Octopus gardener

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Octopus gardener
Monster ID 738
Locations An Octopus's Garden
Hit Points 600
Attack 425
Defense 360
No-Hit 435
Initiative 200
Meat 80-120
Phylum fish
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts arm, head
Drops
octopus's spade, sea radish, soggy seed packet, straw hat
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
octopus gardener You're fighting an octopus gardener

This octopus is at least four times as efficient as a regular gardener. It can hold a rake, spade, shovel, hoe, tiller, aerator, seed bag, and bottle of weed killer all at the same time. So it's basically the Swiss Army knife of gardening, but without the corkscrew.

Hit Message(s):

It whacks you with a hoe, in different area codes. Ow! Eek! Ugh!

It rakes you over the coals. Well, actually, just over the soil. Still, it hurts. Eek! Argh! Ow!

It aerates your eye. Yipe! Ooh! Argh! Ugh!

It whacks you with a spade. Ace! Eek! Oof! Ow!

Critical Hit Message:

It whacks you upside the head with a spade and downside the head with a rake. Well, at least the pain is symmetrical. Eek! Ooh! Ooh!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to whack you with a hoe, but you pimp-slap that hoe.

It tries to rake you, but you rakishly dodge.

It tries to aerate you, but you decline.

It tries to whack you with a spade, but you're aces at dodging.

Fumble Message:

It get its tentacles all tangled up in each other, until it falls comically to the ground. Stupid octopus. (FUMBLE!)


After Combat

Meat.gifYou gain 80-120 Meat (average: 100, stdev: 8.56)*
Gardenspade.gifYou acquire an item: octopus's spade (2% chance)*
Radish.gifYou acquire an item: sea radish (10% chance)*
Seeds.gifYou acquire an item: soggy seed packet (30% chance)*
Strawhat.gifYou acquire an item: straw hat (2% chance)*

Occurs at An Octopus's Garden.

Notes

References

  • The attack message with "a hoe in different area codes" is a pun that references the Ludacris song Area Codes.
  • The attack message with the spade is a reference to the song Ace of Spades by Motorhead.