|Locations||The Unquiet Garves|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
This is a grave rober. He steals things from graves. Well, mostly from the people in the graves.
He bangs you in the <solar plexus> with his spade. You now have pain in spades. Eek! Ooh!
He reaches over and steals a big hunk of your hair. I mean, hair is dead, after all. Oof! Oof! Oof!
He knocks you against a tombstone. You get pepperoni in your hair. Ow! Eek! Ouch!
He hits you in the <head> with his spade. And his club. And his heart. And his diamond. Ouch! Argh!
He spins around rapidly, extending his spade and his bag of stolen loot. The bag whacks up against your skull and the spade slices into your calf. You're still not dead, but you're not going for a walk anytime soon. Ouch! Ow!
He tries to hit you with his spade, but you dodge it. Ace!
He tries to steal your <face>, but realizes you're not dead.
He tries to knock you against a tombstone, but you're not his huckleberry.
He tries to hit you with his spade, but you tell him you heart him and that throws him off.
He starts to spin around rapidly, holding his bag and spade for a double-fisted strike! Fortunately, all that spinning makes him dizzy and he falls into one of the graves he's just dug up. Up which he has just dug. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: dead guy's watch (5.4% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: grave robbing shovel (8% or 50%* chance)*|
|You acquire an item: coffin lid (2.4% chance)*|
|You gain 4 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Unquiet Garves.
- The drop rate for the grave robbing shovel is higher while you need it for The Wizard of Ego quest, as stated on the February 8, 2007 episode of the Jick & Skully radio show. As a result, this is a conditional drop and cannot be guaranteed by a forced-drop attack.
- Hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades are the suits while an ace is a face value in a deck of cards.
- "...you're not his huckleberry" refers to a line spoken by Doc Holliday in the 1993 Revisionist Western, Tombstone.
- The hit message with "pepperoni in your hair" is a reference to Tombstone frozen pizzas.
- The critical hit message refers to the plague village scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail wherein "I'm not dead! I think I'll go for a walk!" is exclaimed.