Striking Factory-Worker Elf

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Striking Factory-Worker Elf
Monster ID 318
Locations Crimbo Town Toy Factory (2005)
Hit Points 0
Attack 0
Defense 0
Initiative 0
Meat None
Phylum elf
Elements None
Resistance None
Monster Parts head, arm, leg, torso
felt, googly eye, length of string, stuffing, toy wheel, wooden block
Manuel Entry
refreshedit data
Striking Factory-Worker Elf You're fighting A Striking Factory-Worker Elf

This is one of the thousands of blue-collar elves that Uncle Crimbo exploits to make his toys. It strikes you that he's got a pretty lousy life -- he spends all day in a factory putting together toys, living on gingerbread and candy canes, always having to work on Crimbo Day. You feel a little sympathy for him, but that fades as he steps up to beat you down.

Hit Message(s):

He reaches up and puts a half-nelson on your upper thigh. Ooh! Argh! Oof! Ooh! Ouch! Ow! Ouch!

He shoves the pointy end of a half-licked candy cane right into your <elbow>. Minty fresh pain! Ow! Ugh! Argh! Eek! Oof! Oof!

He swings a miniature wrench at you and wrenches your <ear>. Ouch! Oof! Ow! Eek! Ouch! Ow!

Miss Message(s):

He punches as hard as he can as high as he can reach on you. Fortunately for you, that's your thigh, and he can't hit very hard.

He stabs at you with a half-licked candy cane, but he doesn't have the reach to hit you.

He swings a little wrench at you, but can't seem to span the distance between the two of you. What a lousy spanner.

After Combat

Felt.gifYou acquire an item: felt (10.6% chance)*
Googlyeye.gifYou acquire an item: googly eye (13.0% chance)*
String.gifYou acquire an item: length of string (12.5% chance)*
Dough.gifYou acquire an item: stuffing (11.2% chance)*
Woodwheel.gifYou acquire an item: toy wheel (10.1% chance)*
Tofu.gifYou acquire an item: wooden block (12.1% chance)*

Occurred at Crimbo Town Toy Factory (2005) (without Unionize The Elves sign equipped).


  • The tool called a "wrench" in North America is called a "spanner" in the United Kingdom, and other English English-speaking countries, such as Australia.