Nancy Renoir was the former queen of the Canopy Kingdom, wife of King Franz, mother to Umbrella and Parasoul, and the last owner of the Skull Heart before Marie. Queen Nancy wished for peace between the warring kingdoms. Her wish was granted when their armies formed an alliance with her husband, the King. However, she was destroyed in the process. It was because of that tragic event that Parasoul decided that she should destroy the Skull Heart so no one could repeat the tragedy her mother met.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 8-A, likely higher, potentially higher

Name: Queen Nancy Renoir, The Skullgirl

Origin: Skullgirls

Gender: Female

Age: Unknown

Classification: Skullgirl

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Regeneration (Low-High should her body be destroyed but not the Skull Heart), Flight, Necromancy, Telekinesis, Power Absorption, Arcane Magic, Energy Shields, Shadow Manipulation

Attack Potency: At least Multi-City Block level, likely higher (Credited with being the most powerful Skullgirl ever created, which would put her far above the likes of Marie Korbel), potentially higher (Had the Canopy Kingdom, the Chess Kingdom, and the Gigan Nation not been forced to unite against her she would have eventually grown strong enough to destroy the world)

Speed: At least Hypersonic

Lifting Strength: At least Class M (Should be superior to Marie, who was able to lift a massive skyscraper with only a fraction of the Skull Heart's power)

Striking Strength: At least Multi-City Block Class, likely higher, potentially higher

Durability: At least Multi-City Block level, likely higher, potentially higher

Stamina: Extremely High

Range: Thousands of kilometers

Standard Equipment: Skull Heart

Intelligence: High

Weaknesses: None notable


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  • Skullgirls content revision/downgrade

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    • @Cal A lot of people told me that seeing a 4-D timeline as 2-D would make the character who sees it as such High 2-A though?
    • It’s another way of transcending a timeline. It’s undoubtedly a higher dimensional feat, but the level of higher dimensionality becomes up to debate.