Wall of bones
|Wall of bones|
|Locations||The Naughty Sorceress' Tower|
|Monster Parts||tibia, bone, ulna, radius, femur, clavicle|
"Skin, then meat," you say. "What's next, Frank?"
"Do you really need to ask, Chief?"
The hipbone's connected to the legbone, the legbone's connected to the footbone, and the footbone just kicked you in the <lower back>. Ow! Oof! Argh!
A pile of bones falls off of the wall, burying you. Ugh! Eek! Ugh!
A clavicle comes whirling out of the wall, hitting you on the <shoulder>. Ow! Eek! Ugh!
A big femur flies off of the wall and hits you in the <neck>. Oof! Oof! Ugh!
A big femur flies off of the wall and hits you in the <head>. Ow! Ugh! Ugh!
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- On loss (without electric boning knife):
"That's not even a thing, Frank," you reply, spitting out teeth."Sure it is. I bet one of those giants has one. They love kitchen gadgets, those guys."
- On loss (with electric boning knife):
Occurs at The Naughty Sorceress' Tower.
- This monster counts as a group (of size 100). It takes manifold damage from area-of-effect skills such as Wave of Sauce.
- Only Group Damage will deal lasting damage to it, while all other skills cause it to fully heal:
- The bones of the wall reconfigure themselves to patch up the hole you just made. Crap.
- Never misses unless forced by something such as Blood Bubble.
- Cannot be stunned or staggered.
- Deals increasing damage each combat round.
- On each attack the wall will deal damage equal to ceiling( MaxHP * (0.1 + 0.2 * number of previous attacks) ) which is unaffected by Damage Absorption, Damage Reduction or Elemental Resistance.
- Its first attack will deal 10% of your Max HP rounded up, the second will deal 30%, the third will deal 50% and the fourth will deal 70%.
- Effects (such as the Star Starfish attack) which are supposed to give you MP instead reduce your MP, though Starfish-like familiars should be avoided for this fight because they will cause the Wall to heal.
- The easiest way to defeat the Wall of bones is to use an electric boning knife, found in the Foodie Giant's room in The Castle in the Clouds in the Sky (Ground Floor). Note that this adventure is rarer than the other noncombats unless you have defeated the Wall of meat, in which case it appears much more frequently .
- In order to defeat the Wall through brute force, 20,000 damage must be dealt across 4 turns. Group damage attacks are the typical choice:
- Saucegeyser is probably the easiest viable skill to acquire, but its group multiplier is only 3. One-shotting the wall will require a lot of bonus Mysticality and Spell Damage -- particularly the latter, as with no Bonus Spell Damage, you'll need about 16 thousand buffed Mysticality to guarantee one-shotting the wall. For a less unreasonable estimate, please consult this page.
- Garbage Nova is the best skill to use against the wall, and can be purchased in the Mall as long as you're not currently in Hardcore. When dealing damage across 4 turns, as little as 138 Mysticality is sufficient. There is no need to worry about being defeated, because the wall deals fixed damage.
- If you don't want a spell that runs off your Mysticality, Splattersmash will use your Muscle instead, though it's rather more complex to acquire. You'll need (770 + wall's Defense) buffed Muscle to guarantee a one-shot kill. 1,170 (Defense + 170) Muscle is enough to slay the wall over 4 turns.
- Alternatively, a single big hit of 20,000 damage even from a non-group attack (such as a sufficiently strong Flying Fire Fist or Unleash the Greash), will also defeat it. This can be mitigated by weakening it by using a few group damage attacks before using the single-target attack.