You are fighting a Silk Worm.
This infectious piece of code has the odd property of also being valuable, if you're into the electronic silk trade.
Your opponent attacks ...
- It strangles you with a silk noose of its own making. If only there was a knife worm around so you could cut yourself free.
- It burrows into your brain, where an admin takes control and downloads 100 GB of Sex and the City episodes.
- It worms its way into your heart. Literally. Ouch!
It hits you for X damage.
Critical hit message:
Your opponent has a critical hit! It hits you for X damage.
- It tries to strangle you with a coil of silk, but it's only one strand thick and snaps easily.
- The worm tries to burrow past your defenses, but you've got all your accounts secured with complex passwords like "Qu1jyb0". Ah, shoot, now you're going to have to go change it again.
- It tries to win you over with its wormtongue, but you play Gandalf to its Grima and resist.
Your foe fumbles! It takes X damage.
Victory! You beat up your foe and win the combat!
You gain 60 experience.
Verified to have no resistances or weaknesses.
- Occurs when you choose "bug", "debug", "virus", "trojan", or "worm" on There's a Blog.Org for This.
- Using a degausser destroys this foe, yielding subscript iota.
|This enemy is a robot with an electronic brain.|
- A computer worm.
- Mentions TV series Sex and the City.
- The third miss message refers to Gríma Wormtongue and Gandalf, both characters from J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings.
- The second miss message's password, qu1jyb0, is l33t speak of the word quijibo, a fictional word created by Bart of The Simpsons.