Striking Stocking-Stuffer Elf

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Striking Stocking-Stuffer Elf
Monster ID 321
Locations Crimbo Town Toy Factory (2005)
Hit Points Scales with player stats
Attack Scales with player stats
Defense Scales with player stats
Initiative 0
Meat None
Phylum elf
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts unknown
Drops
felt, googly eye, length of string, stuffing, toy wheel, wooden block
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
Striking Stocking-Stuffer Elf You're fighting a Striking Stocking-Stuffer Elf

This elf is in charge of stuffing stockings in the big sweatsho -- er, merry toy factory that Uncle Crimbo runs. Shoving toys into oversized socks day in and day out appears to have addled his brains more than a little bit. Not that anyone who eats nothing but candy all day is ever completely sane, that is.

Hit Message(s):

He stuffs your 'stocking' with sharp, pointy toys. Yeow! Ugh! Ouch! Ooh!

He smacks you in the <face> with a stocking full of sharp, pointy toys. Eek! Ooh! Ow! Oof! Eek!

He smacks you in the <arse> with an oversized sock full of oranges. The thin line between Crimbo and prison gets even thinner. Ugh! Ooh! Ow! Ow! Ow!

Miss Message(s):

He tries to stuff your stockings, but you're not wearing any. Darn it!

He swings a stocking at you, but you have more stock in dodging.

He swings a stocking full of oranges at you, but you leap out of the way.


After Combat

Felt.gifYou acquire an item: felt (10.6% chance)*
Googlyeye.gifYou acquire an item: googly eye (11.3% chance)*
String.gifYou acquire an item: length of string (10.3% chance)*
Dough.gifYou acquire an item: stuffing (10.9% chance)*
Woodwheel.gifYou acquire an item: toy wheel (11.1% chance)*
Tofu.gifYou acquire an item: wooden block (9.3% chance)*

Occurred at Crimbo Town Toy Factory (2005) (without Unionize The Elves sign equipped).

References

  • The failed attack message "Darn it!" is a play on the word "darn," the original meaning of which is "to mend."
  • The orange lines may refer to an episode of Family Guy in which the following conversation takes place:
Peter: Isn't that right, Bing Crosby?
Bing Crosby: That's right, Peter, and if your kids don't obey you can always beat them with a sack of Valencia oranges. They don't leave a bruise and your kids will always know who's the boss.
  • Also, in the Family Guy Christmas Special, Peter fills a sock with oranges and swings it around after the following conversation:
Peter: Can't we just tell 'em your mother died?
Lois: Peter, I won't lie about something like that.
Peter: Alright, alright, I'll kill your mother.
  • Being beaten with a bag of oranges is also a plot point in the movie The Grifters.
  • Andy Dick's character on NewsRadio also once threatened Joe Rogan's character with a sack of oranges, also claiming that they would not leave bruises.
  • Beating someone with a sack of oranges does in fact leave bruises. Even Valencia ones.