|Locations||The Penultimate Fantasy Airship|
|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
What's a big, beefy guy with a machine gun for an arm doing hanging out with a bunch of big-headed anime losers? You don't have much time to ponder the question, however, as he charges your way with a menacing "I PITY DA FOOL!"
He fires a couple of rounds from his machine gun, grazing your <leg>. Eek! Ouch!
He kicks you in the side. You really should have anticipated that. Ooh! Ow!
He punches you with his gun arm. That's questionable strategy, but it still hurts like the dickens, charlie. Oof! Eek! Argh!
He grabs you in a headlock, holding you tight with his gun arm. He viciously headbutts you, which is compounded by his spiky mohawk. Then he squeezes your neck until you black out. You wake up bruised and battered like onion rings. Ugh! Argh! Argh! Ow!
He fires his machine gun at you, but it only produces flashes of light from the barrel and no bullets.
He tries to kick you in the side, but you kick him to the side quicker. More quickly? Quickerly?
He tries to punch you with his gun arm, but you easily dodge.
He starts to fire another couple of rounds out of his gun arm, but is out of ammo. As he starts to reload, someone offers him a glass of milk. He drinks it and passes out for a while. (FUMBLE!)
|You gain 104-156 Meat (average: 130, stdev: 11.02)*|
|You acquire an item: armgun (9% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: cocoa eggshell fragment (30% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: Mohawk wig (10% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: tiny house (30.6% chance)*|
|You gain 25 <substat>.|
Occurs at The Penultimate Fantasy Airship.
- This monster parodies Barret Wallace of Final Fantasy VII fame, complete with a gun arm that only fires flashes of light.
- The punch attack is a reference to his "Hammerblow" limit break, wherein he somehow instantly defeats an enemy by punching them with said gun arm.
- "I Pity Da Fool" was the catchphrase of 80s mohawk-wearing TV sidekick Mr. T, aka B.A. Baracus on The A-Team (whom Barrett resembles). The fumble message also references this (B.A. was afraid of flying, so to get him on airplanes, they would drug his milk without his knowledge).
- "It still hurts like the dickens, charlie" is a reference to Victorian author Charles Dickens.