World's smallest violin

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world's smallest violin
world's smallest violin

This is a freakishly tiny violin, even if you're the kind of person who has seen a lot of smaller-than-average instruments (heh, heh). Pygmy Headhunters use this to unwind at the end of a long day, but you can use it to express sarcastic pity.

Type: ranged weapon (1-handed violin)
Damage: 15 - 30
Moxie Required: 60
Selling Price: 210 Meat.

Ranged Damage +5
+5% Meat from Monsters
+5 to Monster Level

(In-game plural: world's smallest violins)
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The Hidden Office Building
pygmy headhunter


You hold the violin gingerly on your thumb and play it with your forefinger, eliciting a shrieking, piercing note that does X damage. SOCKO! BOOF! WHACK!
You play "Flight of the Bumblebee" on your violin. A nearby swarm of bees flies over and stings <it> for X damage. BIFF! POW! BIFF!
You play a piercing tune on your tiny violin, feeling like a giant Sherlock Holmes and doing X damage. WHACK! BOOF! BOINK!
Violin, lin, lin. Violin, lin, lin. Hits for X damage, mage, mage, ooooooooh! KERBLAM! SMACK! POW!



  • The "sarcastic pity" part of the description refers to a common cliche where a person rubs their thumb and forefinger together, claiming that they are playing the "world's smallest violin" for someone in distress.
  • The "Violin, lin, lin" hit message is a reference to the They Might Be Giants song "Violin".
  • Flight of the Bumblebee is a well-known bit of classical music.
  • Fictional detective Sherlock Holmes often plays the violin when thinking about cases.

See Also


TOP 10 world's smallest violin collections
1. cuRIOsiTy - 12179 | 2. ANameILike - 6586 | 3. CHrIshelma - 3237 | 4. All the Good Names Are Taken - 2929 | 5. Eddyguy - 1527
6. Pastahead - 1270 | 7. Mistress of the Obvious - 988 | 8. Naughty Player - 711 | 9. Chinizz - 670 | 10. LinguiniLisa - 639
Collection data courtesy of ePeterso2 and Jicken Wings