|Locations||The Dungeons of Doom|
|Monster Parts||pseudopod, puddle|
|Manuel||blob of acid|
This is a creature that appears to be made of quivering, acidic goo. It leaves little etch-marks in the floor as it slides toward you, with the intent to leave big etch-marks in you.
It etches you in the <face>. Sketchy. Ugh! Ow! Ugh! Ow!
It slides over and dissolves your <bung>. Man, I hope that grows back. Ugh! Argh! Argh! Ow! Oof!
It envelops your head and eats away most of your scalp. Hey, at least you won't have dandruff anymore! Argh! Ow!
It tries to etch you, but can't seem to connect. Sketchy.
It starts to dissolve you, but you quickly put on a yarmulke and braid your hair. No acidic goo for Hasidic Jews, after all.
It tries to steamroll over you, but manages only to etch "NO KILL I" in the floor with its acid. How confusing. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: magic whistle (15.3% chance)*|
|You gain 14.5 <substat>.|
Occurs in The Dungeons of Doom.
- A successful attack with your weapon has a chance of corroding your weapon:
|You acquire an effect: Corroded Weapon|
(duration: 5 Adventures)
- This monster appears statistically equivalent to the lowercase B.
- The attack messages "It etches you..." and "It tries to etch you...", each followed by "Sketchy", are a reference to the children's toy Etch-A-Sketch.
- As with everything else that occurs in the Dungeons of Doom, this is a reference to the computer game NetHack.
- "NO KILL I" is a reference to the Star Trek episode "The Devil in the Dark", in which a blob like alien called a Horta secretes acid to write the words "NO KILL I."
- It is also a reference to the fact that you can be protected from monster attacks in NetHack if you engrave the word "ELBERETH" on the ground where you're standing.