Lumpias

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Lumpias is an item.

Lumpias
Lumpias.png
In-Game Description
Tooltip Holy shit, these are really addicting! Eat one of your Lumpias to move 1-2 spaces forward and get Loving That Lumpia for 4 turns, granting you +1 Speed for the duration. Has 4 charges.

If you manage to eat another Lumpia while this effect is still up, its duration is refreshed to 4 turns and the Speed gain is increased by 1.

Flavor Text "It's not an eggroll, or a spring roll, or whatever you want to call it! It's a Lumpia!"

This item was designed by Downie, one of our most generous supporters!

Categories
Object, Food, Animal Products, Meat
Characteristics
Uses 4
Cooldown 3
Other appearances
3 Charges left
Lumpias3.png
2 Charges left
Lumpias2.png
1 Charge left
Lumpias1.png


Usage[edit | edit source]

Standard Use[edit | edit source]

  • Eat a Lumpia to move 1-2 spaces forward and gain Loving That Lumpia for 4 turns.
  • Loving That Lumpia: Passively grants (1+X) Speed, where X is equal to the amount of Lumpias you've eaten while this effect is active (not including the Lumpia which first began the effect.) This effect's duration can be refreshed to 4 turns.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • If you eat a Lumpia from this item after it is enchanted to be Delicious, it will remain Delicious.

Inherent Effect Tooltip[edit | edit source]

Loving That Lumpia Tooltip
You really love those Lumpia's! You have +Y Speed.


Duration: Z turn(s)


Buff.png Category: Buff

Event Use[edit | edit source]

How To Obtain[edit | edit source]

Strategy[edit | edit source]

  • TBD

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The original design for the item was supposed to be one giant Lumpia on a plate. Downie questioned as to why, and Dys' mistook it as his version of a Lumpia in the Netherlands, whereas Downie's version is the Filipino dish.
  • As to why the quote refers to it not being called several different names, this is a small peeve Downie has whether someone sees it as something else, especially as an eggroll.