|Anger Man's Level
|arm, head, leg, torso
You encounter an empty suit of armor, trudging forward of its own accord. You try to go around it, and it abruptly changes directions, blocking your way. You try to go behind it, and it reverses directions.
This is going to get annoying in a hurry. Correction: This is already annoying. It is going to get infuriating.
He asks you to turn down the television. You have to try thirty different remote controls before you find the right one. You try to throw it across the room, but trip and give yourself a rugburn on your knee.Oof! (hot damage)
He makes you heat up a cup of coffee for him in a microwave. You lash out at the needlessly complicated controls and end up burning yourself.Oof! (hot damage)
He forces you to fill his car up with gas. You grow enraged at the inconsistent, outdated, and poorly-designed interface on the gas pump. Oof! (hot damage)
You close your eyes and count to ten.
You press the heels of your palms into your eyes until you see lights. It distracts you. It calms you down.
You put your fingers in your ears and hold your breath until you can hear your heartbeat.
You turn away and take a deep breath. (FUMBLE!)
You feel a sharp pain in your back -- the knight somehow managed to get behind you and stab you!
|You acquire an item: blue pixel (80% chance)*
|You acquire an item: blue pixel (70% chance)*
|You acquire an item: white pixel (60% chance)*
|You acquire an item: pixel power cell
Occurs at Anger Man's Level
- The special attack seems to do 90 to 100 damage every round.
- Monster appearance is that of a "Darknut" (Dark Knight) from The Legend of Zelda.
- The description refers to its movement patterns within the aforementioned game, and how getting behind it to attack can often be a frustrating endeavor, as described here.