Arrr You Man Enough?
You spot a small crowd of people milling around in the corner of the barrr, and wander over to see what all the hoopla is about. They're standing around a large plank of wood resting on some barrels, with a dozen red plastic cups arranged on top. A pirate presides over the scene, tossing a small white ball up in the air and catching it as he surveys the crowd, sneering.
"Bah! 'Ave none o' ye lily-livered scallywags the brassies to challenge Old Don Rickets, ye snivellin' cravens? Too yellow to face the master, are ye, ye spindle-shanked vermin?"
"There's 'ardly any point, Rickets," says another pirate. "Not a man Jack of us 'as managed to beat ye at beer pong in months, and we're tired o' yer insultin' ways besides."
"It's insult beer pong, ye dunderheaded git! That's the point!"
"Well an' all, but ye needn't 'ave said that about me Granny. That were right uncalled for."
"Burn me an' sink me," growls Rickets, "is there naught 'ere what ain't a lukewarm pansy?"
Play Insult Beer Pong
You do an about-face and head back to the other side of the barrr before anyone notices you. The last thing you need is some crazy pirate insulting your Granny.
Occurs in Barrrney's Barrr.
- This adventure occurs immediately after receiving Step Up to the Table, Put the Ball in Play.
- If you fail at Insult Beer Pong, this adventure will occur again immediately.
- Choosing "Back off" will not cost an adventure. If you choose to "Back off", the adventure will not occur again until you've spent at least 10 more adventures (anywhere); after that, it will occur immediately. Its occurrence is entirely nonrandom.
- Interestingly, despite the premise of the game, losing does not increase your drunkenness level.
- You have to back off when first given the "Arrr You Man Enough" if you didn't collect pirate insults beforehand. Thus it's a good idea to insult the pirates in regular combats before receiving the "Arrr You Man Enough" adventure. To do so, use the The Big Book of Pirate Insults in combats, and if the pirates successfully come back to your insult, you will add the insult into your The Big Book of Pirate Insults.
- You can only use The Big Book of Pirate Insults once every combat, whether or not you successfully insulted the pirates.
- Ambidextrous Funkslinging won't allow a person to get two chances of insulting.
- Old Don Rickets is a reference to comedian Don Rickles, best known for his insult comedy.
- This adventure references the insult swordfight challenge from the LucasArts PC adventure game The Secret of Monkey Island, in which the protagonist, Guybrush Threepwood, could only defeat a series of sword-wielding pirates by learning comebacks to their taunts. You can play the game here .
- Old Don Rickets, being a winning Insult Beer Pong player, may also refer to a KoL player Ricket, who is quite adept at winning Radio KoL contests.