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6th Apr '18 4:14:27 PM OrangenChan
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* ''[[VideoGame/AdvanceWars Advance Wars: Dual Strike]]'' After a victory, the commanding officers gather for a party back at base. Rachel holds up a mug and proposes a toast with "glasses of Omega Land's finest water!" If [[https://lparchive.org/Advance-Wars-Dual-Strike/Update%2023/96-Celebrate1.png that]] is their finest water maybe they should stop buying so many tanks and invest in some purification filters instead. To be fair, roughly half of the game's cast is in their mid-to-late teens.

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* ''[[VideoGame/AdvanceWars ''[[VideoGame/NintendoWars Advance Wars: Dual Strike]]'' After a victory, the commanding officers gather for a party back at base. Rachel holds up a mug and proposes a toast with "glasses of Omega Land's finest water!" If [[https://lparchive.org/Advance-Wars-Dual-Strike/Update%2023/96-Celebrate1.png that]] is their finest water maybe they should stop buying so many tanks and invest in some purification filters instead. To be fair, roughly half of the game's cast is in their mid-to-late teens.teens.
** Max also mentions root beer in a context that makes it sound more like actual beer.
6th Apr '18 9:54:54 AM Pichu-kun
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** Even before all that, the original ''Naruto'' pilot had Naruto being taken to a bar, and was toasting with what looked like beer, but a note on the side specifically said it was ''root'' beer. Naruto being twelve might have something to do with this though. ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' had no issue with the now-adult Naruto drinking.

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** Even before all that, the original ''Naruto'' ''Manga{{Naruto|1997}}'' pilot had Naruto being taken to a bar, and was toasting with what looked like beer, but a note on the side specifically said it was ''root'' beer. This is explicitly because Naruto being twelve might have something to do with this though. ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' had no issue with the now-adult Naruto drinking.is underage.
2nd Apr '18 7:02:38 PM Pichu-kun
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** The [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 original SNES game]], [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon2 GBC]], and ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody Magical Melody]]'' censor the alcohol into either "juice" or "soda". Averted in every other title, where the alcohol stays alcohol. Througout the series you can buy wine, beer, champagne, sangria, and cocktails (with wine being the most common drink). Drinking the alcohol items results in the main farmer character's decrease in his fatigue or stamina bar and bars appear in several games. This can get a bit weird in the DistaffCounterpart versions, though... when your farmer is ''[[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]]''. Wine is also available as a gift in many of the games. You can even make your own.

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** The [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 original SNES game]], [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon2 GBC]], and ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody Magical Melody]]'' censor the alcohol into either "juice" or "soda". Averted in every other title, where the alcohol stays alcohol. Througout Throughout the series you can buy wine, beer, champagne, sangria, and cocktails (with wine being the most common drink). Drinking the alcohol items results in the main farmer character's decrease in his fatigue or stamina bar and bars appear in several games. This can get a bit weird in the DistaffCounterpart versions, though... when your farmer is ''[[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]]''. Wine is also available as a gift in many of the games. You can even make your own.
2nd Apr '18 7:01:56 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''Literature/ATaleOf'': Disney's normal aversion for this trope is seen in ''A Tale of the Wicked Queen'', a take on ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. It casually mentions alcohol and foods containing alcohol several times.

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* ''Literature/ATaleOf'': Disney's normal aversion for this trope is seen in ''A ''Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen'', a DarkerAndEdgier take on ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. It casually mentions alcohol and foods containing alcohol several times.



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** The series in general averts this as all references to and items involving alcohol are kept intact in the localized version. Drinking the alcohol items results in the main farmer character's decrease in his fatigue or stamina bar and bars appear in several games. This can get a bit weird in the DistaffCounterpart versions, though... when your farmer is ''[[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]]''. Wine is also available as a gift in many of the games. You can even make your own.
** Played straight with "berry juice" in the [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 original SNES game]]. They drink berry juice... In a bar. Characters are very obviously drunk on the "juice", such as Nina at a festival and Ellen's drunkard dad, yet it's never referred as wine. Sequel game ''VideoGame/{{Harvest Moon 64}}'' takes place a few decades later and averts this trope heavily. It even introduced the most well-known alcohol loving character in the series, Karen, who works at her bar (the bar Eve worked at in the original) and lives at a vineyard.

