Spooky gravy fairy ninja
|Spooky gravy fairy ninja|
|Locations||The Spooky Gravy Barrow|
|Monster Parts||arm, head, stem|
You're standing in one of the chambers of the Spooky Gravy Barrow, trying to get your bearings, when you hear a faint, almost imperceptible noise behind you. You turn around just in time to see a Spooky Gravy Fairy Ninja swooping down at you from the shadows with a tiny, needle-sharp sword!
He throws a tiny ninja star at you, and it hits you right in the eye. Man, that stings! Ooh! Eek! Ooh! Ooh! (spooky damage)
He makes an elaborate ninja hand-gesture. Nothing appears to happen... maybe he's just spookily flipping you off?
He stabs you in the <knee> with his tiny ninja sword. Surprisingly, the pain in your left knee clears up a bit.
He fades into the shadows so thoroughly that you can't find him. The upshot is that he can't hit you, since you're standing near a torch. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: spooky mushroom (39.4% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: teeny-tiny ninja stars (5.1% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: tiny ninja sword (5.2% chance)*|
|You gain 16-17 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Spooky Gravy Barrow.
- The elaborate hand gestures might be a reference to the popular manga and anime series Naruto when the characters use hand gestures in order to perform many ninjutsu techniques.
- "Hi-keeba!" was used as a martial-arts battle cry in the film Women of the Prehistoric Planet, as seen on Mystery Science Theater 3000. The same cry was later uttered during "Cave Dwellers" by Tom Servo on MST3K.
- The critical hit message is a reference to South Park's episode "Good times with weapons" where the boys are playing ninja and Kenny throws a real ninja star in Butters's eye. Butters proceeds to yell: AAAAAH MAN! THAT STINGS!
- The second miss message refers to an ancient traditional Chinese technique Acupuncture. It is generally believed that through acupuncture, stress can be released from your body by placing very thin needles in certain locations.