Talk:The Haunted Bedroom
- 1 stat scaling?
- 2 encounters/items
- 3 Moxie Skill
- 4 Mysticality Skills
- 5 Muscle Skills
- 6 Stats
- 7 Entrance requirements
- 8 The muscle moxie and mysticality substat is not 300 it is 200
- 9 Combat Encounters
- 10 Antique Hand Mirror
- 11 are the monster levels right?
- 12 New Monster???
- 13 Obsolete Note
- 14 Separate entries
- 15 One Rustic Nightstand
Well, I got what I could done. Some minor formatting and adding in the class specifics for each class is still needed. --DrEvi1 01:00, 21 September 2006 (EST)
If you equip the spectacles, you will find something under the mohagany stand (it differs per class) --Dmex 18:59, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
I'm tired of getting beaten up, and I'm still in HC. Someone else can take this one!
ornate nightstand: bottom(???) top(meat) behind(one time item) simple wooden nightstand: investigate jewlery(fight mistress) top(large moxie substat gain) bottom(one time: ballroom key [In the drawer, you find a key and a tiny piece of yellowed adhesive tape. This must have been taped to the bottom of the top drawer, and fallen off when you disturbed it.]) Fine mahogany nightstand: top(old coin purse) under(???) bottom(fight) Simple white nightstand: kick(fight) top(wallet) bottom(large mysticality substat gain) --Chaos five 17:49, 20 September 2006 (CDT) here's what I got so far
- In the Haunted Bedroom, you come across a simple white nightstand.
- What will you do with it?
- Look in the top drawer->
- You open the top drawer of the nightstand and find an old wallet. Score!
- Look in the bottom drawer->200 muscle
- Kick it and see what happens-> fight white animated nightstand
- top -> 500-600 meat
- bottom -> 200 myst
- behind -> spectacles
- In the Haunted Bedroom of Spookyraven Manor, you find a fine mahogany nightstand.
- What would you like to do with it?
- Check the top drawer->
- You open the top drawer of the nightstand and find an old coin purse. Score!
- Check the bottom drawer -> fight with stand
- Look under the nightstand -> English to A. F. U. E. Dictionary (with glasses equipped), Nothing (without glasses equipped)
wooden w/ costume jewlery:
- In the Haunted Bedroom, you find a simple wooden nightstand, the top of which is covered with what seem to be piles of cheap costume jewelry.
- What would you like to do?
- Check the top drawer->
- As you open the top drawer, you hear a clinking sound from deeper inside the nightstand.
- In the top drawer of the nightstand, you find a paperback of the... shall we say... racy variety. Looks like Lady Spookyraven was a little more adventurous than the historians gave her credit for!
- You flip through the book, and even a cursory glance teaches you a few things you didn't know about the art of love. Moxious!
- Check the bottom drawer->
Before checking top drawer:
- This drawer seems to be empty. What a disappointment.
After checking top drawer: Spookyraven ballroom key
- Investigate the jewelry->jilted mistress
--Toffile 17:58, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
- The only one that I seem to have trouble with is checking under the mahogany dresser.--Toffile 18:18, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
- EDIT-My bad, totally forgot that it was Moxie day.--Odjn 18:38, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
- Odjn, today is a Moxie day. 300 should be 200 on a normal day.--Toffile 20:02, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
- I found a tattered wolf standard under the mahogany dresser. It's a quest item.--Discordia 19:10, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
"Anyway. You work out with it for a while, but it's all rusty and decayed, and it crumbles into powder. Your grip does feel stronger, though. You gain 45 Beefiness." I'm level 7 with 75 (95 buff) muscle. Is that normal? Also, this page is a mess. --Cpryd001 00:02, 28 November 2006 (CST)
Yea it is a mess. "Anyway. You work out with it for a while, but it's all rusty and decayed, and it crumbles into powder. Your grip does feel stronger, though. You gain 240 Muscleboundness." My Mysticality(main skill) is 202(159 unbuffed) and my muscle is 149(107 unbuffed). It doesn't max out at 200 apparently. --Eidlyn 18:55, 9 March 2007 (CST)
- The 9th of March was a Muscle day. Theory disproven. :D --Emtu 02:06, 10 March 2007 (CST)
Something's not right:"In the top drawer of the nightstand, you find a paperback of the... shall we say... racy variety. Looks like Lady Spookyraven was a little more adventurous than the historians gave her credit for!
