this horrorshow familiar
spills red, red kroovy.
Attacks enemies (using ultraviolence)
Ability: An attack familiar. It causes all the fill-in-the-blank body part references (i.e. "You drop your kentucky-fried meat sword on your <body part>") to change to Nadsat slang from A Clockwork Orange.
|Ultimate Cage Match||Scavenger Hunt||Obstacle Course||Hide and Seek|+15% Meat Drop 4-5 MP +3 Muscle statgain +15% Item Drop +3 Mysticality statgain 18-20HP +2 Moxie statgain *Hover for details
|Cannot breathe underwater|
- Regular messages:
- <name> delivers a horrorshow tolchok to your opponent's gulliver, doing X damage.
- <name> repeatedly kicks your opponent in the stomach for X damage, while singing 'Singing in the Rain.'
- <name> produces a real cutthroat britva, slicing your opponent up for X damage before rolling around in the red, red kroovy.
- <name> smecks cruelly and gives your opponent a bit of the old ultraviolence, doing X damage.
- <name> whips out his oozy and chains your opponent right in the glazzies for X damage.
- Enthroned in the Crown of Thrones
- Bjornified in the Buddy Bjorn:
- With lucky Tam O'Shanter equipped:
- <name> delivers one last powerful kick, and grabs a little more cutter, O my brothers.
- With miniature gravy-covered maypole equipped:
- O, my brothers, <name> fillies around the maypole like a real grazhny malchikiwik.
- With wax lips equipped:
- O, my droogies, <name> grins a real horrorshow grin with his wax goobers.
- When entered in an Obstacle Course:
- <name> doesn't do very well in the obstacle course, because <name> believes in destroying obstacles, not avoiding them.
- The Clockwork Grapefruit begins with its familiar name as 6655321 instead of any of the usual names.
- Damage (regardless of message) is X/2 rounded up to X+6, where X is the familiar weight.
- The grapefruit attacks 50% of the time, regardless of weight. Each of its attacks are equally likely.
- The name of this familiar is a pun on the Anthony Burgess book A Clockwork Orange which provided the original story for the Stanley Kubrick cult classic film of the same name.
- This familiar's haiku also alludes to Alex, the main character of A Clockwork Orange, who found pleasure in acts of extreme violence (among other things), which he called ultraviolence.
- The "Singing in the Rain" line refers to a scene in the movie where Alex terrorizes an old man while singing that song.
- The last line of the haiku refers to a song by Rob Zombie, called Never Gonna Stop (Red Red Kroovy), which was also used by the WWE as the entrance music for pro-wrestler Edge.
- The word "kroovy" is similar to "krovvy," which means "blood" in the Nadsat slang used by the characters in A Clockwork Orange Also in the haiku, "horrorshow" simply means "good".
- The default name for this familiar (unlike "Tort" or another similar name) is "6655321", which is Alex's prisoner ID number in the novel (in the movie, his number is "655321").
- The combat messages generated by this familiar also contain Nadsat slang. Here are their translations:
- <name> delivers a good hit to your opponent's head, doing X damage.
- <name> produces a real cutthroat razor, slicing your opponent up for X damage before rolling around in the red, red blood.
- <name> laughs cruelly and gives your opponent a bit of the old ultraviolence, doing X damage.
- <name> whips out his chain and chains your opponent right in the eyes for X damage.
- <name> delivers one last powerful kick, and grabs a little more money, O my brothers.
- O, my brothers, <name> fools/plays around the maypole like a real dirty boy.
- O, my friends, <name> grins a real good grin with his wax lips.