MagiMechTech MicroMechaMech

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MagiMechTech MicroMechaMech

Iron giant? No.
But the midget does bring game:
laser, missile, stomp.

Attacks enemies in various ways

Ability: Attacks enemies with either a stomp, laser, or missile attack

Throne/Bjorn: Muscle +15%, sometimes stuns opponent

Hatchling: Clmech.gif deactivated MicroMechaMech

Familiar-Specific Equipment: Chip.gif targeting chip

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Mumming Trunk Abilities:

+15% Meat Drop 4-5 MP +3 Muscle statgain +15% Item Drop +3 Mysticality statgain 18-20HP +2 Moxie statgain
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Dasboot.gifCannot breathe underwater
Combat Messages
  • Regular messages:
    <name> stomps on the ground, shaking your opponent up for X damage.
    <name> fires a powerful laser at your opponent, dealing X damage.
    <name> steps back a few paces and fires a giant missile at your opponent. The missile explodes on impact, dealing X damage.
  • Enthroned in the Crown of Thrones:
    <Name> uses its laser to put on a light show for <him>. <He> is too entranced to attack this round.
  • Bjornified in the Buddy Bjorn:
    <Name> pops up over your shoulder and bleeps "pew pew!" while shining a laser directly into your opponent's eyes. This is, needless to say, pretty distracting to he%[sic].
  • With lucky Tam O'Shanter equipped:
    <name> leaps into the air on jump jets, and slams into the ground near your opponent, shaking more Meat out of him.
  • With miniature gravy-covered maypole equipped:
    <name> does The Robot around the maypole.
  • With wax lips equipped:
    <name> smiles goofily with his wax lips. OMG Kawaiiiii!

Arena Messages

  • When entered in a Scavenger Hunt:
    <name> keeps accidentally blowing up the items it's trying to find.


  • Attacks each round for at least 1 damage.
  • Rather than giving +5 pounds, the targeting chip increases the chances of better attacks.
  • The targeting chip increases the average damage per round by 2.25, as does a lead necklace. A +5 pound item would increase it by 3.75.
  • Stomping damage ranges from floor(X/2)-5 to (X-5) where X is the weight of the familiar.
    • Without a targeting chip, it occurs 70% of the time.
    • With a targeting chip, it occurs 55% of the time.
  • Laser damage ranges from floor(X/2) to X where X is the weight of the familiar.
    • Without a targeting chip, it occurs 15% of the time.
    • With a targeting chip, it occurs 15% of the time.
    • Damage done is hot damage
  • Missile damage ranges from floor(X/2)+10 to X+10 where X is the weight of the familiar.
    • Without a targeting chip, it occurs 15% of the time.
    • With a targeting chip, it occurs 30% of the time.
  • There is a stuffed version of this familiar.
  • There is a nano version of this familiar.


  • The description haiku starts out by mentioning the 1999 animated movie The Iron Giant. "Iron Giant" is also a monster type found in later Final Fantasy games.
  • The name is a reference to Final Fantasy 6's Magitek Armors.
  • "Kawaii" is Japanese for cute, and is a commonly used phrase among Western fans of Japanese culture.
  • Mechs, or BattleMechs are War Machines in the popular board, or computer game MechWarrior.
  • The image is similar to the Daishi/Dire Wolf (Inner Sphere and Clan name, respectively) from MechWarrior, a 100 ton mech. It also bears a resemblance to the WarMech from the original Final Fantasy game.
  • The Lucky Tam O' Shanter message could be a reference to the MechWarrior game, in which Jump Jets are Mech equipment that lets Mechs jump.