Grass Elemental

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Grass Elemental
Monster ID 90
Locations Menagerie Level 2
Hit Points 50
Attack 60
Defense 54
No-Hit 70
Initiative 60
Meat None
Phylum elemental
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts head
leaf of grass, folder (Ex-Files)
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
Grass Elemental You're fighting a Grass Elemental

This is a being composed of the physical manifestation of the essential grassiness of all that which is grass.

Hit Message(s):

It puts two of its blades in its mouth and lets loose a piercing whistle. Piercing your <arm>, to be specific. Ugh! Ugh! Eek! Ooh!

It smacks you in the <solar plexus>, leaving a stain that will be murder to get out. Oof! Ooh! Ouch!

It smacks you in the <neck> with a plaited-grass tentacle. Eek! Argh! Ouch!

It waves some freshly-cut blades of grass in your face. You have a sneezing fit and smack your <foot> on the wall while convulsing. Argh! Ugh! Eek! Ow!

Critical Hit Message:

It sprouts several scrubby-looking weeds and scratches you up one side and down the other. And then kind of sideways, from side to side. And then diagonally. (CRITICAL HIT!) Oof! Oof! Ugh!

Miss Message(s):

It snarls at you, but you read it Walt Whitman poems until it calms down.

It tries to smack you in the <nipple>, but leaves only a green smear.

It tries to smack you with a plaited-grass tentacle, but you do a lawnmower impersonation until it backs off.

It hits you with several leaves of grass. Wait, no it didn't. Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself.

Fumble Message:

It starts to attack again, but starts to turn brown around the edges and has to go sit under a sprinkler for a bit. Did I mention there's a sprinkler in this room? There totally is. It's right over there. (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Grassleaf.gifYou acquire an item: leaf of grass (15% chance)*
Folder1.gifYou acquire an item: folder (Ex-Files) (5% chance)*
You gain 15 <substat>.

Occurs at Menagerie Level 2



  • Walt Whitman, who is mentioned in an attack, authored a volume of 12 poems named Leaves of Grass.
  • "Do I contradict myself?/Very well then I contradict myself" is a line from Walt Whitman's poem, Song of Myself, which appears in Leaves of Grass.