8-Bit is Enough Responses (Crates)

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Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People has many responses when you talk to various characters and interact with various objects. These are the responses from Crates in 8-Bit Is Enough.

On these pages, A → B (right arrow) means that the response happens when object A is used on thing B, or in the case of talking to other characters, the indicated sequence of chat topic icons are chosen.


A short horizontal line between two or more responses, such as the one above, means only one of the responses is heard at a time, and that the action results in a different response each time it occurs.


Contents

[edit] Crates

[edit] Bucket

STRONG BAD: I've been in enough of these quote-unquote "adventure" games to guess that this thing's supposed to hold rivets.

STRONG BAD: Intriguing. Or... dare I say? Riveting.

[edit] Crates

STRONG BAD: It's a mile-high pile of videogame crates! Where were YOU guys when I needed a power-up in Hallway Warriors III, huh?

STRONG BAD: I'm getting dizzy just looking at that mountain of power-ups, ammo, medkits, extra lives, shields, coins, bananas... {almost throws up} ...urp. Whoa, maybe a little nauseous.

[edit] Light Musket

STRONG BAD: {taking the musket} All right! The light musket peripheral from "Spirit of '76"! Complete with photonic ramrod and frequency frisson. {takes those as well} With this baby, I'll be able to blast wavelengths of liberty and all sorts of stuff!
{The instructions for using the musket comes down, printed on what looks like The Paper}
INSTRUCTIONS: Equip the light musket by selecting it in your inventory. Use the right mouse button to fire your light musket.

{after taking the first musket and reopening the crate}
STRONG BAD: I don't need a cheap knock-off respawning light musket; I've got the original.

[edit] Lone Crate

STRONG BAD: I'd bet most of Strong Sad's savings that THIS crate has something interesting in it. {pushes himself against the box} Errrp! {backs away} Well, THAT'S not opening.

STRONG BAD: {pushes himself against the box} Errrp! {backs away}
HOMESTAR: {pops up} Too bad you're not a videogame-type character, 'cause then you'd be able to just punch your way into that crate. {vanishes}

[edit] Snakes → Crate

STRONG BAD: Okay, guys, I realize I'm asking a lot from a bunch of pixelated snakes with, at most, a dozen or so lines of code between them, but could you just sit here on this crate and, uh... slither for a while?
{He puts the snakes on the side of the crate, where they slither}
STRONG BAD: Cool! Thanks.

STRONG BAD: {singing while putting the snakes on the crate} Snakes on a crate...

{Strong Bad puts the snakes on the crates without saying anything.}

[edit] Snake Boxer → Crate

{If the crate has the snakes on it}
STRONG BAD: {mimicking a boxing ring announcer} In the slimy green corner, weighing in at, uh... 800 pounds, is a crate covered in snakes! And in the blue corner, weighing in at 128 pixels, is the flatland flattener, the asp assassin, the python pounder, the one and only... a-SNAKE BOXER!!
{Snake Boxer approaches the crate and punches it a few times. The crate opens up, revealing the contents therein: a light musket. The snakes slither off}
STRONG BAD: That was quick. Those snakes must've taken a dive.

{Snake Boxer punches the crate and breaks it. The snakes slither back to Strong Bad and he takes what else was inside.}
STRONG BAD: It's the box for the "Videlectrix Halfathlon"! Voted "Best Sports-Related Game" by Videlectrix Power magazine for three years running!

[edit] The Poopsmith

STRONG BAD: Yo, Poopsmith!
{The Poopsmith holds up a sign saying "Let's build something".}
STRONG BAD: {confused} What?
HOMESTAR: {appears on screen} Pssst. Strong Bad. Just between you, me, and the interface layer, I don't think the Poopsmith's playin' with a full bucket. He thinks he's Mista Fixit from that old construction-worker game. {vanishes}
STRONG BAD: Wow, that's old-school! {to the Poopsmith} Well, "Fixit", how would you like to join me in my epic quest to, um, rebuild reality? It's one heck of a fixer-upper!
{The Poopsmith looks down at the bucket near him and holds up a sign showing a cluster of black dots.}
STRONG BAD: {puzzled} What is that? Buckshot? Chicken feed? A bunch of ellipses? Is that it? Do you need ellipses?

STRONG BAD: C'mon, Poop- {quickly corrects himself} Mista Fixit, join my party, it'll be fun. There'll be hammers!
{The Poopsmith looks down at his bucket and holds up the sign showing the black dot cluster again.}
STRONG BAD: {defeated} Fine, I'll find you some... whatever that picture is.

[edit] Pebbles → The Poopsmith

Note that Pebbles → Bucket has the same effect.
STRONG BAD: {puts the pebbles in the bucket} Hey, uh, "Mista". I think I found some rivets! At least I think they're rivets... I guess they could be grapes... or nickels...
{The Poopsmith holds up a sign with 2 exclamation points on it.}
STRONG BAD: Cool! So you'll join my party?
{The Poopsmith holds up the sign that said "Let's Build Something" from earlier.}
STRONG BAD: That's what I'm talkin' about!
{The bucket, the Poopsmith's spade and his hat vanish one by one before he vanishes himself.}
ON-SCREEN TEXT: MISTA FIXIT has joined your party!

[edit] Snake Boxer

STRONG BAD: Y'know, your blocky fists of fury could come in pretty handy. Wanna join my party to save reality?
SNAKE BOXER: {on-screen caption} ... {vanishes}
ON-SCREEN TEXT: SNAKE BOXER has joined your party!

[edit] Upon moving toward the left side of the screen

{Strong Bad walks forward, but starts backing away when he sees something punching near his feet.}
STRONG BAD: Whoa, I almost stepped in— {looks at the punching entity} ...SNAKE BOXER?!? Oh, I get it. I almost didn't see you there, what with you being two-dimensional and all.
SNAKE BOXER: {on-screen caption} ...
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