You flip through the book, and even a cursory glance teaches you a few things you didn't know about the art of love. Moxious! You gain 36 Chutzpah. You gain a Moxie point!" I'm a DB, my base MOX is 37. Are we sure the substat is floored at 50?--Muzugu 20:37, 29 November 2007 (CST)
- It seems that there are 3 encounters. 2 Nightstands and the Mistress. White nightstand drops cranky spirit, mahogany drops old leather purse and wallet. Mistress drops are unknown.--Toffile 18:18, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
[cleanup --Quietust 13:44, 21 September 2006 (CDT)]
I went ahead and made the two animated nightstands their own pages (based on my experience and what was here) and linked them on the main page. I called them [[animated nightstand (white)|white]] and [[animated nightstand (dark)|dark]]. I probably did something wrong, so feel free to clean them up or add hard numbers. --- rholliday 04:24, 21 September 2006 (CDT)
if you lookk behind the ornate and get the one time drop (accessory) then put it on and look under instead of getting nothing you'll get illegible sheet music which i don't what it does yet but i'm testing now
it's a quest item, doesn't have a use link, so i'm thinking that once you have it in your inventory you adventure somewhere else to make it work, i'm testing the rest of the new ares right now, it doesn't work in the conservatory with the goth music student--Warlok 18:47, 20 September 2006 (CDT)Warlok
-- You can use the sheet music in the Haunted Ballroom at a certain adventure (which I didn't remember the name because I'm an idiot). If you inspect the organ with the music in your inventory, you gain the skill: Tango of Terror. --Risrepkel 18:55, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
got the adventure from behind the curtain, i investigated the organ with the music, as a accordian thief and got the buff Dirge of Dreadfulness, so apparently there is more than one option here--Warlok 19:00, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Go talk to the first knite and get a new skill!--Fly boy42 19:02, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
-- Tango of Terror does 16 spooky damage for 8 MP (combat only) with a level 19 Disco Bandit. Not sure if the damage depends on anything else. Also, the "Watch the Dancers" option of the Curtains adventure nets you 150 moxie (225 since it's stat day). --Risrepkel 19:09, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
-- Dance cards drop from zombie dancers (I believe). When you use one, it disappears but allows the adventure "Rotting Matilda" to be available in the Haunted Ballroom. The adventure gives 288 moxie (432 stat day) and seems to appear once for every dance card you use. Note this doesn't appear immediately after usage. --Risrepkel 19:21, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
As a Pastamancer, obtaining the English to A.F.U.E. Dictionary here, and then reading chapter 3 of Ancient Forbidden Unspeakable Evil, a Love Story in the Haunted Librabry will net the skill Fearful Fettucini: Type: Combat MP Cost: 35 This spell summons a mass of fettucini noodles made not of semolina, or of farina, but of pure, uncut terror.
Fine Mahogany Nightstand fight: You open the bottom drawer of the nightstand, and see that it's full of... teeth? That's weird.
Once the nightstand jumps up at you and starts trying to bite you, though, it doesn't seem weird in context. You acquire an item: old leather wallet You acquire an item: old coin purse--Zeitgeist 21:20, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Ornately Carved Nightstand - look behind: You look behind the nightstand, and find an old pair of glasses. They must've fallen back there and gotten lost. You acquire an item: Lord Spookyraven's spectacles
Looking behind the ornately carved nightstand with the spectacles equipped: There's nothing else back there -- you have thoroughly looted the booty the backside of this nightstand has to offer.--Zeitgeist 21:31, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Ok I'm a sauceror and got the skill scarysauce, through same methodology as Zeit, same chapter same book everything. The skills is: Scarysauce Type: Buff MP Cost: 10
This spell coats you (or somebody else) with a writhing coating of sauce. But not any ordinary sauce -- sauce made of the very essence of fear. The overall effect is very spooky. The effect is: Scarysauce
You're coated from head to toe in a glistening layer of spooky sauce. You're like Midas, except with fear instead of gold. PS. I tried to impart some very crude and minimal organization on this page, without moving everyone's posts around. It is getting long enough that you should try to be conscious of this, and try to keep it at least vaguely organized, please. --Practitioner of Saucy Arts 00:27, 21 September 2006 (CDT)
- The effect it has is like a Saucesphere. When you are hit it deals spooky damage to the monster that hits you. The amount of damage returned seems to be relative to how much damage you take. Stronger hits return more damage.--Terrabull 01:10, 21 September 2006 (CDT)
Looking under the mahogany dresser with spectacles equipped (Turtle Tamer): Through Lord Spookyraven's glasses, you notice a strange green glow through the cracks in the floorboards. You move the nightstand out of the way and pull up a couple of the boards. Something's hidden under here! You acquire an item: tattered snake standard This is an ancient and threadbare battle standard with a faded depiction of a coiled-up snake on it. As standards go, you'd say this one's pretty substandard. Then you'd laugh, even though it wasn't actually all that funny. Cannot be discarded Quest Item--Zeitgeist 21:44, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
