Panicking Knott Yeti

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Panicking Knott Yeti
Monster ID 1228
Locations The Mist-Shrouded Peak
Hit Points 90
Attack 105
Defense 92
Initiative 60
Meat 160-240
Phylum beast
Elements cold
Resistance  ?
Monster Parts head, arm, leg, torso
yeti fur
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
panicking Knott Yeti You're fighting a panicking Knott Yeti

Hit Message(s):

His fear doesn't prevent him from slashing you[sic] <elbow> with his freezing claws. Brrrrrrrrrrr. (cold damage)

His fear leads him to create a large patch of yellow snow in your vicinity. Pyew. Ouch! Oof! Ouch! (stench damage)

He tries to burrow into a snowbank, but only succeeds in kicking a bunch of ice into your <bung>. Brrrrrrrrrrr. (cold damage)

Critical Hit Message:

He lets loose a terrified roar, which starts an avalanche higher on the peak. You get run over by at least twelve inches of snow (a licky boom boom down). Oof! Ouch! Eek!

Miss Message(s):

He tries to slash you in the ankle, but gets distracted by his sheer terror.

He gets as scared of you as he is of whatever is creating this mist, and runs directly away from you.

He skitters around like an extremely scared yeti. Exactly like one, you might say.

Fumble Message:

He barrels toward you, but falls into a patch of deep snow. You kick back and enjoy watching him struggle to extricate himself. (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Meat.gifYou gain 160-240 Meat (average: 200, stdev: 16.73)*
Yetifur.gifYou acquire an item: yeti fur (30% chance)*
You gain 29 <substat>.

Occurs at The Mist-Shrouded Peak.


The message when encountering this monster is different each time:

  • First time:
    You start to ascend the steps to the Icy Peak, and are suddenly bowled over by a mass of fur and meat. You get up, brush the snow off your clothes, and turn to face your accuser. You know, the thing that accused you of having just been knocked over by it. Anyway.
    It's a yeti. A yeti that is scared of something. Something other than you.
  • Second time:
    Another attempt to go up those stairs, another case of getting knocked down by a panicking yeti.
    What are these things so afraid of?
  • Third time:
    For a third time you are knocked off your feet by a runaway yeti, and the third time isn't any more charming than the first two.
    "That's it," you say, "I have had it."
    The yeti doesn't care what you have or haven't had, though. He continues panicking and attacking you.


  • The critical hit message references the song Informer by Snow, as it contains the line "a licky boom boom down".