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Sake

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Sake
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Statistics
Type
Use time17 (Very fast)
TooltipMinor improvements to melee stats & lowered defense
'Drink too much of this, and you become karate master.'
Rarity1*Rarity level: 1
Buy500*5
Sell100*1
Research20 required
Inflicts Debuff
DebuffTipsyTipsy
Debuff tooltipIncreased melee abilities, lowered defense
Duration4 minutes

Sake is a potion that gives the player the Tipsy debuff, which increases melee damage, but lowers the player's defense. It lasts twice as long as Ale. It is purchased from the Traveling Merchant for 500*5.

The Tipsy debuff has the following effects: This content is transcluded from Tipsy.

While the effects are mostly beneficial, it is still a debuff and therefore cannot be removed by right-clicking the icon. Additionally, it can be removed by healing at the Nurse.

Desktop version When the player has this debuff, the player will droop their eyes.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • The Well Fed buff partly negates the -4 defense penalty of Tipsy.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Saké is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice.
  • The saké bottle appears to have お, the Hiragana character for "O", on it. In Japanese, "O" is a particle used to convey respect of value. For example, "sushi" and "sake" are almost always referred to as "osushi" and "osake", respectively.
  • The tooltip is likely a reference to "drunken boxing" martial art styles. Despite the name, they are not martial arts used by drunken fighters, but are martial arts that imitate the movements of a drunk person.
    • The tooltip might also more specifically reference Rock Lee, a character from the anime series Naruto, who became extremely unpredictable and destructive after drinking a bottle of sake.

History[edit | edit source]