Weekly Wiki: Pirate Potables

May 24th, 2011 by | 9 comments

Have you taken the time to look through the recipe book Guybrush finds at the Goodsoup Hotel on Blood Island? Perhaps you’re not even sure of the book’s title. Well, it’s called Pirate Potables, and apart from the recipe for the hangover cure, which you need to complete the game, it contains several more recipes, mostly for cocktails. If you’re planning on trying to create the cocktails mentioned in the recipe book, be sure to stock up on Cilantro, since that’s an ingredient required in all the recipes, and it’s actually one of the more everyday ingredients. If you make one of these cocktails, do let us know! That is, if you survive consuming them.

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9 Responses to “Weekly Wiki: Pirate Potables”

  1. Harris McMahon says:

    Actually, the Bloated Tick looks drinkabale, in case you like tequila and read the instructions carefully. The biscuit recipe also looks quite edible (although bland. That it, without the larvae)) if you discard the larvae. However, I am quite sure that Guybrush mentioned there was BUTTER in those biscuits, and I don’t see it in the recipe.

  2. SilverWolfPet says:

    Oh you play LOTRO? 😀 Haha, I’ve been playing it for so long, until they messed it up with the store!

    …my system can’t display the store window, so basically, I cannot buy missions… as free as this game is, I literally can’t do anything.

    So I quit.

    • Haggis says:

      I wanted to play it, but as long as they’re using that stupid Pando downloader thing, I won’t.

    • Harris McMahon says:

      The store is indeed annoying, but since I play LotRO for role playing rather than the action, I enjoy the good setting very much. The ‘free play’ also doesn’t restrict role playing much, at least not around the basic areas. It has been some time since I played, though, but I believe that I will return soon enough.

      • Aragorn says:

        What do you think of the Pirates of the Caribbean MMO?

      • Harris McMahon says:

        I am confused now.
        But I played PotCO, and it was quite enjoyable, although very limited. I wasn’t able to complete many quests because I played for free, but one thing that I really liked was the ship combat, especially with flagship – in these ships, you had to fight on board with the enemy before you sink the ship.

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