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Paradox

Brownies, or Love & Lamb as a companion, are a pair of fairies in the first part of Monster Girl Quest: Paradox.

Monsterpedia Entry

“Sisters of the Fairy race who live in the Forest of Spirits. They are known are earth spirits, which are different from a typical wind spirit in how they are strong and dexterous despite being small. Their magical power appears to be weaker compared to the wind spirits, however. They are generally favourable towards humans, and there are even folk legends about them helping human blacksmiths.

However, they are hostile towards those who intrude upon the Forest of Spirits, and will aggressively attack them. Once overwhelmed by their strength, they will be made into their toys. They will play around with a man’s penis out of curiosity until they see him ejaculate. Although they will not take your life, vigilance is necessary as their mischief can be exhausting.”

Attacks

  • Attack – Normal Attack, One Enemy
  • Electric Shock – Physical Attack, One Enemy, Lightning Attribute, Shock 10%
  • Fire Roar Axe – Physical Attack, One Enemy, Fire Attribute, Burn 10%, Hit Rate: -10%
  • Earthquake – Certain Hit, All Enemies, Earth Attribute
  • Brownie Hand – Pleasure Attack, One Enemy
  • Brownie Kiss – Pleasure Attack, One Enemy

Strategy

They are unique in the aspect they are members of the fairy race but have a strangely low evasion rate. They make up for this with their powerful attacks, such as Fire Roar Axe and Electric Shock. They also attack twice.

They aren’t weak to any of the elements, in particular, so just avoid using the wind and earth elements.

Evaluation

“Oh, are you a toy this time? An all-around Hero. Suck him! Eat him! Squeeze him! The Brownies are strong fairies. In addition, they act twice in a row, so damage is inevitable. They’re weak to blind, so use that. They don’t have much defence, so you can beat them down too. They’re earth spirits, so earth isn’t effective. They’re also resistant to wind and water. Now go, oh brave Luka. Send those earth spirits back to the soil.”