|Locations||The Dungeons of Doom|
|Monster Parts||arm, head, leg, torso|
|Bounty||worthless piece of yellow glass|
This is a large kobold, differentiated from other kobolds by the fact that it is large. Too bad for you you didn't encounter a small kosubmissive.
He boldly bites where no monster has bitten before. Yup. Ow. Argh! Ugh! Ugh! Ow!
He bites you in the <lower back>. You have to make up new slang to describe how bad it hurts. Ouch! Eek! Ooh! Ooh!
The kobold teaches you the meaning of the words "large" and "bold" as it boldly gives you a large bruise on your <throat>. Argh! Argh! Oof!
He tries to boldly bite where no monster has bitten before, but can't find any place on you that's not pre-bitten.
He tries to bite you in the shin, but all the bakers at dawn keep him from connecting.
The kobold runs at you, but you do that thing where you put your hand on his forehead and he just keeps running in place trying to get to you. Ha ha, kobold. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: ring of aggravate monster (14.8% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: small box (40.0% chance)*|
- If you are on the appropriate bounty hunt:
|You acquire an item: worthless piece of yellow glass (100% chance)*|
- If you have the Monster Manuel installed in your quest log:
|You acquire an item: kobold kibble (??% chance)*|
|You gain 14.25 <substat>.|
Occurs in The Dungeons of Doom.
- This monster appears statistically equivalent to the lowercase K.
- As with everything else in the Dungeons of Doom, this is a reference to the computer game NetHack.
- Kobolds are tricky creatures popularized by games such as Dungeons & Dragons.
- "To boldly bite where no monster has bitten before" is a tribute to the 1960s television series Star Trek, in which a voice-over narration during the opening credits ended with the phrase "To boldly go where no man has gone before."
- "All the bakers at dawn" is a reference to a lyric from the song "New Slang" by The Shins, from their 2001 album Oh, Inverted World: "God speed all the bakers at dawn..."