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Monster ID 119
Locations Hero's Field
Hit Points 15
Attack 25
Defense 22
No-Hit 35
Initiative 60
Meat None
Phylum beast
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts head, wing
blue pixel, blue pixel, blue pixel
Manuel Entry
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Keese You're fighting a Keese

This is a Keese. Or maybe a Koose. You were never sure if this was plural or not. It's essentially a bat. Or a bot.

Hit Message(s):

It gets in your hair and scratches you with its claws (not pictured). Ow! Oof! Ugh!

It flaps around you, its piercing squeak making you dizzy and giving you a headache. Ooh! Ow! Ow!

It drives you batty by battering you with its wings. You shrink beneath the battery. Ouch! Ooh! Eek!

It flies straight through you! Or maybe behind you, it's hard to tell in two dimensions. Nope, given the big hole in your chest, looks like it was through you, after all. Argh! Eek! Ouch!

Critical Hit Message:

It turns into an 8-bit vampire and bites you in the neck. If only you had a whip, and then some candelabra you could whip to get power-ups. Eek! Ow! Ugh!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to get in your hair, but you smack it with a tennis racket (not in your inventory).

It flaps around squeaking, but you sing like Celine Dion until its sonar gives out.

It tries to batter you with its wings, but you've had too much beer to be easily battered.

It flies right through you! Oh, wait, it just flew behind you. Hard to tell in two dimensions.

Fumble Message:

It turns into an 8-bit vampire and goes for your throat. Fortunately, a guy with a whip comes in, whips some candles to power up, and whips the vampire until it vanishes (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Pixel5.gifYou acquire an item: blue pixel (80% chance)*
Pixel5.gifYou acquire an item: blue pixel (70% chance)*
Pixel5.gifYou acquire an item: blue pixel (60% chance)*
You gain 6-7 <substat>.

Occurs at Hero's Field.


  • Keese were common bat-like monsters usually found in the dungeons of the 1987 NES game, The Legend of Zelda.
  • A bot was the Zelda II equivalent of a zol (but blue!).
  • The failed hit message regarding a Tennis racket refers to an episode of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" where Servo and Crow kept yelling "They get in your hair! They have rabies! Someone get a tennis racket!" whenever the villains with bat wings on their helmets appeared.
  • The critical hit message and the fumble message reference the 1986 NES game, Castlevania.