Skinflute

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Skinflute
Monster ID 353
Locations The Hole in the Sky
Hit Points 150
Attack 158
Defense 142
No-Hit 168
Initiative 70
Meat None
Phylum constellation
Elements sleaze
Resistance None
Monster Parts finger-hole, mouthpiece, star
Drops
line, line, star, star
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
Skinflute You're fighting The Skinflute

This constellation depicts a flute, made out of some sort of animal hide. That's kind of creepy on lots of different levels.

Hit Message(s):

It hypnotizes you into playing it. Eeew! You totally don't know where that's been! Ow! Ow! Ouch! Ouch! Ooh! Ugh! (sleaze damage)

It plays a strange melody, summoning a bevy of dam-building mammals to attack you! Eek! Ugh! Argh! Ouch! Ow! Eek!

Critical Hit Message:

It pipes a harsh, high-pitched tune that hurts your ears and gives you strange visions of that one creepy uncle that you never liked. Ugh! Ooh! Argh! Ugh! Eek! Ooh! Oof! Ow!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to hypnotize you into playing it, but you're determined not to go down that way.

It starts to play a painful tune, but you plug your ears and hum the Katamari Damacy theme until it stops.

It plays a strange melody, summoning a bevy of dam-building mammals to attack you! Fortunately, you have a stick with which to beat them off.

Fumble Message:

It starts to play a painful tune, but you plug your ears and hum the Katamari Damacy theme until it stops. (FUMBLE!)


After Combat

Line.gifYou acquire an item: line (30% chance)*
Line.gifYou acquire an item: line (30% chance)*
Star.gifYou acquire an item: star (30% chance)*
Star.gifYou acquire an item: star (30% chance)*
You gain 39.5 <substat>.

Occurs at The Hole in the Sky.

References

  • The dam-building mammals mentioned in the second miss message refer to a euphemism for female genitalia, whereas the stick applies to the male counterpart. Also, there's a sublimated alliteration in the implied phrase "bevy of beavers."
  • "Go down" is a euphemism for oral sex.
  • "Beat off" is a euphemism for masturbation.
  • The fumble message contains a reference to the famously catchy soundtrack for the PS2 game Katamari Damacy. It is often hummed on radio shows by Riff when Xenophobe and/or Jick start getting heavily into talking about the code in the game.
  • The critical hit message is a reference to the song "Fiddle About" by The Who.