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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 equal to the booze's potency scaled to the booze quality:
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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 equal to the average number of adventures gained from the booze.
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*''With no sheets to the wind'':
 
*''With no sheets to the wind'':

Revision as of 10:58, 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 equal to the average number of adventures gained from 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."