|Locations||The Dark Elbow of the Woods, The Dark Heart of the Woods and Pandamonium Slums|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso, wing|
This is an imp dressed entirely in black leather bondage gear. He giggles in a way you're not entirely comfortable with. With which you're not entirely comfortable.
He pulls out a cat-o-nine tails and whips you with at least five of them. Ouch! Ow! Ouch! (hot damage)
He pulls out a ball gag and gags you with it. It's much worse than that one time you got gagged with a spoon. Ouch! Ooh! Ugh! (hot damage)
He pulls out a bullwhip and bullwhips you. Man, what a bunch of bull. Eek! Ow! (hot damage)
He disappears for a second, then comes back riding a motorcycle. No, wait, it's a chopper. He runs over you several times, until you feel like a thoroughly crashed Honda. Ugh! Argh! Ow! Ouch! Ouch! (hot damage)
He tries to crop you with a riding crop, but you leap aside and remain uncropped.
He pulls out a cat-o-nine tails, but can hit you with nary a tail. He probably should unzip the eyeholes on his mask.
He tries to gag you with a ball gag, but you're not having any of that funny business.
He tries to bullwhip you, but it doesn't work since you're not a bull.
He jumps on a nearby motorcycle -- no, wait, it's a chopper. He can't seem to find the keys to start it up, though, so he just sits there looking frustrated. (FUMBLE!)
Monster-Specific Hit Message when wielding a whip:
|You gain 24-36 Meat (average: 30, stdev: 2.83)*|
|You acquire an item: hot wing (30.0% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: Imp Ale (29.9% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: leather mask (7.7% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: vitamin G pill (?% chance)*|
|You gain 11-12 <substat>.|
- On August 16th, 2010, this enemy's image was changed. Its original was:
- Gimp, used in this case as a sexual term, was popularized by a minor character called "The Gimp" from the 1994 film, Pulp Fiction. The critical hit and fumble messages are also references to Pulp Fiction. Furthermore, in Pulp Fiction, two of the main characters are bound and fitted with ball gags.
- "He disappears for a second, then comes back riding a motorcycle. No, wait, it's a chopper." is also a reference to Pulp Fiction, when Bruce Willis character reminds his lover multiple times that his ride is indeed a chopper.
- "...gagged with a spoon" refers to the slang exclamation "Gag me with a spoon!", popularized by the Frank Zappa song, "Valley Girl".
- The ball gag miss, "you're not having any of that funny business," is a pun on the word gag, which is either something stuffed in your mouth to keep you from screaming and also a type of comedic display.
- The final sentence fragment is a rewrite of the previous sentence, so that it doesn't end with a preposition, a thing that grammar teachers are not fond of... er... a thing of which grammar teachers are not fond.