Pocketcat (Daan)

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Pocketcat (Daan) overworld.png
Inflicted phobias
Phobias Zoophobia
Physical description
Species Human (Moonscorched)
Spiritual Information
Soul Blank soul
Item drops
Search (Light blue vial, Scalpel and Silk vest)
Steal (Catnip)
Battle Theme
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The Pocketcat is a boss encountered in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina. If not dealt with properly, Daan will turn into Pocketcat on Day 3 Morning.


Daan will turn into Pocketcat if he is not recruited on Day 3 Morning. He can be found standing in front of the black-and-white abstract painting in the Museum, replacing the old Pocketcat.

If Daan is being played as or is recruited, Pocketcat will stop being available at the Museum on Day 3.

On Day 3 Night, Daan will turn into Pocketcat.


Body Part HP Blunt Slashing Piercing Fire Otherwordly Ev. Rate Magic Ev. Resistances
Head 1400 120% 80% 80% 80% 80% 5% None None
Torso 2500 (10000) None None
Torso (Rot) 1750 (7000) None None
Right Arm 2000 None None
Left Arm 2000 None None
Right Leg 2000 None None
Left Leg 2000 None None
  • Note: HP in parenthesis is only used for Damage-over-Time calculations.


Fear & Hunger Mode

He will skip a turn, and on the other next turns, will ask the specific character in the party which limb would they want to remove. The player can't deny his request, they must choose between 3 options -- it's best to be equipped with an item that prevents limb loss. If the player keep saying to remove the same limb over and over, he will ask you to stop cheating, and select a different one.

Masoχ-S/M Mode




  • Pocketcat: “I've given these past few days some thought and... I can't really put my finger on it. There's something awfully familiar about all of this, don't you think old sport? I've got this weird sense of déjà vu from the most random of things. Like please do stop me if you've heard this before - There is an ominous moon staring down on us, this term 'Termina' thrown around awfully lot... ...The accidental inclusion of Bremen army to all this, the three day time limit... And did you get to see those lovely owl cultist chaps yet? It's all just so--”
    • Player: “...Familiar!”
      • Pocketcat: “Right!! I'm so glad to have met you! There is some sssserious brain leakage going on between the two of us!”
    • Player: “I don't know what you're talking about.”
      • Pocketcat: “Oh...? You're not seeing what I'm seeing? Hm. Ain't that a pickle to suckle on?”
    • Player: “...”
      • Pocketcat: “It's all just so familiar, isn't it?”
        • Pocketcat: “That has lead me to think how myths and legends are born in the first place. Everyone knows the classics that originate from mere fairy tales told to children before their bedtime. I would be one to know them better than many, if you catch my drift my dear friend. Time took those tales and kept telling them again and again. Like a good broken telephone, the stories took new forms depending on who was telling them. The living pictures we see on the silver screen would barely be recognizable to the sweet little children folk who first heard the tales hundreds of years ago, told by their mothers. It's a wild ride for sure. What do you think will happen to modern tales crafted straight to the silver screen in this day and age? Are we going to take elements from those stories and keep honing them to perfection as well? Let the good old broken telephone keep the good bits while we selfishly craft new meat around them? Are we going to see this ill-tempered (rightly so), pale old moon threat mankind time and time again with his strict three day limit? Are we going to dress into these silly masks and act the parts meant for the people that came before us? What do you reckon, love? I genuinely don't know myself...”
          • Pocketcat: (Player has Mind read skill) You read his mind... “I did it! I dropped the 'L' bomb! What a rush! I'd tap my back if my tapping hand wasn't so deep in my pocket... Maybe you can do it in my stead, you little eavesdropper? Or you rather dig into my pocket while I tap myself? I jest. I jest. Don't worry, we both share the same gift of eavesdropping. Let us get back to our subject.”
            • Player: “The stories will keep on changing with times...”
              • Pocketcat: “Hmm... It's food for thought, that's for sure.”
            • Player: “We will stick to the originals.”
              • Pocketcat: “Hmm... It's food for thought, that's for sure.”
            • Player: “There will always be someone to rip off popular stories.”
              • Pocketcat: “Hmm... It's food for thought, that's for sure.”
            • Player: “The stories will only briefly live in this day and then vanish.”
              • Pocketcat: “Hmm... It's food for thought, that's for sure.”
            • Player: “I don't care.”
              • Pocketcat: “Hmm... It's food for thought, that's for sure.”


“Pocketcat is down...”
Action Result Flavour text
Use Brain flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Use Heart flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Beat him Nothing “No reaction. He is dead.”
Medical diagnosis Nothing
“He looks to be dead. The mask looks to be fused with the person's face for whatever reason. You cannot get it off no matter how you try to peel it.”
Search (Light blue vial, Scalpel and Silk vest) Nothing
Leave Success Nothing
Devour Success “You devoured the remains.”
Harvest an organ Success Nothing
Saw off his head (Head of the Pocketcat) Nothing
Necromancy Failure “The soul is too corrupted and frail to be summoned back to the body. The necromancy failed.”


  • Daan Pocketcat is the only moonscorched contestant not to have “Desperation” as their battle theme.



In-game Footage

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