Difference between revisions of "The Carriageman"

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The Carriageman is located next to [[The Dreadsylvanian Woods]].  When a ? is ? from ?, it adds 1 sheet to the wind.
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The Carriageman is located next to [[The Dreadsylvanian Woods]].  When a player gives booze to him, it adds N sheets to the wind where N is the potency of the booze.
 
*''With no sheets to the wind'':
 
*''With no sheets to the wind'':
 
???
 
???
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*''If you have access to the Castle with access to the Village''<br />
 
*''If you have access to the Castle with access to the Village''<br />
 
He is also drunk enough to take you to the Castle.
 
He is also drunk enough to take you to the Castle.
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*''When unlocking the Village''
  
 
The Carriageman gladly accepts your booze. After gulping it down, he looks 1,000 sheets to the wind.
 
The Carriageman gladly accepts your booze. After gulping it down, he looks 1,000 sheets to the wind.
  
 
"-hic- Okay," he slurs. "You wanna go to that village, we'll -hic- go to that village."
 
"-hic- Okay," he slurs. "You wanna go to that village, we'll -hic- go to that village."
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*''When unlocking the Castle''
  
 
The Carriageman gladly accepts your booze. After gulping it down, he looks 2,000 sheets to the wind.
 
The Carriageman gladly accepts your booze. After gulping it down, he looks 2,000 sheets to the wind.
  
 
"-hic- I'm not..." he slurs. "I'm not a racist, but I'm not... -hic- afraid of that -hic- castle."
 
"-hic- I'm not..." he slurs. "I'm not a racist, but I'm not... -hic- afraid of that -hic- castle."

Revision as of 01:17, 30 July 2013

The Carriageman is located next to The Dreadsylvanian Woods. When a player gives booze to him, it adds N sheets to the wind where N is the potency of the booze.

  • With no sheets to the wind:

???

  • With a sheet to the wind:

The carriageman is currently N sheets to the wind.

  • With multiple sheets to the wind:

The carriageman is currently N sheets to the wind.

  • If you have access to the Village

He is drunk enough to take you to the Village.

  • If you have access to the Castle

He is drunk enough to take you to the Castle.

  • If you have access to the Castle with access to the Village

He is also drunk enough to take you to the Castle.

  • When unlocking the Village

The Carriageman gladly accepts your booze. After gulping it down, he looks 1,000 sheets to the wind.

"-hic- Okay," he slurs. "You wanna go to that village, we'll -hic- go to that village."

  • When unlocking the Castle

The Carriageman gladly accepts your booze. After gulping it down, he looks 2,000 sheets to the wind.

"-hic- I'm not..." he slurs. "I'm not a racist, but I'm not... -hic- afraid of that -hic- castle."