|Hello, my baby|
I'm a singing, dancing frog!
Croaker meets crooner.
Increases item and Meat drops from monsters
Can breathe underwater
|Ultimate Cage Match||Scavenger Hunt||Obstacle Course||Hide and Seek|+30% Meat Drop 4-5 MP +4 Muscle statgain +15% Item Drop +4 Mysticality statgain 8-10 HP +2 Moxie statgain *Hover for details
|Can breathe underwater|
- Regular messages:
- <name> does a little tap-dance while he sings, "by a waterfall, I'm calling you-hoo-hoo-hoo." You remind him not to go chasing waterfalls, and he winks at you.
- <name> dances while singing, "what else could I be? It's all a ball of cheese!" then he drops back into a squat, ribbits, and winks at you.
- <name> does a little soft shoe and sings, "hello, my baby, hello, my honey, hello, my ragtime gal!" Then he winks at you. It's the best song about PMS you've ever heard.
- Enthroned in the Crown of Thrones:
- Bjornified in the Buddy Bjorn:
- With lucky Tam O'Shanter equipped:
- <Name> winks one of its nictitating membranes from beneath the Tam O'Shanter.
- With miniature gravy-covered maypole equipped:
- <Name> does a series of impressive high-kicks around the Maypole with his delicious, delicious legs.
- With wax lips equipped:
- <Name> sticks his tongue through the Wax Lips and snags a fly.
- None. This familiar has no weaknesses.
- A fairly strong comparison might be drawn between this familiar and Michigan J. Frog, but it's purely a coincidence. Really.
- One of his combat messages refers to the classic tune penned by Irving Kahal and Sammy Fain and the TLC song Waterfalls.
- The message "what else could I be? It's all a ball of cheese!" is a misheard lyric from Nirvana's All Apologies, with "all a ball of cheese" replacing the title.
- The message "hello, my baby, hello, my honey, hello, my ragtime gal!" is from the Arthur Collin's song "Hello! Ma Baby" (written by J. Howard and I Emerson) and is part of the cartoon One Froggy Evening.
- Ragtime is a style of music which became popular in the United States in the 1890s, usually characterized by its syncopation (or 'ragged' use) of various styles and rhythms.
- The Crown of Thrones message of singing a song about how hard it is to be green is a reference to Kermit the Frog.