General Protection Fault
|General Protection Fault|
You are fighting General Protection Fault.
The application starts to load, but halfway through the progress bar freezes. A notice pops up on the screen saying something about a General Protection Fault. You don't know who General Fault is, or why he's inside the computer, but from the looks of him he's a mean son of a gun, and he's here to protect the system (from you).
Your opponent attacks ...
- The general inflicts severe corporal punishment on you. Eek!
- The general shoots you. It's a major pain.
- The general punches you in the privates. Uf.
He hits you for X damage.
Critical hit message:
Your opponent has a critical hit! He hits you for X damage.
- The general shoots at you, but the shot was aimed at your sergeant, which isn't a real body part.
- The general tries to execute the "dreaded rear admiral" attack, but army and navy don't mix.
- The general throws a vicious lieut hook, but you remind him that's only pronounced "left" in England and "loot" doesn't get him anything here.
Your foe fumbles! He takes X damage.
Victory! You beat up your foe and win the combat!
You gain 140 experience.
Verified to have no resistances or weaknesses.
- Occurs when you choose "bat", "exe", "load", "run", or "zip" 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.|
- Refers to General protection fault.
- The hit messages are jokes on military ranks corporal, major and private. The miss messages are jokes on sergeant, rear admiral (an exclusively naval rank) and Lieutenant (which in the UK is pronounced lef-tenant).
- Like General X, the image is that of General John Abizaid.