During these rituals, the natives of Skull Island kidnap the victim and tie them tightly onto an altar, they then light fires across the length of the wall, to alert Kong of the event. They beat their wooden posts, and they start chanting "Kong", and they then lower their Victim down on the long bridge. Kong arrives soon afterward, and takes his new partner.
In October, 1933, a sacrifice was held on Skull Island, during which they gave Ann Darrow, who was on the island to shoot a film with the director Carl Denham, to Kong. It seems Ann was the only woman given to Kong in years who actually survived the dangers of Skull Island, though it is possible this is only because she only spent a day on the island.
Before the BeautyEdit
Before the arrival of "Beauty", previous sacrifice rituals have been made for Kong. It is unknown how often a sacrifice is held, but it is known that there have been others before Ann Darrow's/Dwan's, due to the many Skeletons seen when Ann/Dwan is taking by Kong. It is unknown if any of the Native women on the Island are also used as Sacrifices.
The sacrifice in all three movies are different.
After escaping Skull Island after their initial arrival, while on the SS Venture, Ann is kidnapped by the natives that traveled from the Island using a canoe. After returning Ann to the island, she is grabbed by the natives and dragged to the twin doors. She is then tied onto an altar with two stone posts.
While tied to the posts, all Ann could do is stand helplessly while waiting for Kong until she was grabbed and lifted by Kong and taken into the jungle.
Dwan is kidnapped in the same way as Ann. But unlike Ann's capture and return to the island, Dwan was drugged, dressed in a native outfit, and she is then carried past the giant twin doors to the altar. Dwan is then tied to two bamboo sticks, while drugged, using some sort of rope with leaves on them which did not seem very strong.
Dwan, due to her still being intoxicated, could not escape the bamboo sticks. Dwan awaited the arrival of Kong and he grabbed her and carried her away.
Ann's sacrifice is very different from the 1933 and 1976 method. After escaping the island after their first arrival, the natives of Skull Island pursued the SS Venture using their own vaulting poles to vault onto the ship. The natives located Ann's cabin and captured her. Ann is then dragged all the way to the top of the wall, and tied to a bridge which the natives use for sacrifices. A skull necklace is then placed around her neck. She tries to stop the posts from moving, but she is then lowered down to the Altar across the other side.
Ann tried to break free of her bonds until Kong arrives after hearing Ann scream. Kong then lifts up Ann, breaks her free of her bonds, and carries her off into the jungle.
Peter Jackson's King Kong The Official Game of the MovieEdit
You will Awake and tied on the post,you can see Ann Hanged in a Bridge and Kong appears and came to get Ann.Carl appears and is going to untie you from those ropes and you will follow Kong and the Natives will spear you,Carl will discuss happened to Hayes they get separated and still alive you will go to the area where a door without one lever Jack will Spear the Bushes in order for him to get the lever but Jack and Carl will be attacked by a Venatosaur Jack and Carl will hide in the cave and watch the Venatosaurus and the Neopede fight,Jack take a Spear and Kill the Venatosaurus and the Neopede but another Venatosaurus and a Neopede appears and Jack kills them both and two impavidus venatosaurus appears and Jack kills it.now get the lever put it on the post and open the door you will travel to the next level.
- Female chosen by natives
- Ann Darrow
- Native Chief (Deceased)
- Witch King (Deceased)
- Ape Masked Man
- Sharwoman (Deceased)
- Feral Child (Deceased)
- Skull Island Pole Vaulterer (Deceased)