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Not all Alcohol is clearly labeled as such.[edit]

To the point, I have found some drinks that give the intoxication effect (wavy screen) that are not labeled in any way to indicate as such. Ie. "Bottle of Barradin Wine" gives intoxication/thirst points, but the items flavor text indicates a buff only. "Wine" in the name makes it easy to see that this is an alcoholic beverage, but some others may not be so clearly labeled. Updated the top "definition" blurb to match. Kaynide 07:58, 21 September 2012 (UTC)

Furthermore, some things that appear to be alcohol in name/etc are in fact not (such as quest goods). Created a table to note this so that users don't feel inclined to add them to the main table because of the name alone.User Kaynide.png 13:02, 22 September 2012 (UTC)

Other benefits[edit]

The All You Can Eat title is gained by consuming foods, which always grant some sort of in-game benefit (at the very least, increased experience per kill). Is there any similar synergy for Thirst Slayer? Or is it strictly a gold sink, with no value other than intoxication? I imagine that there are different types of intoxication effects. In GW1, at least, some alcohol colors the screen green or red and so on. 20:01, 28 November 2012 (UTC)


Did they removed the title Thirst Slayer when you drink 100k pt? because i remember there was the "Anomaly" that say you get it The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) at 14:29, 21 August 2013‎ (UTC).


Today I noticed my character was weirdly dancing after I drank 10+ Wintersday alcoholic drinks. (Not the racial dance, just a simpler one.) We could add it to the article, though need to test how many drinks are needed to trigger it. -- kazerniel (talk) 15:16, 2 January 2019 (UTC)