BRICKO bat (monster)
|Locations||using a BRICKO bat|
|Monster Parts||brick, eye, wing|
You toss the BRICKO bat into the air. Instead of falling to earth you know not where, it flaps its little wings and divebombs your head. I guess whether made of flesh, pixels, or plastic, bats are totally lame.
It smacks a wing into your belfry. Er, I mean, your <arm>. Oof! Eek! Oof!
It buffets you with its plastic wings. Unlike leathery wings, these are all sharp corners. Ooh! Eek! Argh!
It flies overhead and several smaller bricks fall out, bonking you in the noggin. Huh. BRICKO guano is a lot less gross, but more painful. Eek! Ow! Ugh!
It flips upside down and becomes an angry crab in a cute little hat. Then it pinches you in the thigh and the head. Oof! Argh! Ouch!
It tries to smack you in the belfry, but you're not in the belfry.
It squeaks menacingly. Well, it squeaks, anyway.
It smacks you with a wing brick, which breaks off. You tell it to take the broken wing and learn to fly again.
It tries to bite you, but can't. And its bark isn't particularly menacing, either.
It flips upside down ,and can't decide if it's a bat, or an angry crab in a little hat. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 17-18 <substat>.|
|You acquire an item: BRICKO brick (50% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: BRICKO brick (30% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: BRICKO brick (10% chance)*|
- The introductory text references a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, which begins with the line "I shot an arrow into the air / It fell to earth, I knew not where".
- The pixelated bats mentioned in the introductory text exist elsewhere in the Kingdom.
- The broken wing miss message references The Beatles' song "Blackbird".