Talk:Children's Meal of the Damned
Wait, if you get 0 turns and 0 fullness, why is it even consumable? Woudn't the game defaualt to say, accessory for example? Is this how Xenophobe eats what he wants?--Bobmuffins 17:13, 27 April 2007 (CDT)
- Because the item was made to be consumable, but it was never assigned a turn bonus or a fullness penalty. After all, this item was never actually fully implemented. --Quietust (t|c) 18:33, 27 April 2007 (CDT)
- Assuming a hacker obtained one of these, and duped it many, many times, wouldn't it provide infinite turns in combination with milk of magnesium? With milk giving a single turn for the lowest quality of item, and no fullness, theoretically infinite could be consumed, and each would give 1 adventure. This could also happen with Time Juice. this unsigned comment was added by DaemonStryker at 04:30 BST, 28 August 2007
- given that steel lasagna has been known to give adventures in combination with milk (and this is probably a bug although it won't necessarily get fixed) you could get infinite adventures from this item.
- there are, appropriately enough, thirteen of these on the mall, not enough to cause jick sleepless nights.
- if you could infinitely duplicate any item in the game, what would it be? facsimile dictionaries for the meat? hand turkey outlines for the items? asshats because you could? you're right, Time Juice would be the thing for infinite adventures, no penalty and a guaranteed one adventure. not multi-usable, but, hey, free adventure. --Evilkolbot 00:59, 28 August 2007 (CDT)
- And now that milk has been nerfed, hacking this item will serve no purpose other than to prove you can. Yay, I think. --Billybobfred 14:56, 22 September 2010 (UTC)