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Dudley's dungeon -- Tuesday, 21 October, 2008

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Tuesday, 21 October, 2008 by Arle
The leprechaunThe Irish Leprechaun is the Faeries' shoemaker and is known
under various names in different parts of Ireland:
Cluricaune in Cork, Lurican in Kerry, Lurikeen in Kildare
and Lurigadaun in Tipperary. Although he works for the
Faeries, the Leprechaun is not of the same species. He is
small, has dark skin and wears strange clothes. His nature
has something of the manic-depressive about it: first he
is quite happy, whistling merrily as he nails a sole on to a
shoe; a few minutes later, he is sullen and morose, drunk
on his home-made heather ale. The Leprechaun's two great
loves are tobacco and whiskey, and he is a first-rate con-man,
impossible to out-fox. No one, no matter how clever, has ever
managed to cheat him out of his hidden pot of gold or his
magic shilling. At the last minute he always thinks of some
way to divert his captor's attention and vanishes in the
twinkling of an eye.
        [ A Field Guide to the Little People
                 by Nancy Arrowsmith & George Moorse ]

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Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
NetHack may be freely redistributed. See license for details.
hits! Your purse feels lighter. @l####
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
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@ "Argh! At least I don't have any pertinent need for money..."
The leprechaunThe Irish Leprechaun is the Faeries' shoemaker and is known
under various names in different parts of Ireland:
Cluricaune in Cork, Lurican in Kerry, Lurikeen in Kildare
and Lurigadaun in Tipperary. Although he works for the
Faeries, the Leprechaun is not of the same species. He is
small, has dark skin and wears strange clothes. His nature
has something of the manic-depressive about it: first he
is quite happy, whistling merrily as he nails a sole on to a
shoe; a few minutes later, he is sullen and morose, drunk
on his home-made heather ale. The Leprechaun's two great
loves are tobacco and whiskey, and he is a first-rate con-man,
impossible to out-fox. No one, no matter how clever, has ever
managed to cheat him out of his hidden pot of gold or his
magic shilling. At the last minute he always thinks of some
way to divert his captor's attention and vanishes in the
twinkling of an eye.
        [ A Field Guide to the Little People
                 by Nancy Arrowsmith & George Moorse ]

Copyright (c) 1994, 1995, 1996 by the NetHack Development Team
Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
NetHack may be freely redistributed. See license for details.
hits! Your purse feels lighter. ------- |.=([%| |@/+%!| ######@l?]!)| -------
@ "Hello, Dudley! Welcome to Manlobbi's general store!"
@ "..."
Wait 'til he finds out that scroll is genocide!


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Arle October 21, 2008 00:05
First comment: 2 June, 2008 29 comments written
Aaaaand it's finally up. I hope this hasn't been done before. I just threw this together because it actually happened to me a couple of weeks ago
Arle October 21, 2008 00:06
First comment: 2 June, 2008 29 comments written
Aaaaand it's finally up. I hope this hasn't been done before. I just threw this together because it actually happened to me a couple of weeks ago
Nameless Fairy October 21, 2008 00:32
First comment: 26 September, 2007 22 comments written
It's happened to all of us, but that doesn't really make it that funny.
Wellan October 21, 2008 01:13
First comment: 27 November, 2007 247 comments written
I've never found that something that actually happens in NetHack is funny on its own. Interject the right dialogue, and it can be, but...

Anyway, nice try.
Wonderer October 21, 2008 02:38
First comment: 22 March, 2007 106 comments written
A shopping spree hits! Your purse feels lighter.
gneek October 21, 2008 02:40
First comment: 18 January, 2008 159 comments written
I remember the one about [Geico] geckoLizards, snakes and the burrowing amphisbaenids make up the
order Squamata, meaning the scaly ones. The elongate, slim,
long-tailed bodies of lizards have become modified to enable
them to live in a wide range of habitats. Lizards can be
expert burrowers, runners, swimmers and climbers, and a few
can manage crude, short-distance gliding on rib-supported
"wings". Most are carnivores, feeding on invertebrate and
small vertebrate prey, but others feed on vegetation.
        [ Macmillan Illustrated Animal Encyclopedia ]

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. That one was funny.
Sheezy October 21, 2008 04:07
First comment: 14 October, 2008 4 comments written
FAIL
Antheridium October 21, 2008 04:26
First comment: 17 May, 2007 442 comments written
Keheheh. It's still ironic.
Eskimo October 21, 2008 07:39
First comment: 14 April, 2004 166 comments written
Nice to see others suffer as well :). Just not RNG and me, me and me.

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