Difference between revisions of "Pet Personalities"

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* '''«Truthful»''' - Like Gromit, your pet seems to have a master's degree. It will tell your hero when it is wise to retreat even though this may only be effective like The Voice of God to your hero, it doesn't always work.
 
* '''«Truthful»''' - Like Gromit, your pet seems to have a master's degree. It will tell your hero when it is wise to retreat even though this may only be effective like The Voice of God to your hero, it doesn't always work.
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* '''«Unbeatable»'''
  
 
* '''«Unique»''' - Your pet is truly one of a kind to you. This is achieved only through much Divine Intervention on occasions that the pet has died and in return, the pet will take good care of your hero through life and death.
 
* '''«Unique»''' - Your pet is truly one of a kind to you. This is achieved only through much Divine Intervention on occasions that the pet has died and in return, the pet will take good care of your hero through life and death.

Revision as of 04:51, 8 March 2011

After a few levels have been gained by a pet, it will gain a personality. The personality appears between a « and » next to the pet's name. The personality of a pet changes every few levels so that it becomes more useful to its owner. Below is a list of pet personalities and what they mean for the pet's behaviour. There is no order of ascension; the changes are random.

  • «Brutal» -gives a hard time to enemies
  • «Bustler»
  • «Cheerful» - Always seems to be happy no matter the occasion, even when your hero has died.
  • «Chunky» -large but not lazy and tries to help sometimes.
  • «Clumsy» -always bumping into things and dropping priceless ceramic items everywhere
  • «Dashing» - a well groomed pet achieved by a hardworking master. Does well in local pet shows and earns quite a sum during street performances.
  • «Drolly»- a trickster, often pulls pranks.
  • «Fearful» - Hides at the sight of monsters, often giving backup trough the form of intel to the master.
  • «Fearsome»- attacks monsters from behind and often scared them mid battle, reducing their defense. Sometimes cowardly.
  • «Frisky» - misbehaves often but can be useful.
  • «Garish» - Tends to roll in mudpuddles, then romp through fields of flowers, collecting pollen of various hues. This distracts the Hero's opponents, reducing their defenses..
  • «Harsh»
  • «Infernal» - A truly devilish pet achieved through much misery and ill-treatment. Attacks monster often but may die easily as a result.
  • «Lazy» -says it all; no help at all.
  • «Lucky» -keen and prone to miraculously finding gold bricks.
  • «Mighty» -scares monsters away
  • «Neat» - Often fetches the hero goodies in order to receive praise. It will also learn a few tricks on its own! Neat!
  • «Nimble» - A truly flexible pet that can dodge flying baskets and rotten fruits thrown at it and his master from pursuing stall owners. (You'd better return that stolen fish from that store)
  • «Parlous»
  • «Rorty»-Useful but may decide to randomly destroy an item from your inventory
  • «Scary» - effective monster deterrent, although monsters scare themselves away a lot of the time too.
  • «Shaggy» - Knows the little streets behind the markets and knows the little side deals that may be available. Helps the hero save some money through these little ways.
  • «Skittish» - seems always to have drunken 12 energy drinks... at once.
  • «Slashing»
  • «Snoopy»
  • «Splendid»- always happy, the perfect pet
  • «Surly»
  • «Swanky»
  • «Tenacious» - A tough pet that is willing to follow your hero through harsh deserts and sticky swamps. It is able to last longer before any pet would have fainted.
  • «Truthful» - Like Gromit, your pet seems to have a master's degree. It will tell your hero when it is wise to retreat even though this may only be effective like The Voice of God to your hero, it doesn't always work.
  • «Unbeatable»
  • «Unique» - Your pet is truly one of a kind to you. This is achieved only through much Divine Intervention on occasions that the pet has died and in return, the pet will take good care of your hero through life and death.
  • «Vigorous» - helps the hero heal by various means like fetching potions, sometimes destroys something from the hero's inventory
  • «Vivid» -appreciates everything, unfortunately a little naive
  • «Wild» - Sometimes your pet sniffs the air and detects another one of his kind. He gets excited at the news that he might get a playmate. A pet in this state is best left alone; in cases where signs of aggression shows. (Caution: May bite)