Donho's Bubbly Ballad (effect)
You've got a bubbly song stuck in your head. The bubbles are moving from your head to your lungs, making it easier for you to adjust to great depths. And they will see you adjusting to such great depths. Come up now, they'll say. But not too fast. You'll get the bends.
Makes you a better diver
- Hearing the Accordion Thief song Donho's Bubbly Ballad (5-20 Adventures).
- Recording of Donho's Bubbly Ballad (20 Adventures)
- single of Donho's Bubbly Ballad (10 Adventures)
- Reduces the underwater pressure penalties by up to 20%.
- After winning a fight underwater with a cozy bazooka equipped and this effect active:
- You wobble back and forth and sing along with Donho's Bubbly Ballad, pretending your bazooka is a guitar. A passing eel throws you a dollar.
|You acquire an item: sand dollar|
- The description refers to "Such Great Heights" by The Postal Service, except with the directions reversed.
- The item's name is a reference to Don Ho, a popular musician of the 1960's and his most famous song, "Tiny Bubbles", released in 1966.
- The bends – a painful affliction that occurs when someone who has been deep-diving returns to surface pressure too fast – is, in fact, caused by tiny bubbles. In the blood.