|Locations||The Old Landfill|
|Monster Parts||arm, head, torso, wing|
|Quest||Worse Homes and Gardens|
Junksprites are kind of like gnomes, only with wings and torsos, and without the weird speech impedimegnt. They share a love of tinkering and crafting with their gnomish cousins, though, and a similar love of beating the stuffing out of people who interrupt their tinkering. This particular junksprite sharpens pieces of metal to upcycle into semi-lethal crafts. He was just turning some tin cans into shuriken, and now you've provided a target for him to test them out.
He whips a tin-can shuriken at you, cutting you and rubbing beer in your wounds. Ow! Ugh! Ouch!
He sharpens a rusty pickaxe and picks you with it. Ugh! Ouch! Ugh!
He sharpens a car bumper and uses it as a giant katana. Eek! Oof! Ugh!
He waves a magic wand at you. Well, actually, it's a car antenna sharpened into a fencing foil, and it slashes you but good. Ouch! Ugh! Oof!
He sharpens a swiss army knife and somehow manages to stab you with the magnifying glass. Oof! Eek! Ugh!
He sharpens a toothbrush and shivs you prison-style. Ouch! Ugh! Ow!
He sharpens a whole set of kitchen knives and uses them to remove half of your bones. Ugh! Eek! Ugh!
He throws some tin-can shuriken at you, but you dodge like a robot ninja.
He tries to hit you with a pickaxe, but you tell him not to pick on you.
He tries to sharpen a lump of garbage to stab you with, but it's too squishy.
He tries to stab you with a sharpened swiss army knife, but it's hard to sharpen the tiny tweezers enough to hurt you.
He tries to stab you with a sharpened toothbrush, but he only sharpened the bristle part, and it's still not so sharp.
He stops to pour some water on his red-hot whetstone. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: jagged scrap metal (15% chance)*|
|You gain 3 <substat>.|
|You acquire an item: funky junk key|
|You acquire an item: Worse Homes and Gardens|
Occurs at The Old Landfill.
- The monster's name includes scrap metal, using this template.
- Prior to an update on June 1st, 2015, keys were not affected by +item. The exact drop rate is not known, but spading prior to the update suggested 15-20%. However, a forum post by Jick prior to the update indicated an increasing drop rate mechanic.