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(Added dialogue. Oh and there are 25 lamps in the room as well. Good luck, Mickey Mouse!)
(Can Mickey Mouse recall his math knowledge before the lamps blow him to smithereens? Find out in this episode!)
 
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''Something is happening...''
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== Overview ==
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[[File:PowerLamp-0.png|thumb|174x174px]]
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<blockquote>''"Something is happening..."''</blockquote>The Power Lamp Surgery scenario is a rare event that can occur upon 'entering' a [[Pitfall (Event)|Pitfall Orb]] that can be found in various spots of the Nightmare. Unlike the players vs monsters scenario of most Pitfall scenario, the player will assume the role of Mr. Mickey, a medical 'expert' with the unique ability to perform precise and excellent surgeries on Power Lamps. How this works is unclear and unknown to the majority.
   
''"Mr. Mickey, hello."''
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After being welcomed and guided by the [[Lampshade]], Mr. Mickey (the player) will be taken to a small room filled with a few hidden Rat Tokens, up to 25 Power Lamps, and a sparkling toaster that allows them to leave whenever they desire to. In order for Mr. Mickey (the player) to successfully complete the surgery, the player must retrieve the correct Power Lamp, avoiding as many fake Power Lamps as possible. There is no known way to differentiate the real Power Lamp from the other ones.
   
''"Please take a seat, we'll begin the operation very shortly."''
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When Mr. Mickey (the player) attempts to examine a fake Power Lamp, it will explode, dealing '''700''' damage in addition to a constantly ticking '''60''' damage if they do not step away from the flaming residue that appears shortly afterwards. Upon finding the real Power Lamp, the Power Lamp will be added to Mr. Mickey's inventory (the player's inventory), and the surgery will be complete. Attempting to collect leftover Power Lamps is considered pointless, as it will only result in Mr. Mickey taking in more damage from its explosion and flaming residues.
   
''"Okay, Mr. Mickey. We're going to put you in the room very shortly now."''
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Without any armor or healing equipment, it is very likely that Mr. Mickey will fail the task and be forced to quit the surgery or risk an early retirement (death).
 
''"Just do what feels natural. Avoid any distress, Mr. Mickey. Thank you for operating with us today."''
 
 
== Summary ==
 
[[File:PowerLamp-0.png|thumb|325x325px]]
 
'''Power Lamp Surgery''' is a rare event that can occur when entering a Nightmare Orb randomly found within the Nightmare.
 
 
Instead of combat, players assume the role of Mickey, a medical 'expert' with the unique ability to perform precise surgeries on lamps.
 
 
After introducing themselves to the Lampshade, Mickey appears in a small room filled with a few Rat Tokens, 25 lamps, and a toaster that allows them to leave whenever they desire.
 
 
In order for Mickey to successfully to complete the surgery, they must retrieve the correct lamp, avoiding as many of the fake ones as possible. There is no known way to tell the real lamp from the fake ones.
 
 
When Mickey attempts to collect a fake lamp, it explodes dealing a large amount of damage (affected by Armor) before leaving flaming residue for a short time, which can further damage the doctor if they do not back away afterwards.
 
 
Upon finding the correct one, the Power Lamp is added to Mickey's inventory, and the surgery is finished allowing them to leave satisfied. Trying to collect any more lamps is pointless as it will only result in taking more damage.
 
 
Without any armor or healing methods, it is very likely Mickey will fail the task and be forced to quit the surgery or risk an early retirement.
 
 
''"Good work, Mickey."''
 
   
 
=== Gallery ===
 
=== Gallery ===
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
77lamps.png|That's a lot of lamps to go through...
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77lamps.png| 25 Lamps laid out in the Power Lamp Surgery scenario.
77morelamps.png|Doesn't look any better from this angle, either.
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77morelamps.png| Mr. Mickey (the player) clearing up fake Power Lamps.
77oofs.png|About as painful as it looks.
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77oofs.png| Mr. Mickey (the player) taking in damage from the fake Power Lamp's explosion.
Lampyboy1.png
 
Lampyboy2.png
 
Lampyboy3.png
 
Lampyboy4.png
 
Lampyboy5.png
 
 
</gallery>
 
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Latest revision as of 04:12, November 12, 2018

Overview Edit

PowerLamp-0

"Something is happening..."
The Power Lamp Surgery scenario is a rare event that can occur upon 'entering' a Pitfall Orb that can be found in various spots of the Nightmare. Unlike the players vs monsters scenario of most Pitfall scenario, the player will assume the role of Mr. Mickey, a medical 'expert' with the unique ability to perform precise and excellent surgeries on Power Lamps. How this works is unclear and unknown to the majority.

After being welcomed and guided by the Lampshade, Mr. Mickey (the player) will be taken to a small room filled with a few hidden Rat Tokens, up to 25 Power Lamps, and a sparkling toaster that allows them to leave whenever they desire to. In order for Mr. Mickey (the player) to successfully complete the surgery, the player must retrieve the correct Power Lamp, avoiding as many fake Power Lamps as possible. There is no known way to differentiate the real Power Lamp from the other ones.

When Mr. Mickey (the player) attempts to examine a fake Power Lamp, it will explode, dealing 700 damage in addition to a constantly ticking 60 damage if they do not step away from the flaming residue that appears shortly afterwards. Upon finding the real Power Lamp, the Power Lamp will be added to Mr. Mickey's inventory (the player's inventory), and the surgery will be complete. Attempting to collect leftover Power Lamps is considered pointless, as it will only result in Mr. Mickey taking in more damage from its explosion and flaming residues.

Without any armor or healing equipment, it is very likely that Mr. Mickey will fail the task and be forced to quit the surgery or risk an early retirement (death).

Gallery Edit

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