|Locations||Outskirts of Camp Logging Camp|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
|Manuel||forest spirit rattle|
As you near the lumberjack camp, you are spirited away by this forest spirit. It used to live in the trees the lumberjacks cut down. Doesn't that make you sad? I thought it would, you hippy.
It sits on your shoulder. Your head is suddenly filled with the pain of a tree cut down in its prime. You smack yourself in the head for being a hippy. Ooh! (spooky damage)
It tilts its head to the right, then releases it with a loud clicking noise. It doesn't hurt that much, but it's sure irritating. Ow! (spooky damage)
The forest spirit leads you into a dark grove of trees, where you get bitten by a big wolf. It's a forest conspiracy, I tell you! Oof! Argh! (spooky damage)
It summons a bunch of its spirit buddies to harass you. The constant rattling noise from their heads drives you bonkers, but is a pretty lousy attack.
It tilts its head to the right, then releases it with a loud rattling noise. Apparently, that was an attack.
The forest spirit is overcome with its own sadness, and sits around sulking for a while. Ha ha. Mental illness is funny. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: forest tears (30% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: forest spirit rattle (25% chance)*|
|You gain 1 <substat>.|
Occurs at Outskirts of Camp Logging Camp.
- Both the image and the clicking hit/miss messages reference the Kodama ("tree spirits") from Hayao Miyazaki's movie Princess Mononoke, who make odd clicking noises by tilting their heads and snapping them back into place. The giant wolf in the critical hit message references the three large, intelligent wolves that live in the forest.
- ". . . you are spirited away by this forest spirit. . ." is a reference to Hayao Miyazaki's movie, Spirited Away.