This is one of the paths available to you upon ascension. In this path you may not drink any booze, nor gain drunkenness through most other means. In addition, you may not eat food nor drink any non-alcoholic drinks. Essentially, this path is a combination of the Teetotaler and Boozetafarian paths.
When defeating The Naughty Sorceress under this path, you will receive the equipment and consumables (marked in green) below. In your next ascension, when you open your letter from King Ralph XI, in addition to your pork elf goodies sack and disassembled clover or big rock, you will receive the tattoos below.
|A Canned air||An upgraded Normal numerical tattoo|
|A piece of Plexiglass equipment of your class||Three Canned airs||An upgraded Hardcore numerical tattoo||A path tattoo||A super shiny tattoo of your class|
- Like all paths, you can choose to abandon the Oxygenarian path at any time, but you will not gain any of the special Oxygenarian rewards. If you abandon Hardcore but retain the Oxygenarian path without abandoning it later, you will receive only the rewards you would get for a Normal Oxygenarian ascension.
- If you try to eat food or drink beverages as an Oxygenarian, you get the following error:
- "You may not eat food while you are on the Oxygenarian path."
- If you try to drink booze as an Oxygenarian, you get the following error:
- "You may not drink booze while you are on the Oxygenarian path."
- When completing the Azazel, Ma Belle sidequest, Oxygenarians acquire a steel-scented air freshener (instead of the steel margarita), which, when consumed, gives the Spleen of Steel, allowing for 20 spleen points as opposed to the normal 15.
- For Oxygenarians, Semi-Rare Adventures occur somewhere between every 100-120 adventures as opposed to the typical 160-200.
- Completing a Oxygenarian ascension will award 37 bonus karma, instead of 11 for a no-path ascension.
- The group known as Breatharians claim to be able to go without food or drink.
- The "OxyCore" (Hardcore and Oxygenarian) Tattoo is the Lewis Structure (or Electron Dot Diagram) of breathable oxygen, O2.
- The word "Oxygenarian" is a play on the word "Octogenarian", which is a person who has lived at least 80 years.
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