Suckubus

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Suckubus
Monster ID 977
Locations Infernal Rackets Backstage
Hit Points 55
Attack 55
Defense 49
No-Hit 65
Initiative 30
Meat 32-48
Phylum demon
Elements hot
Resistance None
Monster Parts head, arm, leg, torso, horn, tail, wing
Drops
bus pass, folder (rainbow unicorn)
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
suckubus You're fighting a suckubus

This demon aspires to be that legendary seducer of the innocent, the succubus. But she's really, really bad at it. She clomps up to you, throws an arm around your shoulders, and shouts, "hey! Do ya live around here often? Well, enough small talk! Let's bump uglies!"

You're less than seduced, which means she's less than thrilled, which means you're less than unlikely to get in a fight.

Hit Message(s):

She leans in for a kiss and steps on your foot. Eek! Ouch!

She tries to give you a flirtatious hug, but cracks a couple of your ribs. Eek! Oof! (sleaze damage)

She hits on you. Specifically, she punches you in the <skull>. Argh! Ugh! (sleaze damage)

She cocks her head coquettishly and accidentally headbutts you. Oof! Eek!

Critical Hit Message:

She tries to give you a friendly swat on the butt, but ends up knocking you over, and into a nearby pond of fire. Yeowch! Argh! Argh! (hot damage)

Miss Message(s):

She leans in for a kiss, but you lean away.

She starts to hug you, but can't figure out where to put her arms. Man, she's bad at this.

She tries to cock her head coquettishly, but fails.

She tries to hit you, but is even worse at that than at hitting on you.

Fumble Message:

She stops to re-read a few chapters of "Being an Evil Seductress for Total Incompetent Morons." (FUMBLE!)


After Combat

Meat.gifYou gain 32-48 Meat (average: 40, stdev: 3.65)*
Librarycard.gifYou acquire an item: bus pass (20% chance)*
Folder1.gifYou acquire an item: folder (rainbow unicorn) (? chance)*
You gain 15 <substat>.

Occurs in Infernal Rackets Backstage

Notes

References

  • This is a reference to the mythical Succubus.
  • The fumble message is a reference to the popular Dummies series of books (and others of its ilk).