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None of these monsters can be copied with a Spooky Putty sheet - trying gives "For some reason, you can't bring yourself to make a copy of this monster. It's just too... unique and special." Is it worth noting this here, or just on the SPS page? --Kareth 12:21, 4 March 2010 (UTC)

Put it on the SPS and each of the monsters. --Hippoking 16:05, 4 March 2010 (UTC)
SPS was already done, have just added a note to each of the monster pages. Thanks for the input. --Kareth 16:39, 4 March 2010 (UTC)

The non-consumable drops (except for the map) seem to be around 5% drop rate, in any case under 10%: missed about half with 1071-887% +items (dropping towards the end as some buffs ran out; altogether got 0/5 stingers, 3/6 wigs, 3/7 eyes, 6/7 pistils). A consumable from every fight, so assumably over 10%. A map -- a conditional of some kind, as hinted by CDM -- from the first encounter (beelephant), and none after that from another 24 fights. Leaving this abomination of spading here until some more consistent/methodical has been done. --Kitzschenius 20:12, 4 March 2010 (UTC)

These are scaling monsters. I just killed one at level 1 with a brand new AT account, got the +10 moxie boost and charged in with an accordion. 2/3/4 substats with 16 moxie and I didn't have a problem hitting it, and it isn't a stat day, so there's more figuring out to do. --Lostcalpolydude 07:15, 5 March 2010 (UTC)

Has anyone tried getting a semi-rare here? Dragonfly 17:00, 7 March 2010 (UTC)

Scaling applies to HP as well, confirmed with lvl3 AT. Monster HP is not a static 150hp. --Zeropointburn 01:42, 25 March 2010 (UTC)

The consumable drops look like 20%. I did 170 adv. at 400% +items and did not fail to receive the foods, while my clanmate ddintnst did have failures at 389.9% +items.--Serra725 19:22, 31 March 2010 (UTC)

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