Warbear Foot Soldier

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Warbear Foot Soldier
Monster ID 1459
Locations WarBear Fortress (First Level)
Hit Points Scales
Attack Scales
Defense Scales with player stats
Initiative never
Meat None
Phylum beast
Elements None
Resistance  ?
Monster Parts unknown
Drops
warbear whosit
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
Warbear Foot Soldier You're fighting Warbear Foot Soldier

An armored polar bear sees you coming, clicks down the visor on his helmet with a whine of servo motors, and activates his laser axe. He doesn't seem to be here to wish you a Happy Crimbo.

or

A shiny metal ball taller than you rolls up to you as you step into the courtyard. It stops and unfolds itself into a towering armored bear, his chrome armor shot through with glowing streaks of an unidentified blue substance. Nothing about this situation looks encouraging.

or

An armored polar bear attacks you as soon as you step into the fortress's courtyard. He doesn't look inclined to offer you a Cloaca-Cola.

or

An armored polar bear sees you step into the courtyard, and hastily shoves a helmet on his fierce head, servos whining as the helmet clicks into the rest of the armor. This isn't the kind of polar bear who hangs out on an ice floe drinking Cloaca-Cola all day.

or

As you step into the courtyard, a huge polar bear covered in armor leaps out and roars at you, his voice modulated and distorted by the cybernetic enhancements in his helmet.

Hit Message(s):

The punches he throws at you get a little extra punch from his cybernetic armor. Eek! Ouch! (Supercold damage)

He blasts into the air with rocket-boots, then delivers a vicious flying kick. Ugh! Eek! (Supercold damage)

His laser axe makes a thrumthrumthrum as it swings through the air, and kind of a schlisk as it cuts through your <bung>. Ouch! Argh! (Supercold damage)

A little gun turret pops out of his shoulder armor and blasts you with buckshot. Ow! Oof! (Supercold damage)

He bites you with good ol'-fashioned, non-cybernetically-enhanced teeth. Some times the old ways are the best ways. Ooh! Oof! (Supercold damage)

He smashes you with a big metal gauntlet. The gauntlet has been thrown, and so have you, and you land on your arse. Eek! Ouch! (Supercold damage)

Critical Hit Message:

He grabs you up in a bear hug, cracking your ribs and squeezing your spine. Then to add injury to injury, he shoots taser darts into your foot and shocks the crap out of you. Oof! Argh! (Supercold damage)

Miss Message(s):

He tries to throw a punch at you, but his cybernetic armor is low on battery.

He tries to activate his rocket-boots, but pushes the wrong button and dumps his fuel supply instead.

His laser axe makes a thrumthrumthrum as it swings through the air. The hairs on the back of your neck stand up and crackle as it misses you by inches.

A little gun turret pops out of his shoulder armor, but it looks like it's out of ammo.

He tries to bite you, but the servo motors that retract its face shield are stuck and whine uselessly.

He smashes at you with a big metal gauntlet, but you're metal enough to dodge.

Fumble Message:

his[sic] cybernetic armor powers down, and without the servo motors assisting the armor's too heavy for him to carry. He collapses, comically, and waits for a field runner to bring a new battery pack. (FUMBLE!)


After Combat

Wbwhosit.gifYou acquire an item: warbear whosit (100%? chance)*

Occurs at WarBear Fortress (First Level).

Notes

  • Scales to your stats (min? max 10000).
  • Has a hard damage cap for each damage type equal to (A currently unknown value. It is not based on your level, your HP, or your mainstat).
  • At the start of the encounter, you take passive (Supercold damage) (roughly x% of the monster's attack).
It's so cold in here that your goosebumps have goosebumps, and those goosebumps have the shivers.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
Your blood starts to run cold--so cold that it almost stops running at all. Jeepers, it's freezing in here.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
What's cooler than being cool? Ice cold! What's colder than that, to a painful degree? The Warbear Fortress.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
Your face is so cold that your cheeks are going numb. If you smiled, they'd probably crack. It's stupid cold in here, man.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
Your breath forms clouds of mist in front of you, and then the mist crackles and falls to the ground. It's ridiculously cold here.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
You shudder in the supercooled air of the fortress.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
The tip of your nose is numb. You try and find a mirror so you can make sure it's not getting frostbite. Man, it's cold in here.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
You sneeze and ice particles rattle down at your feet. Man, this place is beyond freezing.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
Ice particles form in your nose, making your head ache. This place is seriously hella-cold.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
Dang, this place is cold.
HPYou lose some hit points. (Supercold damage)
  • Name is always <Scandinavian First Name> <Scandinavian First Name><Scandinavian Suffix> the Warbear Foot Soldier. The two Scandinavian First Names may be the same ("Klas Klastag" has been seen). See the names table below for examples.
Scandinavian First Name Scandinavian Suffix
Algot
Alrik
Alvar
Ansgar
Arvid
Bertil
Björn
Bork
Edvin
Erik
Eskil
Evert
Georg
Goran
Greger
Gustav
Halvard
Harald
Helmer
Henrik
Hilmar
Ingemar
Ingvar
Ivar
Jan
Jens
Kjell
Klas
Kristofer
Lars
Leif
Lennart
Melker
Nils
Olaf
Olle
Olof
Peder
Per
Petter
Ragnar
Rikard
Rolf
Rurik
Sigvard
Soren
Staffan
Sten
Stig
Sven
Torgny
Torkel
Ulf
Valfrid
Verner
Viggo
Viktor
Yngve
berg
bork
dotter
gren
lund
mån
sen
sön
søn
ström
tag

References

  • Armored polar bears with Scandinavian names are likely references to "His Dark Materials," a series of fantasy novels by Philip Pullman.
  • "What's cooler than being cool? Ice cold!" is a reference to the song, Hey Ya!, by OutKast.