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== '''Pixel Grub ★''' ==
 
== '''Pixel Grub ★''' ==
{{Infobox_grub|title1 = Pixel Grub ★|image1 = Pixel grub rare.jpg|hp = True|mp = False|attack = False|magic = True|defense = False|speed = False}}Pixel Grub ★ is a pixellated form of [[Roast Griffin]]. It's an 8-bit, tan-colored griffin leg with the bone in-tact along with cherry tomatoes and lettuce. It's served on a white plate.
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{{Infobox_grub|title1 = Pixel Grub ★|image1 = Dish134.png|hp = True|mp = False|attack = False|magic = True|defense = False|speed = False}}Pixel Grub ★ is a pixellated form of [[Roast Griffin]]. It's an 8-bit, tan-colored griffin leg with the bone in-tact along with cherry tomatoes and lettuce. It's served on a white plate.
   
 
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=== Trivia: ===
 
=== Trivia: ===
The pixellated griffin leg looks very similar to the 'pork chops' found in the walls of the Castlevania series.
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* The pixellated griffin leg looks very similar to the 'pork chops' found in the walls of the Castlevania series.
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* Despite the US description calling it "8-Bit" the sprite does not follow the traditional format of actual 8-bit sprites (almost all sprites from said era were usually limited to 3 colors at a time.)
   
 
== See Also: ==
 
== See Also: ==

Revision as of 00:16, 23 November 2017

Pixel Grub ★

Pixel Grub ★ is a pixellated form of Roast Griffin. It's an 8-bit, tan-colored griffin leg with the bone in-tact along with cherry tomatoes and lettuce. It's served on a white plate.

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Journal Number:

098

Description:

(US) Roast griffin - that special, 8-bit taste from your childhood.

(UK) Roast griffin - the special taste of your youth.

Trivia:

  • The pixellated griffin leg looks very similar to the 'pork chops' found in the walls of the Castlevania series.
  • Despite the US description calling it "8-Bit" the sprite does not follow the traditional format of actual 8-bit sprites (almost all sprites from said era were usually limited to 3 colors at a time.)

See Also: