Monster Blood

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Monster Blood
Monster Blood.png
Statistics
Type: Passive
Quality: C Quality Item.png
Sell Creep Price: 21 Money.png
Unlock Method: Purchase from Professor Goopton for 5 Hegemony Credit.png.
Ammonomicon Entry
Twist To Open
Emits deadly ooze when damaged.

This canister contains a poisonous sample of dangerous monster blood, collected by Médecins Sans Diplôme for study.

Monster Blood is a passive item.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Taking damage spawns a pool of poison creep.
  • Grants immunity to poison.
  • Grants a heart container.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Synergy.png Deadly Distraction - If the player also has Decoy, the Decoy creates a large poison pool when attacked.
  • Synergy.png Deadlier Distraction - If the player also has Explosive Decoy, the Explosive Decoy explodes and creates a large poison pool when attacked.
  • Synergy.png Monster Grub - If the player also has Shotgrub, Shotgrub's bullets will home in on enemies.
  • Synergy.png Natural Selection - If the player also has Evolver, it evolves after every 3 unique enemy types killed instead of 5.
  • Synergy.png Pandemic Pistol - If the player also has Plague Pistol, the pistol turns into the Pandemic Pistol, turning red with an increased ammo capacity, and its bullets become linked like VertebraeK-47's bullets.
  • Synergy.png Venom Veins - If the player also has Mutation, Mutation will poison enemies damaged by it.
  • Does not grant a heart to The Robot.
  • Prior to the Supply Drop Update, Monster Blood did not grant a heart container and had a different icon.
  • On the Switch version, and Windows 10 Steam version, the accented characters in the Ammonomicon entry won’t show up, instead reading "Mdecins Sans Diplme".

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This item may be a reference to the book Monster Blood, the third title in the original Goosebumps series, written by R. L. Stine. In the books, Monster Blood came in a twist-to-open can.
  • "Médecins Sans Diplôme" is French for "Doctors Without Diplomas", and is a reference to Médecins Sans Frontières, the global humanitarian organization born in France and known in English as Doctors Without Borders.

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