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Sabre-toothed lime
Level: 14
Item drops: None
Meat drops: 15-16
Hit Points: 8
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sabre-toothed lime You're fighting a sabre-toothed lime

This room is guarded by a lime with nasty pointy teeth. Look on the bright side - if it bites you, at least you won't get scurvy.

Hit Message(s):

You tip the bottle, and the lime bites you. Ugh! Ugh! Ouch!

It licks some salt, swigs some tequila, and bites you in the <head>. Irony! Oof! Ugh! Argh!

It pummels you with its thick rind. If only your rind had been a little thicker, you wouldn't be bleeding now. Argh!

You tip the bottle, and the lime bites you. Oof! Ugh!

Critical Hit Message:

It uses its sabre-teeth to open a can on you. Unfortunately for you, it's not a can of tomato juice, but of whup-ass. Your head explodes like a atom bomb from the beating. Oof!

Miss Message(s):

It tries to chomp you with its giant sabre-teeth, but you use it to open a can of tomato juice instead.

It tries to bite you, but you bite it first. Limey!

It spits corrosive juice at you, but you dodge this corrosion (hey now, hey now now).

It tries to pummel you with its thick rind, but your rind is too thick for it to make an impact.

Fumble Message:

It snaps at you with its fearsome sabre-teeth, but accidentally lodges one in the floor. It wiggles back and forth, doing a sabre-dance. You stand back and laugh. (FUMBLE!)


After Combat

Meat.gifYou gain 13-17 Meat.
You gain 2-3 <substat>.

Occurs at The Daily Dungeon.

Notes

References

  • "Nasty pointy teeth" is probably a reference to Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
  • Eating limes is a method of preventing scurvy, a vitamin C deficiency disease often gotten by sailors.
  • "You dodge this corrosion (hey now, hey now now)" is from the song "This Corrosion" by The Sisters of Mercy, which has the refrain "Hey now, hey now now, sing this corrosion to me".