Zol

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Zol
Monster ID 120
Locations 8-Bit Realm
Hit Points 15
Attack 25
Defense 22
No-Hit 35
Initiative 60
Meat None
Phylum slime
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts head, part of it that isn't the head
Drops
green pixel, green pixel, green pixel
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
Zol You're fighting a Zol

This is like a Gel, only bigger, and with eyes. If you don't know what a Gel is, this description is pretty meaningless.
Unfortunately, it's the only description you're getting.

Hit Message(s):

It eats a jellybean and turns into an umbrella, then pokes you in the <arm>. Ooh! Ouch! Ooh!

It coats you with nasty slime. Nasty, man. Argh! Ooh! Ouch!

It eats a jellybean and turns into a hammer, then hammers you in the morning and the evening. Ugh! Eek! Ow!

It glomps onto your arm and dissolves a pretty pattern into your flesh. Etched! Ouch! Oof! Eek!

Critical Hit Message:

It increases in mass and turns a nasty pink color. It engulfs you and passes you through a rudimentary digestive system. You come out the other end feeling itchy and totally skeeved out. Ooh! Ooh! Eek!

Miss Message(s):

It eats a jellybean and turns into a ladder. Not even a particularly threatening ladder.

It tries to slime you in the <shins>, but you dodge. You artful dodger, you.

It eats a jellybean and turns into a bubble. Not even a particularly threatening bubble.

It tries to glomp onto you, but you glibly remain unglomped.

Fumble Message:

It starts to attack again, but you quickly cast a spell to drop the temperature in the room. It freezes solid and can't attack for a while. (FUMBLE!)


After Combat

Pixel4.gifYou acquire an item: green pixel (80% chance)*
Pixel4.gifYou acquire an item: green pixel (70% chance)*
Pixel4.gifYou acquire an item: green pixel (60% chance)*
You gain 6-7 <substat>.

Occurs at 8-Bit Realm.

References

  • Gels were a common monster in the dungeons of the 1987 NES game, The Legend of Zelda.
  • In the same game, Zols were also a common monster, which split into two gels when hit.
  • Several of the attacks are a reference to the 1989 NES game A Boy and His Blob. In the game you can cause your friend Blob to change into various shapes by giving him different flavors of jellybeans.
  • The blob turning pink and passing you through its digestive system is reminiscent of another NES being that has become quite famous, Kirby.
  • The third hit message refers to the song "If I Had a Hammer", which features the lyrics "I'd hammer in the morning, I'd hammer in the evening / I'd hammer all day long".
  • The Artful Dodger is a character in the Dickens novel Oliver Twist.