|Locations||The Icy Peak|
|Monster Parts||head, leg, tail, torso|
This is a ram that has modified itself so it can survive at high altitudes. It also runs faster and crashes less frequently than your average ram.
It charges at you. You manage to avoid it, but you do so by falling into a really, really cold snowbank. Brrrrrrrrrrr. (cold damage)
It butts you in the <foot> with its big curly horns. Ow! Ouch! Argh! Ooh! Ouch!
The ram charges at you and knocks you high into the air with his horns. As you fall, he knocks you into the air again. This goes on for a long time, and then you see the words "200-Hit Combo!" appear in yellow letters above the ram's head. Eek! Ooh! Ugh! Oof! Ouch!
It charges at you, but since two of its legs are shorter than the other two, it ends up veering off to the right and missing you.
The ram charges at you, but loses its footing and tumbles down the side of Mt. McLargeHuge. How embarrassing. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 80-120 Meat. (average: 100, stdev: 8.56)*|
|You acquire an item: Ram's Face Lager (29.5% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: Mt. McLargeHuge oyster (? chance)*|
|You acquire an item: ram horns (4.6% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: ram stick (4.8% chance)*|
|You gain 26-27 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Icy Peak.
- The '200-hit combo' refers to certain fighting video games that allow one player to knock the other player helplessly into the air and hit them several times before they land. This text may specifically refer to Marvel vs. Capcom I, a game which has 100+ hit combos and orange-yellow numbers that count the number of hits in the current combo. Also, several fighting games have infinite "juggle" combos; in those games one can keep striking an airborne opponent indefinitely by repeating using a specfic attack or a specific series of attacks.
- The line "It also runs faster and crashes less than your average ram" is a play on the computer term Random Access Memory, or RAM.
- The miss message about two legs being shorter is a reference to the sidehill gouger, a goat-like creature from American folklore which lives on high mountains and has shorter legs on one side. Depending on which side, they can only go around the mountain peak either clockwise or counterclockwise.