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|Locations||The Sorceress' Tower (The Stairs)|
|Monster Parts||arm, back, head, torso|
This is the most vicious, and yet most completely at ease, easel you've ever seen. It practically vibrates with malevolent energy, personal comfort, and the desire to have a canvas propped up on it.
It clatters over to you and clobbers you, in a most vicious and relaxed fashion. Ugh! Argh! Ow! Argh! Ouch! Ow! Ouch! Ouch! Argh! Ow!
It easily batters you with a set of unfinished canvases. Ow! Ugh! Ouch! Ooh! Oof! Ouch! Ooh! Ow! Argh! Oof!
It turns around and skewers you with its pointy back leg, then flings you out the window. You feel decidedly not at ease. Ugh! Eek! Eek! Ow! Argh! Ooh! Ooh! Ugh! Argh! Ow!
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|You give your opponent the disease, making it nothing more than a Vicious l, or possibly a vicious 'I', it's hard to say. The remaining letter snarls menacingly but can only fall over sideways when it tries to attack.|
|You gain 40 <substat>.|
Occurred at The Sorceress' Tower (The Stairs).
- This monster's combat weakness is the disease.
- If you lose, you will receive a hint as to which item to use.
- First hint: Man, that thing beat you pretty easily.
- Second hint: Maybe you could beat it if you had some way to make it feel a little more uneasy.
- Third hint: Basically, you want to remove its sense of easiness.
- Fourth hint: Perhaps if you had some sort of anti-ease device?
- Fifth hint: A disease from the "Fun" House ought to do the trick.
- The disease can also be acquired from a Knob Goblin Harem Girl in the Harem.
- "Dis" is a negative Greek prefix. Dis-ease is intended to mean "no ease". Therefore, only L remains.
- "Vicious l, or possibly a vicious 'I'" alludes to the similarity between the lowercase "L" and uppercase "i" when viewed in certain fonts, including the Kingdom's own chat pane font. This similarity is frequently used as the basis for creating look-alike accounts, for purposes both malevolent and benign.
- "Giving your opponent the disease" is a reference to The Off Season, a short story from The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury. (The "Disease" being chicken pox, which killed the Martians.)