Naughty paper shuriken

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naughty paper shuriken
naughty paper shuriken

This is a piece of lurid paper folded into a bawdy throwing-star. You may ask yourself (water flowing underground) "how can a shuriken be naughty?" Well, not only is it covered in licentious prose and illustrations, but when it's thrown, it seeks out whatever's holding up an opponent's pants and severs it, be it belt, suspenders, or elastic. Naughty little pants-dropping shuriken.

Also: naughty paper shuriken, oh the doo-dah day.

Type: combat item (reusable)
Cannot be discarded

Removes a monster's pants and stuns it for a few rounds
(if the monster is wearing pants)

(In-game plural: naughty paper shurikens)
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Item number: 3195
Description ID: 697068629
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Obtained From

Fold naughty origami kit
Fold origami "gentlemen's" magazine

When Used

  • If your opponent cannot drop pants:
You hurl the shuriken at your opponent. The impact doesn't really hurt it, but the dirty jokes written on the thing deal 15-20 damage.
  • If your opponent can drop pants:
With a hearty "Kowabunga" you hurl the shuriken at your opponent. It neatly severs his belt, dropping his pants to his ankles. (Stuns opponent)
  • If you have already stunned the opponent:
Your opponent's pants are already around its ankles.

When Folded

You unfold the pieces of paper, if you know what I mean.
HPYou lose 5% of your maximum hit points. (sleaze damage)

Blushing, you re-fold them into a new object.

Origamipasties.gifYou acquire an item: origami pasties


Origamicrop.gifYou acquire an item: origami riding crop


  • Prevents your opponent from attacking you for 3 rounds of combat.
  • May only be used to stun once per combat.
  • While in effect, each round of combat (including the first) will display the message:
Your opponent is all tangled up in <his> pants
  • The last round of combat the stun is active will display the message:
Your opponent struggles free of <his> pants.


  • The description of this item, specifically the line, "You may ask yourself (water flowing underground)," is a reference to The Talking Heads' song "Once In A Lifetime". Through each verse, the phrase "And you may ask yourself" is repeated. During the chorus, "water flowing underground" is said several times as well.
  • The last line of the description references "Camptown Races", being the next "verse" started by the description of the naughty origami kit.
  • The second attack message could be a reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, whose catch phrase was "cowabunga".

See Also


TOP 10 naughty paper shuriken collections
1. Mistress of the Obvious - 4 | 2. BenzDoc - 2 | 3. sUZIka - 1 | 4. Marcella - 1 | 5. Stargazer67 - 1
6. Lixal - 1 | 7. Moonshae - 1 | 8. Dirty Immigrant - 1 | 9. OHogan - 1 | 10. delFuego - 1
Collection data courtesy of ePeterso2 and Jicken Wings