|Locations||The Dark Heart of the Woods and Pandamonium Slums|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso, eyebrow|
|Quest||heavy-duty bendy straw|
This thing used to be an Archfiend, until it failed in its evil duties and was cast down. Er, up. Let's call it sideways.
It kicks you with its big, flat feet. It's like getting smacked with an iron. A hot iron. Ouch! Ooh! Ow! (hot damage)
It stuffs you full of fattening, artificial food. You feel sick. Ow! Ouch! (hot damage)
It glares at you and the arches on its head flash a bright gold. "Now you will see my true power, adventurer," it says, and delivers a super-sized, grease-dripping, artery-clogging beat-down. Eek! Eek! Ouch! (hot damage)
It tries to kick you in the <ankle>, but its flat feet keep it from hurting you.
It tries to bite you, but stops to rub its poor flat feet.
It tries to kick you with its big, flat feet, but they just bounce off your big, flat head.
It tries to stuff you full of fattening food, but you're not a member of the fast food nation.
He glares at you and his arches glow a bright gold. "Now you will see my true... my true... ugh..." the fiend clutches his right arm, shouts "I'm comin', Elizabeth!" and falls down. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 36-54 Meat (average: 45, stdev: 4.06)*|
|You acquire an item: demon skin (15.6% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: evil golden arch (3% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: infernal insoles (6.8% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: pink slime (?% chance)*|
- If you have fulfilled the appropriate conditions:
|You acquire an item: heavy-duty bendy straw (100% chance)*|
|You gain 12-13 <substat>.|
- The heavy-duty bendy straw will only drop after defeating three Fallen Archfiends.
- You must speak to "Dakota" Fanning before doing so.
- On August 16th, 2010 this enemy's image was changed. Its original was :
- "Fallen arches" and "flat feet" refer to the same medical condition.
- The infernal insoles item drop is a further reference to this, as insoles can be worn to treat flat feet.
- His eyebrows look like the symbol for evil golden arches.
- "Golden Arches" have become synonymous for the McDonald's fast-food restaurant chain.
- The miss message about "a member of the fast food nation" refers to the book Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser, a book that exposes the evils of the fast food industry.
- "I'm comin', Elizabeth!", seen in the fumble message, was a catchphrase of Redd Foxx's character on Sanford and Son, who would frequently try to get out of situations by faking a heart attack.