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Lollipop Chainsaw Boss and Booze Countdown/ NUMBER ONE!


Here we are, at the number one boss of Lollipop Chainsaw and the final boozy beverage of this series. Like he even NEEDS an introduction…

1: Lewis Legend, The Rock n’ Roller Zombie

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Damn. Just…Damn. That is the most ridiculously attractive undead character I have ever seen.  There is some concept art where Lewis’s pretty face looks like it had taken a nice affinity to some asphalt, but the developers chose to make him into a handsome devil. I wholeheartedly approve of that decision. However, handsome as he is, Lewis is the most outright sadistic of the five purveyors. He loves the sounds of screaming and death, and loves it more when he is the cause of those sounds. He also has, I believe, the best voice work in the game. One would expect him to have a voice similar to the very early rockers of the 50s, but instead his tone is a low reverberating growl that really fits with his violent personality. Lewis is more than just a good looking bad guy, he’s an INCREDIBLE boss. A multistaged epic of a battle that far outclasses the final boss, Lewis is first fought on his bike, and then fought in the many stages of the amazingly awesome mech Ellyphant. This is the longest and one of the most difficult fights of the game, but the grandeur, the music, and Lewis himself make it one of the best fights I have ever played in my years of gaming. I might sound a bit fangirly with all of the things I have said, but let’s face it, a boss this good DESERVES to have more fans.

Lewis represents the roots of rock n’ roll, and the culture of the 50s. As such, I have chosen a very classic drink, the ubiquitous martini, and done a riff off of it, I quite enjoy martinis and trying different variations of them, so I greatly enjoyed producing this dark and intense creation. I prefer a blend of both gin and vodka in my martinis but you can adjust the levels of each to your liking. This drink is smooth at first, but ends in an aggressive but satisfying note, just like this fantastic boss fight.

Beautiful Death

1 1/2 oz Blavod (black vodka)

1 1/2 oz good gin (my favorite is Bombay Sapphire)

1/2 oz Chambord

1/2 oz dry vermouth

Ice

Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a lemon peel. Enjoy the essence of Elephant Rock.

 

 

 

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