Castle Hundenswein

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Castle Hundenswein
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Location: Up in the Mountains
Unlocks: level 15
Combat %: 75
Foe XP range: 200-240
ID: 42

Combat Adventures

aardwolf
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Experience Gained: 200

Health: ~193 (<220)



alchemist
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Item Drops: golden powder, lion pill, low pill, pulchritudinous panacea, xentrium ingot

Chip Drops: 169-282

Experience Gained: 225




automaton
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Item Drops: clockwork core, irrhodium gauntlets, irrhodium socket set


Experience Gained: 240

Health: >200



castle guard
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Item Drops: irrhodium helm, stroopwafel, xentrium crossbow

Chip Drops: 162-269

Experience Gained: 215

Health: ~247 (<264)



castle guard, redux
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Item Drops: irrhodium plate, stroopwafel, xentrium axe

Chip Drops: 177-294

Experience Gained: 235




chemist
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Item Drops: furry pill, low pill, pulchritudinous panacea, russet lump, xentrium ingot

Chip Drops: 158-263

Experience Gained: 210



Notes: One possible result of Forgot to Mention the Crystal Skulls


clockwork beetle
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Item Drops: clockwork core


Experience Gained: 205




clockwork mishmash
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Item Drops: clockwork core


Experience Gained: 230




mining machinery
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Item Drops: black flakes, golden powder, green residue, greyish scobs, russet lump


Experience Gained: 220

Health: ~256 (<278)



Noncombat Adventures

Behind Door Number Three ...
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  • Grab the nearest box: black flakes
  • Investigate the shelves on the right: green residue
  • Check out the experimental equipment on the left: greyish scobs
  • Forget the store room and go find something more interesting: Skips adventure at no cost to time


Forgot to Mention the Crystal Skulls
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One-time Adventures

Stable-ity
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Static Villains

Clavis Clepsydra, the clockwork woman
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Item Drops: Clepsydra's clockwork key






Notes

  • Each of the combats is equally likely.
  • Each of the non-combats is equally likely.

References

  • Hundenswein is a play on the game Castle Wolfenstein. Specifically, "hunden" meaning hound, which is similar to a wolf, and "wein" means "wine", which could be served in a "stein" (if you were gauche), and which also sounds like "stein".
  • It is also a play on "Schweinehund", a somewhat old fashioned (and not very vulgar) German insult, which the guards in Castle Wolfenstein would shout when alerted to your presence.