|Monster Parts||head, tentacle|
This is a big white squid. It lazily floats around, making "bloop bloop" noises while extending and contracting its tentacles. No big threat.
It lazily smacks you with one of its lazily blooping tentacles. Yawn. I mean, ouch! Ugh! Ouch!
It lands on your head and releases a brief electric charge. Which is more pleasant than many other things it could have released. Oof! Ugh!
It swims (somehow) through the air toward you and pokes you with its pointy head. Ooh! Ouch!
It squirts a cloud of ink at you. Some of it gets in your eye and stings, if not like the dickens, then at least like the poe. Ooh! Ouch! Eek!
It swims through the air around you, creating a vortex. You get sucked into the sky, then dropped on your head. You forget the piano lessons you had as a child. Ugh! Ouch! Ow!
It tries to lazily smack you with a tentacle, but you somewhat less lazily dodge.
It tries to give you an electric shock, but appears to be out of juice.
It squirts a cloud of ink at you, but you dodge.
It tries to poke you with its pointy head, but you dodge.
It starts to swim over and attack you again, but you point out that you're not underwater. When it realizes that, it falls to the ground and twitches for a while. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: white pixel (80% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: white pixel (70% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: white pixel (60% chance)*|
|You gain 6-7 <substat>.|
Occurs at 8-Bit Realm.
- Bloopers were common underwater monsters in the 1985 NES game, Super Mario Bros.
- The hit text describing how the attack "stings, if not like the dickens, then at least like the poe" is wordplay referring to famous authors Charles Dickens and Edgar Allan Poe.
- The hit text describing the Blooper swimming through the air refers to some later levels of Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, which did actually contain airborne Bloopers.