Skeletal hamster

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Skeletal hamster
Monster ID 375
Locations The Haunted Conservatory
Hit Points 22
Attack 23
Defense 20
No-Hit 18
Initiative 50
Meat None
Phylum undead
Elements spooky
Resistance None
Monster Parts head, leg, tail, torso
pile of dusty animal bones
Manuel tiny canopic jar
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
skeletal hamster You're fighting a skeletal hamster

When enter the Haunted Conservatory, the first thing that jumps out at you is a tiny, fenced-in cemetery that appears to be the resting place of a long line of Spookyraven family pets. When you get near the cemetery, the first thing that jumps out at you is this reanimated skeleton of a hamster. Yikes!

Hit Message(s):

It runs up one of your sleeves and down the other. You've been habitrailed! Eek!

It sits up on its hind legs, looking at you and twitching its tiny skeletal paws. You get the shivers, and shiver so hard that you sprain your neck. Ow! (spooky damage)

It nibbles on your <foot>. It's less painful than it is just... creepy. Ooh! (spooky damage)

Critical Hit Message:

The skeletal hamster leaps on top of a tiny tombstone, grabs a nearby hanging vine, swings up toward you and sinks its tiny teeth into your jugular. Ow!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to run up your pantleg, but you divert it into a nearby waterspout. Maybe it'll get bitten by an itsy-bitsy spider while it's up there.

It rushes at you and tries to bite you on the toe, but you nimbly hop behind a tiny tombstone and it hits that, instead.

It tries to nibble on your foot, but you kick it into several pieces and it has to spend a minute putting itself back together.

Fumble Message:

The hamster tries to bite you, but ends up getting distracted by what it thinks is a pellet of food. I guess dying and being reanimated doesn't make these things much smarter. (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Bonepile.gifYou acquire an item: pile of dusty animal bones (100.0% chance)*
You gain 2-3 <substat>.

Occurs at The Haunted Conservatory.


  • The itsy-bitsy spider and the waterspout are a reference to a nursery rhyme in which an itsy-bitsy spider climbs a waterspout.