You are fighting mining machinery.
You can't tell if there's a mind behind this clockwork mining machine that's driving it to attack you, or if it simply is under the erroneous impression that you're a bank of valuable minerals.
Your opponent attacks ...
- It hits you with its sonic drill. Which totally sounds like a sci-fi thing, but is really actually just a thing. (sonic) damage
- Sixteen tons and what does it get? A tunnel collapsing on its enemies, which you have to admit is better than most places would give their mining machinery.
- It mines you until tiny cubes of hero start breaking off.
It hits you for X damage.
Critical hit message:
Your opponent has a critical hit! It hits you for X damage.
- It briefly catches you with its sonic drill, but you're able to escape before you get any bad vibrations.
- Sixteen tons and what does it get? A ceiling collapse, which you're able to dodge, leaving the machinery temporarily pinned.
- It tries to mine you, but gets distracted by a cubic diamond (not to be mistaken for cubic zirconia, which wouldn't be worth much, or a cubicle diamond, which is the only substance harder than asking your boss for a raise).
Your foe fumbles! It takes X damage.
Victory! You beat up your foe and win the combat!
You gain 220 experience.
You got an item: black flakes (9 ± 0.6%)
You got an item: golden powder (9.2 ± 0.6%)
You got an item: green residue (9.1 ± 0.6%)
You got an item: greyish scobs (9.3 ± 0.6%)
You got an item: russet lump (8.6 ± 0.6%)
Immune to sonic damage.
Immune to psychic damage.
- As mentioned in the first hit message, sonic drills are an actual thing.
- The second hit and miss messages refer to the song "Sixteen Tons".
- The third hit and miss messages refer to Minecraft.
|This enemy is a robot with an electronic brain.|
|This enemy is a clockwork enemy.|