Apples are best saved for taming or feeding pets; knights in particular will want to prioritize taming their steed. However, if food proves especially scarce, then roles that start with apples may need to tide themselves over using them until permafood can be found.
Healers, Knights, and Monks might need to eat their apples before they can find other food.
- You hear sinister laughter as you fall asleep...
- You ate a cursed apple and fell asleep.
- You fall asleep.
- As above, while deaf.
- Heigh-ho, ho-hum, I think I'll skip work today.
- As above, while a dwarf and hallucinating.
|"Core dumped." (Unix, not hallucinating)||No effect
When a Unix program performs an illegal operation, the kernel shuts down the program, and the program often dumps a core file for loading into debuggers; the pun is that apples are usually dumped once the core is the only thing left.
|"Segmentation fault -- core dumped." (75/100 chance)
"Bus error -- core dumped." (24/100 chance)
As above, but these error messages are more 'realistic' - an actual "core dumped" error on Unix comes with the cause of the crash.
|"Delicious! Must be a Macintosh!" (Mac OS before Mac OS X which is Unix-like)||No effect
Apple Computer named their Macintosh computers after a real type of apple.
The cursed apple's effect in post is a reference to Snow White and the poisoned apple. The Unix-specific messages appear to be derived from joke Unix documentation that originates in a Usenet post not archived by Google Groups.
NEWTONIAN, adj. Pertaining to a philosophy of the universe
invented by Newton, who discovered that an apple will fall
to the ground, but was unable to say why. His successors
and disciples have advanced so far as to be able to say