|Locations||The Dark Elbow of the Woods and Pandamonium Slums|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso, wing|
A big red ninja with horns stands before you.
"I am the Demoninja," he says. "Allow me to demonstrate the myriad ways in which I can whoop your ass."
He demonstrates how easy it is to slice, dice, and make Julienne Fries of your ass. Argh! Ouch! Argh! Ow! (hot damage)
He demonstrates how easy it is to beat up a puny adventurer like yourself. Ow! Ow! (hot damage)
He pulls out a razor-sharp katana. "Now, this katana," he says, "will never need sharpening because it has our patent-pending, breathable, Infernium(tm) blade!" He swipes it across your <giblets> several times. "NOW how much would you pay?" Ouch! Ugh! Argh! (hot damage)
He demonstrates how even a big scary Demoninja can spectacularly fail to hit someone.
He demonstrates how ineffective it is to try to hit someone who is dodging for his/her life.
He demonstrates how hard it is to see to hit someone when you're wearing a ninja mask.
He demonstrates how hard it is to claw someone who is fleeing for his/her life.
He pulls out a katana and swishes it through the air. "See, this katana has our patent-pending Infernium blade, which is guaranteed to never break!" Of course, as he says that, the katana breaks in half. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 40-60 Meat (average: 50, stdev: 4.47)*|
|You acquire an item: demon skin (15.1% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: hot katana blade (30.6% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: ninja hot pants (6.7% chance)*|
|You gain 12 <substat>.|
- On August 16th, 2010 this enemy's image was changed. Its original was :
- "He demonstrates how sharp his sword is by monogramming your <calf>" is probably a reference to the masked vigilante Zorro, who was fond of using his sword to carve the letter "Z" into his opponent's clothes.
- The second hit message is a reference to the Veg-O-Matic, a kitchen gadget that inspired one of the earliest television infomercials. Part of its sales pitch was, "It slices, it dices, it makes julienne fries!"
- The critical hit message is reminiscent of the old infomercials for Ginsu brand knives. The phrase "NOW how much would you pay?" is one often used in infomercials.
- The fumble message may refer to a now-infamous clip of a home shopping channel salesperson injuring himself by accidentally breaking a katana blade on a tabletop while attempting to prove how sturdy it was.
- This monster's name is a play on words; he is both a demon ninja and a "demo" (i.e. demonstration) ninja.