|Locations||The Misspelled Cemetary (Pre-Cyrpt)|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
This is a zobmie. He superficially resembles the zmobie, but is different in many subtle ways revealed only to the discerning eye. Two of which you don't possess.
He shambles toward you, moaning "braaaaaaains," but stumbles right past you. He stepped on your foot, though. Eek! Oof! (spooky damage)
He grabs your skull and starts munching on your brains. You forget the piano lessons you had as a child. Ooh! Argh!
He punhces you square in the throat. You've never been punhced so hard in your lief. Eek! Argh! (spooky damage)
He suddenly snaps and goes from a shamble to a sprint. He leaps on you, clawing and biting. What kind of a zobmie can move like that? Ugh! Ow! (spooky damage)
He tries to gouge you with his filthy undead fingernails, but you quickly give him an undead manicure.
He shambles toward you, moaning "braaaains," but you move aside and let him go through.
He grabs your skull and tries to munch your brains, but thankfully you're too hard-headed.
He tries to punhc you in the <face>, but is moving too slow to connect.
He suddenly snaps and goes from a shamble to a sprint. He leaps at you, flailing his arms rapidly. Fortunately, all that action puts too much stress on his decaying body and he collapses. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 28-40 Meat (average: 33.9, stdev: 2.8)*|
|You acquire an item: cranberries (28.0% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: cranberries (7.8% chance)*|
|You gain 3-4 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Misspelled Cemetary (Pre-Cyrpt).
- The 3rd attack and miss messages are similar to those of the zmobie.
- The critical hit message may be a reference to the Return of the Living Dead movies, which featured zombies that could run very quickly.
- The significance of the cranberry drop refers to the song Zombie by The Cranberries.
- The attack message which includes "but you move aside and let him go through." is a reference to Soul Coughing's "Super Bon Bon" which includes the repeated phrase "Move aside and let the man go through".