Bawdy Refrain

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Bawdy Refrain

Bawdy Refrain

Type: Combat
MP Cost: 11

Nothing makes you as popular with your friends or as unpopular with your enemies as a thorough repertoire of ribald songs.

Deal Sleaze Damage to your opponent

Source: Guild Trainer
Price: 4,000 Meat
Class: Accordion Thief
Level: 9
Effect: With an accordion equipped: deals (base accordion damage) + (0.35*Mox) Sleaze Damage.

With no accordion equipped: deals (0.25*Mox) Sleaze Damage.

With a porcelain phantom mask equipped: deals additional Spooky damage equal to half of the Sleaze damage dealt.

Mox is buffed Moxie (uncapped), and divisions are rounded down.

When Used:
With an accordion equipped:

You belt out a bawdy refrain, accompanying yourself with your <accordion>. It deals an embarrassing X damage. Embarrassing to your foe, I mean, not to you.

or

You play a polka with raunchy lyrics about how a wizard's staff has a knob on the end, really belting out the shameful couplets. Your opponents suffer X damage.

or

You play an old polka about how the hedgehog can never be buggered at all on your <accordion>. The last verse hits your opponent for a shameful X damage.

or

You play the Dirty Limerick Polka on your <accordion>. The verse about the young lady named Alice hits <it> for an embarrassing X damage.

or

You play the Dodgy Sausage Polka on your <accordion>. The raunchy chorus makes your opponent blush so hard that <it> takes X damage.

or

You play the Hide the Pickle in the Pickle Barrel Polka on your <accordion>, really selling the sleazy lyrics. Your opponent blushes and takes X damage.

or

You play the Knob Goblin Harem Polka on your <accordion>. The last couple of couplets are singularly raunchy, and embarrass your opponent for X damage.

or

You play the Man from Nantucket Polka on your <accordion>, not skimping on the ribald lyrics. It embarrasses your opponent for X damage.

or

You play the Smut Orc Polka on your <accordion>, shamelessly belting out the completely innocent lyrics. For some strange reason, your opponent blushes and takes X damage.

or

You play the Train in the Tunnel Polka on your <accordion>. The double entendres hit your opponent for X damage.

Without an accordion equipped:

You sing as bawdy a refrain as you can muster, but it only deals X damage. It'd be better with accordion accompaniment.

or

You sing a polka with raunchy lyrics about how a wizard's staff has a knob on the end, really belting out the shameful couplets. It really needs an accordion for double entendre counterpoint, though, and only does X damage.

or

You sing an old polka about how the hedgehog can never be buggered at all. The last verse hits your opponent for a shameful X damage, but it really needs an accordion wheezing away in the background to sell it.

or

You sing the Dirty Limerick Polka. The verse about the young girl named Priscilla does X damage, but you need accompaniment to really sell it.

or

You sing the Dodgy Sausage Polka. The raunchy chorus does X damage, but it'd really hit with an accordion "Oom PAH" underneath it.

or

You sing the Hide the Pickle in the Pickle Barrel Polka. The sleazy lyrics do X damage, but you miss the extra OOMPH an "Oom Pah Pah" would give.

or

You sing the Knob Goblin Harem Polka. It does X damage, but you really need an accordion to do the raunchy solo in the middle.

or

You sing the Man from Nantucket Polka, not skimping on the ribald lyrics. Without the leering wheeze of an accordion behind it, though, it only does X damage.

or

You sing the Smut Orc Polka, shamelessly belting out the completely innocent lyrics. Weirdly enough, without an accordion wheezing away underneath, it does sound pretty harmless, only dealing X damage.

or

You sing the Train in the Tunnel Polka. The double entendres hit your opponent for X damage, but you need some accompaniment to really sell it.

With a porcelain phantom mask equipped, additionally:

The refrain sounds spooky coming from inside your creepy mask.

Notes

References

  • "The Hedgehog Can Never Be Buggered At All" and "A Wizard's Staff Has A Knob On The End" are both fictional songs from Terry Pratchett's Discworld series.