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** The series in general averts this as all references to [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 original SNES game]], [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon2 GBC]], and items involving ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody Magical Melody]]'' censor the alcohol are kept intact into either "juice" or "soda". Averted in every other title, where the localized version.alcohol stays alcohol. Througout the series you can buy wine, beer, champagne, sangria, and cocktails (with wine being the most common drink). Drinking the alcohol items results in the main farmer character's decrease in his fatigue or stamina bar and bars appear in several games. This can get a bit weird in the DistaffCounterpart versions, though... when your farmer is ''[[OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby pregnant]]''. Wine is also available as a gift in many of the games. You can even make your own.
** Played straight with "berry juice" in the [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 original SNES game]]. They drink berry juice... In a bar. Characters are very obviously drunk on the "juice", such as Nina at a festival and Ellen's drunkard dad, yet it's never referred as wine. Sequel The sequel game ''VideoGame/{{Harvest Moon 64}}'' takes place a few decades later and averts this trope heavily. It even introduced the most well-known alcohol loving character in the series, Karen, who works at her bar (the bar Eve worked at in the original) and lives at a vineyard.
21st Mar '18 11:10:19 AM Pichu-kun
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* [[{{Bowdlerise}} Enforced]] with the cover of [[{{Superman}} Action Comics #869]], which originally showed Jonathan and Clark Kent drinking beers together on the family farm. The issue was recalled and re-printed with a large, hastily written "SODA POP" on the bottle label. They didn't even take the time to draw the ''Soder Cola'' logo on them.

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* [[{{Bowdlerise}} Enforced]] with the cover of [[{{Superman}} [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Action Comics #869]], which originally showed Jonathan and Clark Kent drinking beers together on the family farm. The issue was recalled and re-printed with a large, hastily written "SODA POP" on the bottle label. They didn't even take the time to draw the ''Soder Cola'' logo on them.


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* ''Literature/ATaleOf'': Disney's normal aversion for this trope is seen in ''A Tale of the Wicked Queen'', a take on ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. It casually mentions alcohol and foods containing alcohol several times.
1st Mar '18 6:33:04 PM avon
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* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' portion of ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' has Rico, Bron, Konda, and the "punch" at the SDF-1 landing celebration. Surprisingly, a few other references to alcohol were left intact. And Konda's line is quite suggestive of the idea that someone spiked the punch.

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* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' portion of ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' has Rico, Bron, Konda, and the "punch" at the SDF-1 landing celebration. Surprisingly, a few other references to alcohol were left intact. And However, Konda's line is quite suggestive of the idea can suggest that someone spiked the punch.punch.
--> '''Konda:''' "It's called punch. I don't know what's in this stuff but it's sure got me charged up!"
1st Mar '18 6:22:00 PM avon
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* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' portion of ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' has Rico, Bron, Konda, and the "punch" at the SDF-1 landing celebration. Surprisingly, a few other references to alcohol were left intact.

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* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' portion of ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' has Rico, Bron, Konda, and the "punch" at the SDF-1 landing celebration. Surprisingly, a few other references to alcohol were left intact. And Konda's line is quite suggestive of the idea that someone spiked the punch.
10th Feb '18 6:18:08 PM GarrulousTiger
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* The coffee version was also seen in the original Streamline Pictures dub of ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'', in which Osono the baker offers Kiki "cocoa" instead of coffee.
10th Feb '18 6:08:03 PM GarrulousTiger
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* The Toonami edit of ''Anime/OutlawStar'' eliminated references to Gene Starwind drinking alcohol. In one episode, his sleeping off a night of drinking is rewritten as sleeping off a night of overeating, and flashback scenes of Gene imbibing in the bar are cut.
1st Feb '18 4:41:19 PM Elagabalus
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** The World Adventures ExpansionPack for ''VideoGame/{{The Sims 3}}'' introduces "nectar" as a stand-in for wine. It is apparently bad for 'young Sims' and becoming self-employed as one gets you the title of Vinter.

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** The World Adventures ExpansionPack for ''VideoGame/{{The Sims 3}}'' introduces brings back "nectar" from Makin' Magic as a stand-in for wine.grape and elderberry wines. It is apparently bad for 'young Sims' and becoming self-employed as one gets you the title of Vinter.
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