You're fighting a 7-Foot Dwarf
This is one of the unusually tall Dwarves who works Itznotyerzitz Mine. You know what they'd call this Dwarf in Paris? A Royale Dwarf.
Critical Hit Message:
He picks a fight with you, and fights with his pick. Argh! Oof!
He pulls out a smaller pick and nitpicks you in the <foot>. Ugh! Argh!
He flies off the handle and hits you with the handle of his pick. Man, you wish he'd learn to play the guitar and stop picking on you. Argh! Ugh! Argh! Ooh! Eek!
He shines the light on his helmet straight into your eyes, blinding you. Now you're revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night. Argh! Ugh! Argh! Ow! Ouch!
He sheathes his pick and pulls out a dwarven axe. He throws the axe at you and it buries itself in your eye. Man, you didn't axe for this much hassle.Ooh! Oof! Ugh! Ouch!
He tries to pick on you, but misses.
He tries to nitpick you, but your nits steadily refuse to be picked.
He tries to hit you with his pick, but the head flies off the handle before he can connect. Man, he should be careful about flying off the handle like that.
He tries to blind you with his helmet light, but can't seem to get it revved up properly.
He starts to pick on you again, but is distracted when one of the dwarvish call-girls walks by. He greets her with the traditional "hi, ho," before going back to work.
Occurs at Itznotyerzitz Mine.
- The "Royale dwarf" joke comes from the famous exchange about what they call Quarter Pounders in France from Pulp Fiction.
- "Revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night" is from the chorus to a well-known cover of the Bruce Springsteen song Blinded By The Light, done by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.
- The pickaxe head miss message may be a reference to RuneScape, where when mining, the pickaxe head may go flying without warning.
- The dwarf may be a reference to Captain Carrot from the Discworld series, who is a six-foot, six-inch adopted dwarf who is the heir of the throne of Ankh-Morpork, and thus, is royalty.