You're fighting a completely different spider
In the Sleazy Back Alley, you are attacked by a completely different spider than the big creepy spider that you may or may not have already been attacked by. Yikes! Step on Spider!
Critical Hit Message:
It does whatever a spider can, which in this case includes sinking its fangs into your <lower back>. Ugh! Ouch!
It does whatever a spider can, including encasing you in gooey, acidic webbing. Ouch! Ugh! Ugh!
It sinks its venomy fangs into your tender foot. Fangs a lot, dude. Argh!
It spins a web (any size) and catches you just like a fly. Look out, here comes that spider, man. You writhe around trying to free yourself, and eventually fall to the ground. Twenty feet to the ground. Ooh!
It starts to sink its fangs into your <lower back>, but some dude with eight arms shows up and stops it.
It gets all frustrated at trying to balance being a spider with a girlfriend and a career, and its webslingers quit working.
It tries to spear you with a venemous mandible, but you're immune to dactyl-based damage (look it up, I'm not your damn search engine).
It spins a web to ensnare you, but gets scared midway through and ends up spooling all of its web fiber onto the ground. Someone should make a hilarious cartoon along those lines.
|You gain 4-6 Meat (average: 5, stdev: 0.71)*|
Occurs in The Sleazy Back Alley.
You are poisoned by the attack...
- A successful attack from this monster has a chance of poisoning you:
- "Step on spider" is a quote from the song Spider, by They Might Be Giants.
- The combat messages refer to the comic book super hero Spider-Man. The emphasis on the girlfriend, the career and the webslingers not working is the non-Doctor Octopus side plot of the movie Spider-Man 2.
- "Does whatever a spider can" is from the lyrics for the television theme for Spider-Man.
- The fumble phrase comes from The Far Side comics in which one spider scares another and its web fibers spool onto the ground.