Talk:Barrrney's Barrr

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There is no semi-rare adventure for this zone. --Blastphemist 02:44, 24 January 2008 (CST)

Shouldn't there be something about insult beer-pong?--Scutterman 03:36, 4 December 2007 (CST)

Well I have the Book of Pirate Insults in my Inventory and have tried each comeback, and have yet to get anything. Anyone else?--RawManiac 03:47, 4 December 2007 (CST)

  • It seems you only get to play Insult Beer Ping after retrieving the captains dentures Robert McFarlane 05:47, 4 December 2007 (CST)

Here are some insults that won with the Book equipped:

"You're more pathetic than a toothless watchdog!"

The pirate stammers for a moment, finally blurting out "I'm rubber and you're glue." He turns red with embarrassment

  • With the book equipped? It's showing as a combat item for me, or am I missing something?--Scutterman 03:01, 5 December 2007 (CST)

Adventure results:

Step Up to the Table, Put the Ball in Play


You toss the dentures down on Cap'm Caronch's table. "Here are your wooden teeth," you say. "There are some weird stains on them, but I'm hoping those were there when you lost them. Now I get to join your crew and set sail, right?"

"Well, almost," the Cap'm says, baring his wooden teeth in a crooked grin.

"But you gave me your word!"

"I gave ye me word as a pirate," he says, "and part of the pirate's code explicitly states that a verbal contract with a pirate isn't worth the paper it be printed on. Er, on which it be printed. Anyway, only masters at the ancient arrrt of Insult Beer Pong be truly worthy of joining my crew. Ye'll have to defeat Rickets, the current reigning champion, if ye wish to sail with Cap'm Caronch."

You turn around and address the barrr: "Hey, does anyone else have a crew I can join?" A general chorus of "no for u," "no n00bs" "que diciste?" and "no how 2 bilge?" answers you.

You shrug and turn back to the Cap'm. "Okay, fine. Let's get this over with."

--coach_z 07:06, 4 December 2007 (CST)

Don't know if it's a bug or not: Fighting the Tipsy Pirate, I was able to pick-pocket a bottle of rum and also get a bottle of rum at the end of combat.--Langsuir 14:29, 4 December 2007 (CST)

Edit results Step up to the line and throw the darrt as hard as you can:

You step up to the line, gripping the darrrt so hard you almost break it in half. You figure that, like most problems in life, this one is best addressed with a show of brute force. You take a few practice swings, then hurl the darrrt at the tarrrget as hard as you can.

Since you were concentrating so hard on the force of your throw, though, you forgot to let go of the darrrrt. It makes a swift arc (arrrc) through the air, still clenched in your fist, and embeds itself in your upper thigh.

The pirates, entertained by your antics, motion for the bartender to give you your punitive shot of liquor. You acquire an item: shot of rotgut

--Makarina 18:40, 7 December 2007 (CST)

Adventure results - A test of Testarrrsterone choice 1 cheat:

You raise your glass, teleport the contents into one of your opponent's stomachs, and slam the empty glass back down. You repeat the trick, switching opponents each glass, until both of them are snoring softly under the table. You write immature and inappropriate things on their faces with a marrrker, then arrange them into an embarrassing tableaux. You gain 100 Fortitude. You gain 100 Enchantedness. You gain 100 Roguishness.

choice 2 drink up and hope for the best:

You step onto the stage, affect a twang, and begin to sing: "So let me tell ya, ma'am / I'm eternally damned / My soul trapped within Satan's lair..." Your advanced drunkenness helps alleviate your stage fright, but makes it harder to read the lyrics. Fortunately, by the time you hit the chorus the whole barrr is singing along: "I've got fiends in low places, where they whip your back and they flay faces / I went astray / now I'm here to stay..."

Since you're so drunk, it doesn't occur to you that the audience isn't really singing along; they're just trying to drown you out. You get quite a workout trying to outshout them, and you feel pretty slick for entertaining everyone. All in all, it's a magical experience. You gain 100 Strongness. You gain 100 Wizardliness. You gain 100 Smarm. --Makarina 18:44, 7 December 2007 (CST)

adventure results Yes, You're a Rock Starrr choice 1 sing the high pitched, densely harmonic "knob goblin rhapsody":

You step up to the stage, squint at the magical screen displaying the song's lyrics in front of you, and try to keep up. You do okay through the slow intro part, emoting your way through the "Harem, I am a man/ Not a eunuch like your guards/ So you know what's in the cards..."

Once you get over that hurdle, though, you've still got five minutes of song left to go, and the middle part is full of nonsense words and dense back-up harmonies. You get as far as "Goblin King! Goblin King! Will you give me two mangoes" before you can't find the melody anymore, and couldn't hit the notes even if you could find 'em. The pirates start booing and throwing stuff at the stage, and you slink off, humiliated.

At least some of the bottles they tossed at you weren't empty. You acquire an item: bottle of vodka You acquire an item: bottle of gin You acquire an item: bottle of gin You acquire an item: bottle of whiskey --Makarina 18:48, 7 December 2007 (CST)

adventure results Yes, You're a Rock Starrr choice 2 Sing the ridiculously long ballad "banana cream pie"

You step up to the stage and begin the epic saga of the Banana Cream Pie. "A long, long time ago," you sing, "well, I guess not *too* long / but still I think it's, been a little while / It might have been a week ago / or maybe two, I don't quite know..."

The first verse goes okay, and everyone joins in for the chorus, which goes "My, my, my banana cream pie / don't be hasty, it's so tasty it brings tears to your eyes / And it tastes so good it makes a grown person cry / It's just such a real sweet surprise..."

By the fifth verse, though, you're losing the crowd, and by the seventh verse, people are looking restless. By the fifteenth verse, the audience is positively homicidal, and begins pelting you with bottles, drinks, and barstools. You exit stage left -- stage right, even.

At least some of the glasses they tossed at you weren't empty. You acquire an item: spiced rum You acquire an item: rum and cola --Makarina 18:50, 7 December 2007 (CST)

adventure results Yes, You're a Rock Starrr choice 3 sing the southern hey deze tune "fiends in low place"

You step onto the stage, affect a twang, and begin to sing: "So let me tell ya, ma'am / I'm eternally damned / My soul trapped within Satan's lair..." Your advanced drunkenness helps alleviate your stage fright, but makes it harder to read the lyrics. Fortunately, by the time you hit the chorus the whole barrr is singing along: "I've got fiends in low places, where they whip your back and they flay faces / I went astray / now I'm here to stay..."

Since you're so drunk, it doesn't occur to you that the audience isn't really singing along; they're just trying to drown you out. You get quite a workout trying to outshout them, and you feel pretty slick for entertaining everyone. All in all, it's a magical experience. You gain 100 Strongness. You gain 100 Wizardliness. You gain 100 Smarm. --Makarina 19:00, 7 December 2007 (CST)


I can confirm that Remembarrr the main now occurs here, but have not the skills to add it to the non-combat/one-time section. --VanDamien 17:58, 8 December 2007 (CST)

Tetchy Pirate HP

couple of minutes ago i just hit a Tetchy pirate (critical) for 74 which means that they do NOT have 72 HP

Big_jim

See Monster Level#Monster Level Variance. And, in other news, above the edit box are some buttons, one of which will automatically append a signature to your post (by using the following character sequence: --~~~~ ). --Flargen 01:18, 19 April 2008 (CDT)