|Locations||The Dire Warren|
|Monster Parts||head, leg, tail, torso|
This is one of the cute, fluffy bunnies that populate the Dire Warren. You're not entirely sure why it's called the Dire Warren, as you can't imagine any particularly dire circumstances (or straits) coming about because of these little things.
Nonetheless, it's probably safer to destroy it.
The bunny distracts you, and you stub your toe on a rock. Argh!
The bunny hops toward you. You jump backwards, but trip over your own feet, fall down, and hit your head on a rock. Oof!
The bunny absentmindedly chews on some grass. You attempt to do the same thing, but accidentally bite your tongue. Oof!
The fluffy bunny stares at you with cute little bunny eyes. It's so cute it hurts! Eek!
The bunny hops toward a nearby patch of clover. You jump backwards to avoid his attack, and step in a hole. You twist your ankle something fierce. Ugh!
The bunny tries to sneak around behind you and, umm, presumably bite you, or something, but you skitter sideways and avoid it.
The bunny hops two steps forward, but you hop two steps back.
The bunny hops toward you menacingly, but you stare it down and stop it in its tracks.
The fluffy bunny stares at you with cute little bunny eyes, but you stealthily avoid its dread gaze.
The bunny violently hops toward a nearby patch of clover, but you hide behind a shrubbery until it calms down again. Ni! (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 7-9 Meat (average: 8, stdev: 0.71)*|
|You acquire an item: bunny liver (75% chance)*|
|You gain 1 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Dire Warren.
- The description makes reference to the band Dire Straits.
- Several of the attack messages are references to the Bunny Hop.
- "The bunny hops two steps forward, but you hop two steps back." refers to the Paula Abdul duet Opposites Attract, whose chorus begins "I take two steps forward..." "...I take two steps back."
- The line about the bunny presumably trying to bite you is a reference to the "killer rabbit" in Monty Python & the Holy Grail. This is reaffirmed by the fumble message, which references the Knights Who Say Ni and their desire for shrubbery, from the same movie.
- This enemy, and the fact it is one of the first enemies encountered in the game, may be a spoof on the MMORPG cliché of forcing low-level players to fight ridiculously weak "monsters", such as rabbits.