|Locations||Menagerie Level 3|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
|Manuel||giant breath mint|
This is one of the Booze Giants from the Fluffy Cloud Kingdom, which was somehow captured by the Knob Goblin Mad Scientists.
He drunkenly karate-chops you in the <arm>. He probably wasn't aiming for that part, but it'll do. Eek! Ouch! Ouch! Oof!
He smacks you upside the <forehead> with a bottle of whiskey. An empty bottle. Oof! Ouch! Ugh! Ugh!
He showers you with vomit. You know how April showers bring May flowers? Well, vomit showers bring acidic corrosion (hey now, hey now now). Ooh! Ouch! Ouch! Ooh!
He puts his arm around you and says, "I love you, man. You're my besht friend." Unfortunately, since he's a giant, the hug almost squeezes your head off. Ugh! Argh!
He breaks the neck off a bottle and pokes you with its jagged shards. You sure wish his drinking jag hadn't ended like this. Man, what a jagoff. Ugh! Oof! Ouch! Ugh!
He tries to drunkenly karate-chop you, but gets dizzy and falls over.
He throws a bottle of whiskey at you, but you spin it around and wing it back at him.
He starts to vomit on you, but you dodge the vomit shower.
He tries to drunkenly stomp on you, but he's seeing double and stomps on the wrong you.
He breaks the neck off a bottle and attacks you with it. Wait -- looks like he broke the neck off the bottle on accident, and is now weeping about the loss of booze. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: bottle of gin (14.9% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: bottle of rum (16.3% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: bottle of tequila (13.6% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: bottle of vodka (14.5% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: bottle of whiskey (14.9% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: boxed wine (14.7% chance)*|
|You gain 19 <substat>.|
Occurs at Menagerie Level 3.
- The Booze Giant's attempts to "drunkenly karate-chop you" might be a reference to the martial arts style colloquially known as drunken fist, or to the Jackie Chan martial arts movie Drunken Master.
- The combat message about the vomit shower references two things; The saying "April showers bring May flowers", and the song "This Corrosion" by the Sisters of Mercy ("Hey now, hey now now, sing this corrosion to me").