You are fighting the Chocolate Bunny.
None know where the chocolate bunny hides its stash of eggs, only that it emerges every spring to terrorize the citizens of Twilight. Okay, granted, most of the terror is actually caused by people chasing after the bunny because it's delicious, but it's a disaster every spring.
So, really, you'd better catch it before it does too much harm. And, you know, if you get some chocolate on the way... that wouldn't be the worst, would it?
Your opponent attacks ...
- The bunny bites you on the ear. Oof, where's a referee when you need one?
- The bunny pelts you with over easy chocolate eggs, right off the skillet. damage + (fire) damage
- The bunny reveals that it's actually hollow. That's... so much less chocolate... (psychic) damage
It hits you for X damage.
Critical hit message:
Your opponent has a critical hit! It hits you for X damage.
- The bunny goes in for an ear bite, but stops when it remembers getting its license revoked by the Twilight Boxing Federation.
- The bunny pelts you with chocolate eggs, which is distressing but not exactly dangerous.
- The bunny reveals that it's actually hollow, which explains why its kicks feel like being dusted with flowers.
Your foe fumbles! It takes X damage.
Victory! You beat up your foe and win the combat!
You gain 250 experience.
You got an item: plastic grass (Unspecified Drop rate)
The chocolate bunny gets back up, dusts itself off, and hops off to <location>. Man, it just keeps going and going.
The chocolate bunny gets back up, dusts itself off, and hops a short distance away. Man, it just keeps going and going.
- At the start of the fight, depending on the number of Super Jumping sources you have:
- In a cruel reversal of fortunes, your opponent jumps and bounces off your head for X damage. (no sources)
- Your opponent tries to jump on your head, but you jump high enough that you collide in mid-air for Y damage instead. (1 source)
- Your opponent tries to jump on your head, but you remind them who the protagonist is by jumping way higher. (2 or more sources)
- The first hit and miss messages refer to when Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield's ears during a boxing match.
- The after-combat messages refer to the Energizer Bunny.
|This enemy is an animal.|