A Series of Fortunate Events
While stealthily tiptoeing through the harem looking for stuff to swipe, you open a door and see four gorgeous harem girls reclining on overstuffed cushions (which isn't unusual, seeing as that's how they spend 85% of their day). They spot you before you can sneak away, but they don't call for the guards.
"Hey, big boy," one says. "D'you feel like getting lucky?"
"I sure do," you say. You pull out a deck of cards and proceed to beat the socks off of them in eighteen straight rounds of Cobb's Knob Hold 'Em. You win so much that they run out of meat and have to bet their personal effects. You even get a little bit of a workout carrying all of the spoils.
Yup, I'd say you got pretty darn lucky.
Your ten-leaf clover disappears in a puff of smoke.
|You acquire an item: Knob Goblin perfume|
|You gain 300 Meat.|
|You gain 20 Muscleboundness.|
- If playing as a female character, or if wearing a Knob Goblin Harem Girl Disguise, the first two paragraphs are replaced by the following:
- While stealthily tiptoeing through the harem looking for stuff to swipe, you open a door and see four knob goblin elite guardsmen whiling away their off-duty time by seeing how hard they can punch each other in the arm (a very simple game, but one of the guards' favorites). They spot you before you can sneak away, but don't reach for their polearms, for some reason.
- "Hey, cutie," one says. "D'you feel like getting lucky?"
- The name of this adventure is a play on words of A Series of Unfortunate Events, a children's book series written by Daniel Handler under the pseudonym of Lemony Snicket.
- The game "Cobb's Knob Hold'em" is a reference to a version of poker called "Texas Hold'em," which is the most popular poker variant played in casinos in the US.
- The phrase "getting lucky" is a slang term for copulation.