|05-17-2008, 07:37 PM||#11|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: On Earth (Probably)
Re: Happyponygate Boss Contest!
Candy Kane (I am pretty sure nobody took that already): A guy named Kane, made of red and white barber-shop pole-like candy... add blue and he'll look French...
Attacks: Rosebud!*: Candy Kane whacks you with a rose; Candy Kane's Candy Cane: Candy Kane pokes you with a sharp candy cane (or throws it)... hey wait, Candy Kane didn't have a candy cane**;
Really overrated movie attack*: This is not really an attack of his, but a passive effect, in which a movie plays on a screen behind Candy Kane, constantly damagin you due to its boringness (isolated and indented because it is important for defeating Candy Kane)
; Werewolf ***: Candy Kane turns into a wolf for a limited amount of time, during which he claws at you and bites you... like a wolf...
How to defeat Candy Kane: Candy Kane himself is, although not invulnerable, very hard to defeat. However hitting the screen playing the overrated movie damages and stuns him, as well as hurting the screen (which immediately moves, so you can't just keep hitting it). If Candy Kane is defeated without the screen being destroyed, the screen must still be destroyed.
Obscure reference list: * This is a reference to Citizen Kane, which, while it is thought to be one of the best movies ever, is sometimes considered a little boring; **: This is a reference to an episode of "The Simpsons" (by Matt Groenings) in which they go to a museum, in which there is a cane labeled "Kane's Cane", to which Bart replies "Hey, wait, Kane didn't have a Cane!" (or something like that); ***: This is a reference to a game called "Legacy of Kain" (or something like that) a game where you play a vampire called Kain. One of Kain's abilities was to transform into a wolf...
Cutte Cuter... I mean Cute Cutter: A water cutter that uses cuteness, rather than water, to cute... err... cut things... Happy Ponies use these because Cute is in more of an abundance than water in Happy Pony World...
Attacks:... uhh... it goes above you... and sprays cuteness on you... that's about it... (note: it follows you, and is faster than you, but cannot make sharp turns).
How to defeat Cute Cutter: Just cute... cut... its power supply... which, Kane's screen, moves somehow, defying logic... (the power supply, by the way, isn't on the Cute Cutter, it is a box with wires coming out of it, that is somewhere on the screen); or just wait until it runs out of cutece... err... juice... or cute, whatever...
Eres Bar (note: Eres is the Greek version of Mars): This is a chocolate bar that also happens to be a god of war (no, I was not intending that as an obscure reference...)
Attacks: Summon: It summons chocolate soldiers and choclateers* (like musketeers, except they shoot chocolate, out of a gun made of chocolate). Slash: It slashes you with its sword (made of chocolate), and does not make any obscure references to any guitarists...
How to defeat Eres Bar: Generally I like to go with the "Do something else other than hit them" way, but I can't really think of anything other than firing surprisingly powerful ICBM's at a nearby planet (which I feel is going a bit... too far with the "Do something other than hit them" thing)
Obscure reference list: *in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" I vaguely remember Willy Wonka being described as a "Choclateer".
Snuggle Snooble*: A dinosaur that shoots heart-shaped bubbles...
attacks: Shoot the aforementioned heart-shaped bubbles... note, the thing about the heart bubbles is that they do minimal damage, however if 3 hit you, and are adjacent, they explode, doing quite a bit more damage than 3 normal attacks. By adjacent I mean, you have 6 (or more) sides (no not really, just for the bubble thing), that the bubbles "stick to", meaning you can turn and have one hit you so that 3 are not adjacent... however... the damage per bubble increases when 4, or 5 bubbles pop at the same time...
Basically: If you think you won't get a 4th (or 5th) time, you can try to avoid having 3 adjacent to each other by having them non-adjacent, just realise that if you mess up and getting 4 (or 5) adjacent to each other, it'll hurt...
Ascii drawing of what I am trying to explain:
--_O_----------So, given that the three black O's are bubbles that have already hit you, and the rest are vacant spots, if a bubble
O/You\O-------hits the red space, it will cause three to burst. If it hits the blue space it will cause four to burst. If on hits the
O\___/O-------greenspace, none will burst, however, if one hits the green space and then the red space, it will cause 5 to burst.
---O-----------Generally you have the ability to turn and make the bubbles hit wherever you want, to some extent...
To defeat Snuggle Snooble: Hit it, if hurt enough it will drop its supply of bubbles, destroy the supply of bubbles and Snuggle Snooble will cry or faint or whatever** because it apparently can't claw at you with its razor sharp claws, or bite you with its teeth.
Obscure references: *Bubble Bobble. **: I think that the dinosaur (bub, or is it bubba?) in bubble bobble (and puzzle bobble) will either cry or faint upon losing... but I don't remember exactly...
Last edited by Hammer Sideways; 05-17-2008 at 07:54 PM. Reason: Added an ascii drawing...