Mob Penguin Smith
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|Mob Penguin Smith|
|Locations||The Grim Grimacite Site|
|Hit Points||Scales with player stats|
|Attack||Scales with player stats (Max 125)|
|Defense||Scales with player stats (Max 125)|
This is one of the Penguin Mafia's former pasta chefs -- they got drafted as blacksmiths when the Grimacite Site was established.
Now that the site is overrun with adventurers, he's getting back into the habit of cooking up some pain. Starting with you.
He shows you a special pasta spoon he's smithed, with your name on it. You take some pride in recievingArgh! Argh! Argh! Argh! Ow! Argh!such a personalized, hand-crafted beating.
He tries to summon up some gnocci to pelt you with, but just gets hot wads of Grimacite. He adapts pretty well. Ugh! Ow! Ow! Oof! Oof! (hot damage)
You watch with interest as he painstakingly smiths a Grimacite ingot into a finely-crafted pasta spoon, and then beats you about the head and neck with it. Oof! Ow! Oof! Ugh! Ow! Ooh!
He tries to summon up some gnocci to pelt you with, but gets niente instead.
He tries to summon a batch of noodles to entangle you with, but his old spell doesn't work the same way anymore.
He shows you a special pasta spoon he's smithed, with your name on it. He gets upset when you tell him your name isn't "Rocco".
He accidentally grabs the wrong end of his tongs (the hot end), and you receive an instructive lesson in the art of profanity. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 90-120 Meat.|
|You acquire an item: chunk of depleted Grimacite (?% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: iron pasta spoon (?% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: scroll of pasta summoning (?% chance)*|
|You gain some <substat>.|
Occurred at The Grim Grimacite Site.
- The miss message about his spell not working the same way is a reference to the change made to the Pastamancer spell Entangling Noodles on February 13, 2007.
- In the miss message about getting niente instead of gnocci, niente means nothing in Italian. In addition: in Sicily, the Italian region where mafia activity has been most heavily recorded and portrayed, niente is pronounced "gniente" - so it could be argued that "gniente" instead of "gnocchi" is a pun.