Pint of no return
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|Pint of no return|
|Description||Delicious brew that can overtake your life|
|Value||To some, priceless (to others, 30 - 60 gold coins)|
The pint of no return is a bottle of delicious and intoxicating beverage that will entice even the most temperate hero. It seems, upon first inspection, like any other bottle of liquid refreshment. However, any closer inspection or attempt to consume its contents can have deleterious effects on a hero.
Removal of the cap with unleash an enticing scent that compels the smeller to have a small sip. The deliciousness of this sip is overwhelming, and only those with the stoutest of constitutions can resist chugging the remains of the pint in one giant gulp. The consuming hero is now compelled to spend the rest of his days seeking out greater and greater quantities of this beverage, forsaking adventuring, family, friends, pets, and even the consumption of mere beer.
- This artifact's nefarious manufacturers have resisted persistent pressure to "go metric", insisting that a 0.473176 Liter of No Return was a terrible name.
- Inspire of how intoxicated the drinker becomes, he will never vomit it up.
- It is theorized by top Godville addiction specialists that widespread consumption of the pint of no return may explain the large number of heroes and heroines in Godville that seem to have lost their connection with their deity.
- The effects of the pint of no return might possibly be counteracted by a potion of alertness.
Instructions for use
On the whole, you'd be better off not using it. Just sell it off and let the traders worry about it. If you are thinking about using it, please read the "Effects" section above.
- according to W. W. Jacobs' monkey's paw
- Many have argued that this is the point of no return regarding the pint of no return
- This has got to be past the point of no return of the pint of no return, right?
- The fabled Quart and Gallon of No Return
- If this isn't past the point of no return of the pint of no return, I don't know what is
- Because of the whole "no return" thing