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Unless you want to trash your liver faster in one sitting than Captain Haddock did in his whole life, it is recommended that you use a low-alcohol content drink for this game.
Drink once when:
Haddock takes a drink.
Tintin dodges a car or a bullet.
Captain Haddock curses and you know what the word means.
Thomson and Thompson arrest Tintin.
Tintin says "What is it Snowy?" or "What is it boy?".
Tintin says "Great snakes!".
Tintin says "No!".
Tintin yells "Gas!".
Calculus mishears something.
Tintin gets chloroformed.
More than one person laughs at a time.
Tintin visits a museum.
When Thomson says "To be precise..." and mangles what Thompson said earlier.
Thompson and Thomson exhibit incompetence.
You spot Herge.
Tintin wears a disguise.
Madame Castafiore mispronounces someone's name.
Snowy bites someone.
Someone suffers blunt head trauma.
Someone gets tied up.
Drink twice when:
Someone who isn't Tintin gets chloroformed.
Someone gets punched in the face.
Someone barely escapes death.
Captain Haddock curses and you don't know what the word means.
Tintin tricks some crooks into thinking his fingers are guns.
Thomson says "To be precise..." and doesn't mangle what Thompson said earlier.
Madame Castafiore gets someone's name correct.
Drink thrice when:
Calculus hears something perfectly.
Thompson and Thomson exhibit competence.
Whenever Captain Haddock says "Thundering typhoons/Blistering barnacles" or any variations thereof, you must drink and repeat what he said word-for-word. Screw up, and you have to drink again. Repeat until correct. Harder to do once you're really drunk.
When Madame Castafiore sings "The Jewel Song" from Faust, you must drink until she stops singing.