Band that heeds you
|band that heeds you|
You are fighting the band that heeds you.
In the tunnels you find a group of lost and dazed musicians. They listen intently as you suggest how to leave. But as they turn to walk away confusion overcomes you and you attack the group. Apparently you've never heard the expression, "Don't fight the band that heeds you."
Your opponent attacks ...
- Simon says they start out with a cover of "Lace Grand," but then as it fades to the sound of silence, they blast you with a chilling "Farborough Scare."
- The blondie in the band does a solo "Raid Away and Fade-iate" in the key of G which isn't too bad, but halfway through she shifts to the much sharper maul key.
- The band takes a petty stance and smacks you with a "Mast Lance with Dairy Jane."
It hits you for X damage.
Critical hit message:
Your opponent has a critical hit! It hits you for X damage.
- They prepare to churn out a beatless rendition of "Bet it Lee" but then decide to let it be.
- They rock out with one sinister groove after another. But strangely each painful groove proves gainful.
- One of the band guerillaz charges you with some sunshine in a bag. Attacking is easier dead than sun, though, so his assault dies without hurting you.
Your foe fumbles! It takes X damage.
Victory! You beat up your foe and win the combat!
You gain 25 experience.
Verified to have no resistances or weaknesses.
- Only obtainable before you finish A Dank and Rusty Mystery.
- The foe's name and the description are a spoonerism of the saying "Don't bite the hand that feeds you."
- The first hit message refers to Paul Simon and his songs Graceland, The Sounds of Silence and Scarborough Fair, the latter two with Simon & Garfunkel.
- The second hit message refers to Blondie and their songs Call Me and "Fade Away and Radiate".
- The third hit message refers to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and their song Mary Jane's Last Dance.
- The first miss message refers to The Beatles (or beatless) and their song Let It Be.
- The third miss message refers to the Gorillaz and their song Clint Eastwood, which includes the words "sunshine in a bag".
- The third miss message contains a spoonerism of the saying "Easier said than done."