|Locations||The Mouldering Mansion|
|Hit Points||Scales with player stats|
|Attack||Scales with player stats (Max 125)|
|Defense||Scales with player stats|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso, tail|
This is a black, one-eyed cat that appears to have a deep-seated hatred for humanity. You're better off not knowing why -- it's not a pretty story. Let's just say he's used up most of his initial nine lives, and has decided to get revenge by using up your one.
The cat gives you a nasty scratch on the <solar plexus>. It hurts like a thousand knives, and nearly causes your death by misadventure.Oof! Argh! Argh! Ow!
The cat chews viciously on your <arse>. Apparently, you has a flavor. Argh! Ow! Ugh! Ooh!
The cat whips you with his tail. Nine times. Oof! Ugh! Ugh! Argh!
You try to dodge, but you're just too slow. The faster pussycat kills, kills you. Eek! Ouch! Eek! Argh!
The cat walks across your path. In your haste to avoid it, you trip over a nearby stepladder and smash your head into a mirror.
Eek! Ow! Ooh! Argh!
The cat goes out of control and tries to scratch your <face>, but you're a fist-fightin' son of a gun and easily fend him off.
The cat tries to claw your <neck>, but fortunately your contract has a "no claws" clause.
The cat tries to whip you with his tail, but you dodge all nine times.
The cat walks across your path, but fortunately you're not the superstitious sort.
The cat starts to attack you, but is suddenly distracted by a small yellow bird and a mouse wearing a sombrero. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: bottle of black cat tonic (20% chance)*|
|You gain some <substat>.|
Occurs at The Mouldering Mansion.
- The monster and image refer to the E.A. Poe short story The Black Cat.
- The "faster pussycat" hit message refers to Russ Meyer's movie Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!.
- The "you has a flavor" hit message refers to LOLcats, specifically this continuing submeme.
- The "whip you with his tail" messages refer to the "Cat o' nine tails," a type of whip used for punishment.
- The hit and miss messages containing "a thousand knives," "death by misadventure," and "fist-fightin' son of a gun" all refer to songs of those titles from Ted Nugent's Cat Scratch Fever album.
- The fumble message refers to Sylvester, who chased Tweety Bird and Speedy Gonzales through several Looney Tunes shorts.