Talk:The Infiltrationist

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Wearing a maiden wig and frilly skirt while attempting to catburgle yields this:

You manage to make it about halfway to the frat house before you're accosted by a wandering drunk frat orc. "Hey, who are you!?" he slurs, "And what are you doing in our yard, bra?"

"I'm... uhh... a new pledge," you reply, "and I'm out here cleaning up the, umm, all-male oil-wrestling pit, because, uhh, Brett told me to."

He glances at your skirt. "Yeah, okay, bra. I mean, hey, get back to work, pledge!"

As he stumbles off into the bushes, you continue trying to make your way toward the house.

You make it about three-quarters of the way across the yard (what is this, Zeno's paradox?) before you bump into another frat orc. He grabs you by the shoulders, shakes you, and says "Pledge! I'm hungry! Give me something to eat!"

You rifle through your pockets looking for something a frat boy might eat, but come up with nothing.

"You've gotta be kidding, bra. You don't even have, like, some hot wings or something? You make me sick, pledge. Sick with hunger and with rage."

He tosses you (unceremoniously) over the back wall and stomps off to find somebody else to terrorize.

The same message displays if you have hot wings in inventory. --Goat 01:38, 4 December 2007 (CST)

Don't remember the text, but the second option gets you the dentures if you have a mullet wig equipped and a briefcase in your inventory, with separate text for not having either, just having the wig, and having both. Somebody should be able to get the text for this pretty easily. In about an hour I'll get in on a multi anyways. --NoHassles 01:48, 4 December 2007 (CST)

  • You need hot wings. Qaianna 04:17, 4 December 2007 (CST)

Could just be my imagination, but is this a reference to the game Hitman? Specifically the (first?) level where you have to infiltrate a compound, and can do so by either laying siege, sneaking in, or dressing up as a delivery man? Entirely possible this is just standard spy affair, of course. --Eugene 06:24, 4 December 2007 (CST)

The post in the reference section of the article mentions the wrong one of Zeno's paradoxes, It should be the one which "shows" that one cannot actually reach a point, only get arbitrarily close. (1/2 the original distance, 1/4 , 1/8, and so on). It does not reference the Achilles and the tortoise which is similar but not the same. --Zanelron 20:46, 5 December 2007 (CST)