A GOTO is a programming language instruction designed to shunt the program to a different part of the code. You don't know where this particular one directs to, or what will happen if you use it on a physical creature, or how any of this is even the slightest bit possible, but it might be fun to find out.
(In-game plural: GOTO statements)
|You hurl the GOTO at your opponent, who vanishes with an electronic squelch. You then feel a tap on your shoulder, and turn around to see it standing behind you, looking confused and annoyed.|
|You hurl the GOTO at your opponent, who vanishes with an electronic squelch. Hopefully the subroutine you sent them to is somewhere far away.|
- 30% of the time, allows you to freely run away without using an adventure. The rest of the time it will stagger your opponent.
- Used by Subject 37 to escape from Cobb's Knob Menagerie.
|TOP 10 GOTO collections|
6. General_Herpes - 1694 | 7. Olorin - 1596 | 8. Poncho the Sane - 1393 | 9. Mistress of the Obvious - 1337 | 10. TheFatMan - 916
Collection data courtesy of ePeterso2 and Jicken Wings