|Locations||Laboratory, Science Lab|
This bugbear is a science officer aboard the bugbear mothership. And if you think those Cobb's Knob scientists get up to some crazy shenanigans (y'know, like creating creatures who destroy the world while they beg for death, wacky stuff like that), you won't believe what these guys get up to!
And once you've seen the dire evidence, and you do believe, you'll wish you hadn't and you didn't.
She tosses a genetically modified spider at you. It bites you, giving you a huge jolt of spider-pain but no superpowers. Ouch! Oof! Argh!
She shoots a freeze ray at you. It doesn't stop the world, and it sure doesn't stop your pain. Brrrrrrrrrrr. (cold damage)
She tosses a genetically modified strawberry at you, which explodes into delicious, but acidic, goo. Ugh!
She uses a mind-control ray to convince you to beat yourself up.Oof! Eek! Ugh!
She hits you with her latest invention: a half-to-death ray. A death ray probably would have been less painful, if more permanent. Oof! Ooh! Ow!
She tosses a genetically modified spider at you, but you tell her you prefer irradiated spiders.
She shoots a mind-control ray at you, but you've got no mind to control.
She shoots a freeze ray at you, but all it does is make your nipples stand up.
She tosses a genetically modified strawberry at you, but you deflect it and send it back to the strawberry fields, forever.
Hethrows open the switches on the sonic oscillator, and steps up the reactor power input three more points. All of which sounds impressive, but doesn't actually do anything. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: BURT (100% chance)*|
- The strawberry miss message is a reference to The Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever".
- The genetically modified spider hit and miss messages are a reference to the Spiderman origin story.
- The freeze ray hit message is a reference to Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.
- The sonic oscillator miss message is a reference to a scene in The Rocky Horror Show.