- Take it to the appropriate knight in Out in the Garden for a new(old) skill. TT only of course, other classes have other... things to do. --Sair 23:40, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Wooden dresser, investigating jewellery, after finding quest item above (not sure if that's relevant, I still have the standard. Also still have the glasses equipped), Turtle Tamer: You're fighting the remains of a jilted mistress. You acquire an item: chintzy turtle brooch. This is a plastic brooch shaped like a turtle, with a red plastic gemstone set into its back. Maybe the red plastic gemstone symbolizes the whole Universe, or maybe it just symbolizes how cheap the person who gave this piece of crap as a gift was. Type: accessory Selling Price: 200 Meat. Enchantment: Muscle +12 Mysticality +6 (Bonus for Turtle Tamers only) NOTE: You may not equip more than one of this item at a time.--Zeitgeist 21:56, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Ok, regarding the skills, here's what you do once you've gotten the Bedroom quest item for Muscle classes. For Seal Clubber, go to the Gallery and visit the first Knight (the second one will fight you). For Turtle Tamers, go to the Gallery and visit the second Knight (the first one will fight you). Note that they are the ones with the shield corresponding to the banner you have. The Turtle Tamer skill is Spectral Snapper, it costs 20 MP, and "This skill allows you to summon the spirit of a deceased snapping turtle". As for the moxie ones, they are mentioned above. As for Myst, they are mentioned as well, the Sauceror ones are not talked about in particular, but the process is similar for the pairs of classes so just follow what the information about the Pastamancers up above says. --Azp2k32 21:56, 20 September 2006 (PDT)
- I managed to get in as a level 6 DB with inflated stats (109/39 for Moxie, 65/20 for Muscle, 69/24 for Mysticality) and got 34 for Muscle and 34 (51 because it's stat day) for Moxie.-Foggy 10:52, 21 September 2006 (CDT)
I needed to have 85 muscle to gain access to the Haunted Bedroom. If someone else can confirm that it's 85 rather than 60 across the board and not just because Jick doesn't love me, please change it. Slavedriver 12:55, 22 September 2006 (CDT)
Just like me Slavedriver. Brother, I feel your pain.
--ChickensAreFluffy 00:37, 23 September 2006 (CDT)
- KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN! Slavedriver 10:41, 4 December 2006 (CST)
I've been adventuring in there for the last couple of days. Currently I have 63 Muscle --Xenith 03:17, 14 July 2007 (CDT)
The muscle moxie and mysticality substat is not 300 it is 200
it should be 200 not 300. today (when i post this) it is a muscle day and then muscle gives 300 but you shall not write from the statdays it should be written 200
I did not get a combat encounter here until the turn after I found the quest item (wolf standard, for a SC). Is this normal? It does seem thematically allowable that finding the quest item "wakes up" the haunting. --Jonrock 00:30, 17 October 2006 (CDT)
Antique Hand Mirror
I can confirm that this is a drop from the Jilted Mistress. I have gotten more than one, but not every time. I already had the quest jewelry. --xcorvis 11:18, 8 November 2006 (CST)
I killed the Jilted Mistress with Weapon of the Pastalord (Pastamancer skill) and it did 144 damage, but I still won the fight. The page says that it has 145 hit points.--Hi leon 13:39, 17 December 2006 (CST)
are the monster levels right?
i've been adventuring in the haunted beedroom with 167 moxie which should be enough to easily kill the nightstands but i keep geting killed by them and i dont know why. For reference i have a worn tophat, harem girl t-shirt, chrome crossbow, plexiglass pants, tap shoes, shiny ring and badass belt equiped, with butt-rock hair and moxious madrigal buffs with a volleyball familiar. --yellowpig 0:30 2/4/07
Same thing here--I'm a Moxie class with 159 moxie and a crossbow; this should be enough to hit the white one every time and not get hit by it. However, I keep getting hit, and can't hit it at all. Deusnoctum 16:59, 10 February 2007 (CST)
Hey I came across a Can Of Possessed Cranberry Sauce in the Haunted Bedroom...I'm not using my computer so I didn't take a screenshot but it had a lot of HP and I did about 30dmg per hit to it. I got this can-shaped gelatinous cranberry sauce from it...Is this normal?
- It's perfectly normal for that to happen on the Feast Of Boris. If it wasn't the feast of Boris, then it would be an extremely unusual occurrence. --Squi 21:35, 7 April 2007 (CDT)
Go have a look here. http://kol.coldfront.net/thekolwiki/index.php/Feast_of_boris --TechSmurf 22:34, 7 April 2007 (CDT)
This note is no longer relevant since the adventure queue has been retired:
- Choice adventures count towards the non-combat Adventure Queue only: choosing combat from the One Nightstand (White) choice adventure does nothing to change your chances of meeting another animated nightstand (White) as a raw combat.
--Jonrock 00:53, 26 September 2007 (CDT)
- Where do you get that the Adventure Queue has been retired. All I see is that it has been changed, that means that the note may be out of date but the adventure queue to my knowledge hasn't been retired. --Chunky_boo 08:20, 26 September 2007 (CDT)
I'm assuming they are from whether they were encountered as a combat or from the noncombat choice. In any case, how can we distinguish it on the manual (or elsewhere) page? — Cool12309 (talk) 22:27, 19 January 2013 (CET)