Toilet papergeist

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Toilet papergeist
Monster ID 390
Locations The Haunted Bathroom
Hit Points 60
Attack 55
Defense 47
No-Hit 65
Initiative 0
Meat None
Phylum undead
Elements spooky
Resistance None
Monster Parts arm, head, leg, torso
cardboard wakizashi, roll of toilet paper
Manuel Entry
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toilet papergeist You're fighting a toilet papergeist

As you enter the Spookyraven Manor bathroom, the cabinet under the sink opens up of its own accord. Roll after roll of toilet paper pour out, stacking up to form a human-shaped and human-sized monstrosity.

It lumbers toward you on legs of tissue.

Hit Message(s):

It punches you with both arms at the same time. The cardboard inside those rolls actually kind of hurts! Oof! Argh!

It kicks you in the <shoulder>. The kick delivers a surprising amount of force for something with nothing but toilet paper behind it. Ouch! Argh!

It wraps toilet paper around your neck and garottes you. Argh! Oof!

Critical Hit Message:

As if to say "Who's flushing who now!?" the fiend grabs your head, stuffs it into the toilet, and repeatedly pulls the flush handle. You're soundly and roundly humiliated. Eek! Ow! Ugh! Ooh!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to clothesline you, but you squeeze its arm. A balding man with glasses wanders by and tells you not to do that.

It sends out a streamer of paper toward your <skull>, but you tear off one square at a time and toss them into a wastebasket.

It hurls a square of toilet paper at you like a shuriken, but, y'know, a single square of toilet paper can't really hurt you.

Fumble Message:

It lumbers toward you, but one end of one of its rolls gets stuck in the toilet. You quickly pull the flush handle, unraveling the entire roll. (FUMBLE!)

After Combat

Cbwaki.gifYou acquire an item: cardboard wakizashi (4.8% chance)*
Tproll.gifYou acquire an item: roll of toilet paper (50.3% chance)*
You gain 22 <substat>.

Occurs at The Haunted Bathroom.


  • The miss message about the balding man is a reference to Mr. Whipple, the one-time spokesman for Charmin toilet paper, whose job it was to prevent shoppers from squeezing the "squeezably soft" product.