|Monster Parts||head, leg|
This is a sort of land-based octopus, which shoots rocks out of its snout (a feature which makes it somewhat less like an octopus.) Er, be careful, I guess...
It octo-rocks you like an octo-hurricane. A hurricane of grievous injury. Ouch! Eek!
It shoots a rock at you and beans you in the <lower back>. How it beaned you with a rock, you'll never know. Argh! Eek!
It shoots a rock at you, which slams into your throat. Dude, you just got rocked. Ooh! Ow! Eek!
It shoots a rock at you. When it hits, you briefly became translucent and hear a series of high-pitched chirps. Maybe that's how pain shows up here. Eek! Ow! Ooh!
You hear a screech from high in the sky. A giant bird flies down and picks up the octoroc, then squeezes it until it fires a fusillade of rocks at you. Looks like you got roc-octoroc-rocked. Ugh! Ooh! Argh!
It tries to octo-rock you like an octo-hurricane, but remembers it's an octopus, not a scorpion.
It shoots a rock at you, but you roll to the side.
It shoots a rock at you, but you quickly wind a piece of string around it.
It shoots a rock at you, but a kid walks up, dressed in a sheet with a bunch of holes in it and holding a paper bag. The rock falls into the kid's bag. "Rats," he says, "not this again." (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: red pixel (80% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: red pixel (70% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: red pixel (60% chance)*|
|You gain 6-7 <substat>.|
Occurs at 8-Bit Realm.
- This monster was misspelled as Octoroc until June 2, 2006, even though the image name (octorok.gif) was spelled correctly.
- Blue and Red Octoroks were common monsters in the overworld of the 1987 NES game, The Legend of Zelda.
- The attack text "it octo-rocks you like an octo-hurricane" and the first miss message are references to the classic song by The Scorpions, Rock You Like a Hurricane.
- The critical hit message is a reference to the roc, a giant bird of Middle-Eastern mythology.
- The 2nd miss text is a pun on the music style "Rock & Roll".
- The 3rd miss text refers to the song We Want A Rock, by They Might Be Giants, which features the lyric "Everybody wants a rock to wind a piece of string around".
- The fumble message refers to the Peanuts Halloween special "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown", where Charlie Brown went around in a ghost costume with too many holes, and kept getting rocks when trick-or-treating.