You are fighting an overzealous dancer.
This girl is The Real Thing. On the dance floor she'll take control, she'll voodoo-u; she's a superstar, she's the most wonderful girl, and then--bam! Out comes the evil.
Your opponent attacks ...
- The dancer whips out a book of matches. In time to the music she starts lighting them and flicking them at you. Turns out she's a prodigy firestarter, and those matches really burn.
- She invites you to her next thrill cult meeting, but it's a real killer. You've got a lesson to learn--this devil bunny's got the kiss of death.
- Here she is now hitting your east side. Here she is now going to the west side. Here she is now punching your north side. Here she is now kicking your back side. She's sure got one whale of a kick.
She hits you for X damage.
Critical hit message:
Your opponent has a critical hit! She hits you for X damage.
- The dancer shouts, "Are you ready for this?" She follows up the question with 3 limited--very limited--attempts to kick-dance you, but her tribal dance fails. Guess she should have shifted into maximum overdrive if she wanted to be effective.
- She raves to the rhythm, grooves to the move, and shouts "I'm gonna get you." Just then the rave alarm goes off, interrupting her attack. Lucky you!
- She attacks using the "vegas crystal" method of martial arts. She begins with a bad stone punch, transitions into a vapor trail, and then she's comin' back to finish with a cherry twist. She's a busy child, but you're a jaded hero and have no trouble dodging.
Your foe fumbles! She takes X damage.
Victory! You beat up your foe and win the combat!
You gain 28 experience.
100% weak to electric damage.
- The dancer references numerous techno bands, songs and albums.
- Her description mentions the 2 Unlimited's song The Real Thing, the Lords of Acid album Voodoo-U, and their song "Out Comes the Evil" from the same album.
- The first hit message references the techno band The Prodigy and their major hit Firestarter.
- The second hit message references the industrial band My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult and their song "Devil Bunnies".
- The third hit message references the electronica artist Moby and his song "South Side". Moby got his stage name from a famous fictional whale.
- The first miss references the Eurodance group 2 Unlimited and their albums Get Ready for This, Tribal Dance, and their song Maximum Overdrive.
- The third miss message is a reference to the electronica band The Crystal Method and their debut album Vegas. Specifically it mentions the songs "Bad Stone", "Vapor Trail", Comin' Back, "Cherry Twist", "Busy Child", and "Jaded".