|Locations||The Degrassi Knoll Bakery|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
This is a Gnollish Piebaker, one of the citizens of Degrassi Knoll who gets up each morning saying "Time to make the pies."
He sprinkles dill into a wad of dough and smacks you in the <kidney> with it. Ewww. Ooh! Ugh!
He opens a pie and releases four-and-twenty blackbirds, who peck you in the <neck>. Ooh! Argh!
He hits you with a sweet cherry pie. It hurts so bad it makes a grown man cry. Argh! Eek!
He hits you with a warm apple pie. It hurts as bad as that one time, in band camp... Oof! Oof!
He hits you with a rhubarb pie. You rue the fact that the barbs penetrate your skin. Eek! Eek!
He juggles three gigantic cream pies and sends them flying toward you. Looks like he has no regard for human life. Even his own. Ugh! Ouch!
He throws a cream pie at you, but you catch it and fling it right back.
He opens a pie and releases a bunch of blackbirds. But you tell 'em to take their sunken eyes and learn to see.
He tries to hit you with a sweet cherry pie, but you counter with a cool drink of water.
He tries to hit you with a warm apple pie, but for some reason there's a hole in the middle and it doesn't connect.
He tries to hit you with a rhubarb pie, but you're immune because you don't know what rhubarb is.
He produces a shepherd's pie and starts to throw it at you, but slips on a cow pie on the ground and falls over. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 21-31 Meat|
|You acquire an item: Gnollish pie server (25.3% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: Gnollish pie tin (49.8% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: skewer (50.7% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: wad of dough (49.4% chance)*|
|You gain 2-5 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Degrassi Knoll Bakery.
- Prior to the Degrassi Knoll revamp on August 27, 2013, this monster occurred in Degrassi Knoll and had the image:
- The encounter text refers to a commercial for the store Dunkin' Donuts, in which a baker rises early every day and moans, "Time to make the donuts".
- The miss text refers to the song Blackbird, by The Beatles: "Blackbird singing in the dead of night/Take these sunken eyes and learn to see".
- The hit message refers to an old nursery rhyme Sing a song of sixpence where four-and-twenty blackbirds are baked into a pie.
- The "warm apple pie" with "a hole in the middle" is a reference to the 1999 comedy American Pie. As is the line "one time at bandcamp"--there are many instances of that phrase in pop culture, and most originate from that film.
- The "sweet cherry pie" hit message is a reference to the song Cherry Pie, by the band Warrant.