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** Captain Rumbeard is GenreSavvy enough to know that [[TruthInTelevision barrels of alcohol are safer to drink in an era before water purification]], and so he allows each man in his crew a ration of grog.

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** Captain Rumbeard is GenreSavvy enough to know that [[TruthInTelevision barrels of alcohol are safer relatively safe to drink in an era before water purification]], and so he allows each man in his crew a ration of grog.


* '''Justified''': Being a ship captain is a stressful and lonely job, so Captain Rumbeard drinks to help cope.

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* '''Justified''': '''Justified''':
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Being a ship captain is a stressful and lonely job, so Captain Rumbeard drinks to help cope.cope.
** Captain Rumbeard is GenreSavvy enough to know that [[TruthInTelevision barrels of alcohol are safer to drink in an era before water purification]], and so he allows each man in his crew a ration of grog.


* '''Reconstructed''': The crew hides Captain's booze. Unable to find it, he goes berserk, which causes mutiny on a ship. Then two variations could occure:

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* '''Reconstructed''': The crew hides Captain's booze. Unable to find it, he goes berserk, which causes mutiny on a ship. Then two variations could occure:occur:


* '''Implied''': "I think "Rumbeard" is not his real name. And probably not for nothing."



* '''Reconstructed''': The crew hides Captain's booze. Unable to find it, he goes berserk, which causes mutiny on a ship. Then two variations could occure:
** The crew ties Captain up and openly declares that his captain's career is a failure due to his alcoholic habits. He does punish his people for rebelling, but thinks about his actions. Over time he starts drinking much less - he still cannot refuse a frothy mug to live upon his name, but not in such amounts.
** The crew decides to elect another captain while the alcoholic is held under guard, or put into a boat and pushed away. The new captain also likes to drink, but, remembering the previous captain's mistakes, he tries not to drink way too much.



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* '''Downplayed''': Captain Rumbeard drinks in one or two scenes, but usually does not.

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* '''Downplayed''': '''Downplayed''':
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Captain Rumbeard drinks in one or two scenes, but usually does not.

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** Captain Rumbeard stays sober when at sea, to keep his mind on the job. However, he cuts loose and parties hard in port.


* '''Defied''': When Captain Rumbeard comes to town, the townsfolk close down the bars to stop him from drinking.

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* '''Defied''': '''Defied''':
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When Captain Rumbeard comes to town, the townsfolk close down the bars to stop him from drinking.

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** "Yarr, if'n I catch one of ye scurvy wags imbibin' on duty ye'll be chained to the mast and given 40 lashes."


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* '''Exaggerated''': Captain Rumbeard runs a party ship, and the entire crew must constantly engage in [[AlcoholInducedIdiocy drunken]] [[ButLiquorIsQuicker debauchery].

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* '''Exaggerated''': Captain Rumbeard runs a party ship, and the entire crew must constantly engage in [[AlcoholInducedIdiocy drunken]] [[ButLiquorIsQuicker debauchery].debauchery]].


* '''Exaggerated''': Captain Rumbeard runs a party ship, and the entire crew must constantly engage in drunken debauchery.

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* '''Exaggerated''': Captain Rumbeard runs a party ship, and the entire crew must constantly engage in drunken debauchery.[[AlcoholInducedIdiocy drunken]] [[ButLiquorIsQuicker debauchery].



* '''Double Subverted''': He then promptly mixes the juice with alcohol.

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* '''Double Subverted''': He then promptly [[FrothyMugsOfWater mixes the juice with alcohol.alcohol]].

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