Talk:The Dungeons of Doom

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Some data, at +15% Combat Frequency and +168% Item Drop:

Turns Combat Non- Combat Baby Killer Bee Cornu- thaum Large Box Mind Flayer Corpse Ring of Aggrav. Monster Royal Jelly Small Box Vorpal Blade Kobold Mind Flayer Quantum Mechanic Bees Acid
770 657 113 12 49 213 112 55 86 132 49 132 137 135 131 122

Implied Drop Rate:

Kobold Mind Flayer Quantum Mechanic Bees
Aggr. Monster Sm Box Cornu- thaum Lg Box MF Corpse Lg Box Vorpal Blade B K Bee Royal Jelly
15% >37% 13% 21% 31% >37% 14% 5% 25%
  • The large box base rate for Quantum mechanics, and the small box base rate for Kobolds, seems to be 37% or more. (At +168% item drop rate they have not yet failed to drop.)

--DirkDiggler 17:22, 7 June 2006 (CDT)

Nethack or Rogue

Couldn't this also be a reference to Dungeons & Dragons not only Nethack. lvl5

As stated in Evilkolbot's last edit, the main dungeon in Nethack is named "The Dungeons of Doom". In addition, Rogue lacks nearly all of the things encountered here, such as spellbooks, shopkeepers, boulders, sinks (the dishwasher), as well as most of the monsters. So no, this is not a reference to Rogue any more than Nethack is descended from Rogue. --Quietust 15:59, 21 June 2006 (CDT)

Somebody changed it back again from NetHack to Rogue. Riff has said that Xenophobe played NetHack, not Rogue, and the reference is to NetHack. Full stop, end of discussion.

In fact, Panache's only edits have been changing "NetHack reference" to "Rogue reference", on this page and on the Amulet of Yendor page.--Jubbers 02:42, 15 October 2006 (CDT)

Mar 18, 2010 update

Looks like ML of all the monsters got bumped up by 20 across the board. I might look into it more later, but that's a nice starting point for anyone wanting to stare at the numbers for a while. --RoyalTonberry 07:00, 19 March 2010 (UTC)