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Plural: dungeon gauntlets
Behold, the mighty dungeon gauntlet! This enormous gauntlet hails from the traditional male side of the armor wars. In other words, instead of being skimpy and wholly impractical, it's massive and wholly impractical. The huge hunk of metal is big enough to fit over anything else you might wear on your hands, even other gauntlets. Think of them less as gloves and more as brass knuckles on some serious steroids.
These have also been infused with the power of primal dungeons all over the world. And not the "king torturing his subjects on a whim" style of dungeon, but the "your imps have gathered some gems" style of dungeon. And, frankly, the later kind are a lot more fun and family friendly than the other. By wielding their mighty dungeon powers, you too can get phat loot and mega xps. You won't even have to wait in the DPS queue.
May 2015 Item of the Month
Melee weapon (Fist)
Item cannot be auto-sold
Item cannot be worn in runs with a 'no pulls' restriction
No weapon fumbles, ever.
+5% of weapon damage returned as HP
More returned when you need HP badly
Picks up dungeon food
- Available for 10 silver stars during May 2015.
After combat, 16.2 ± 1.5% of the time:
- With a wild swing after the fight, you punch some food. Most of it goes flying, but there is a little you're able to save.
You got an item: dungeon dumpling
- or, if you are still able to consume vegetables
You got an item: dungeon daikon
- or, if you are still able to consume caffeine
You got an item: Dungeon Darjeeling
- or, if you are still able to consume sugar
You got an item: dungeon drop
- When bought: You hand 10 silver stars to the shopkeeper and he runs the gauntlet to you.
- As long as they're available, each item has an equal chance of dropping.
- Refers to the video game Gauntlet.
- Unlike in modern multi-player dungeon-crawl games, players had to insert quarters into a machine, not wait in long raid queues (even longer for DPS characters).
- The game provided auditory feedback, such as "Warrior needs food - badly."
- Players had to be careful not to attack and destroy the food accidentally.
- The description contains a reference to the Chainmail Bikini trope.
- The purchase message refers to running the gauntlet.
|Item of the Month|
| Preceded by
zoot riot suit
| May 2015
| Succeeded by|