Rat scrapple

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rat scrapple
rat scrapple

This is a mix of rat parts and other stuff. It's not that I'm being evasive about what's in it, it's that you really, really don't want to know. Think about something else instead. Like, about how many points the word "scrapple" would score if you used it in a game of Scrabble. And whether it would matter, if you were playing Scrabble against a rat.

Type: food (decent)
Size: 2
Level required: 2
Selling Price: 40 Meat.

(In-game plural: troughs of rat scrapple)
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Item number: 1257
Description ID: 657207549
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Obtained From

Chez Snootée (sometimes) (120 Meat)


Ezcook.gif ratgut spices
Equals.gif rat scrapple

When Consumed

You hold your nose and choke down the scrapple. You don't bother with the scraps.
AdventuresYou gain 2-7 Adventures.
You gain 10-12 Chutzpah.
(You gain 2 Fullness.)


  • Scrapple is a meat patty from the Pennsylvania area consisting of various pork parts. It is composed of all the bits of a pig that can't be used otherwise. Recipes vary, but common ingredients include heart, liver, brain, tongue and skin. It's usually served with breakfast.
  • The largest possible score for "scrapple", in a regulation game of Scrabble with the original board, is 203 points, with the word covering two Triple Word Score squares, in a play using seven tiles with one tile already in place on a non-premium square. The 14-point word, with one "P" on a Double Letter square, counts 17 pts, tripled and then re-tripled making 153, plus a 50-point bonus for the 7-letter play, or "Bingo". This total of 203 disregards any additional words scored in the same play.


  • The image for this item used to be shared with bat haggis, before it was pointed out that scrapple is scrapple based on how it's presented, not its ingredients. Mr Skullhead then changed the image to look more brick-like, just as real scrapple is.


Slash.gif bat haggis | menudo | rat scrapple


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