen ($86 USD), but people who missed it were able to purchase it for 8,400 Yen ($90 USD) at their online store.
- Calavera is Spanish for “skull”. It is a representation of human skull made from either sugar or clay, used in Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead and the Roman Catholic holiday All Souls Day.