Skeleton invader

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Skeleton invader
Monster ID 1001
Locations A Skeleton Invasion! (first day)
Hit Points 10
Attack 10
Defense 9
Initiative 50
Meat None
Phylum undead
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts arm, head, leg, torso
bone chips
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
skeleton invader You're fighting a skeleton invader

This skeleton has emerged from the earth beneath Seaside Town and commenced to make mischief. The particular mischief it seems bent on making right now is a kind involving beating you up.

Hit Message(s):

It invades your <elbow> with its first[sic].

It kicks you in the funnybone with a bone of its own that is decidedly not funny.

It bites you on the <ear>, and chips a tooth. One of your teeth, I mean. I was just listing two ways in which it hurt you.

It slaps you in the <bung>, and then in the <knee>, as though challenging those parts of you to some sort of <arm>-<giblets>duel[sic]?. And as though its hand was a glove, I guess.

Critical Hit Message:

It grabs your head in both of its hands and gnaws your face off. It takes you a few minutes to grow a new face, and boy, does it sting in the meantime. Argh! Ugh!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to invade your <groin> with its fist, but your <bung>'s defenses are too robust.

It tries to kick you in the <arse>, but stubs its toe. On something other than your <thigh>, I mean.

It tries to bite your <elbow>, but its dusty old teeth fall out before it can manage. Let this be a lesson, kids, about the importance of good oral hygiene.

It tries to smack you in the <solar plexus>, but smacks itself instead. What a bone-headed move, am I right?

Fumble Message:

It lunges toward you, but trips over a rock and comically falls to pieces. You enjoy a chuckle while it slowly reassembles itself. (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Bonechips.gifYou acquire an item: bone chips (30% chance)*

Occurred during A Skeleton Invasion! on the first day (with any amount of Monster Level) and afterwards (with no positive Monster Level)


You use the saw to try and remove some bones from your opponent, but the fossilized bones are so hard that it doesn't accomplish anything beyond dulling the saw.