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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Inns and taverns are buildings in Dofus where you can usually buy beer, water and and also rest there to regain energy.

To recover energy you must disconnect, logout or change characters while inside them.

The amount recovered is 0.5% of max energy per hour spent offline before logging on (so 50 energy per hour if your max is 10,000 or 52 energy per hour if you've got 10,500). The recovery is per character, so leaving one character resting while playing another is possible. Being in merchant mode counts as being logged off.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

A standard Inn in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My life as a King

Inns exist in almost every Final Fantasy game, though if not in the form of an Inn, at least in the form of a bed. When your characters rest at an Inn, all of their HP and MP is restored, and most status effects are cured. Sleeping at an Inn usually costs Gil. Usually, it is the cheapest way of restoring the health of the party, as opposed to using items such as Tents or Cottages.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy

The inn at Onrac, in Final Fantasy

In the original NES Final Fantasy, the player can stay at the Inns to heal the character's HP and recover magic charges. This is the only way to recover them as there were no Ethers in the NES original, besides Tents or Cottages in the NES and PlayStation versions. Saving is also only possible by sleeping at Inns until the Dawn of Souls version, besides Tents or Cottages. KO'd characters are not revived. The prices of these Inns differ from town to town.

Inn Prices:

Final Fantasy II

The inn at Poft, in Final Fantasy II

In this game, the Inn prices depend on how much of your party's HP and MP need restoration. KO'd characters are not revived at Inns in this game.


Final Fantasy III

The inn at Gysahl, in Final Fantasy III

The Inns fully heal the party and feature Item Shops inside. The prices of these Inns vary depending on the location.

Inn Prices:

Final Fantasy IV

The Inn at Kaipo, in Final Fantasy IV

The Inns still have the same function that they had in previous installments, but the player can get free stays due to storyline events; for example, the attack of Rydia in Mist.

Inn Prices:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

The Inn at Mythril, in The After Years

Inns act exactly the same as they do in Final Fantasy IV, however with the introduction of the moon phase system, it has the added effect of changing the moon to the next phase. The only time it doesn't do this is during the Eblan Four's Missions in Edge's chapter.

Final Fantasy V

The inn at Regole, in Final Fantasy V

Like in Final Fantasy IV, player can have free stays thanks to storyline events but that also happens in places that aren't Inns, like the case of Zok's house in Tule.


Final Fantasy VI

An Inn in Final Fantasy VI

Like other games, the Inn prices vary depending on the town. If the party stays at any Inn whilst Shadow is a party member, there is a chance he will have a dream. There are four dreams, which, are episodes of Shadow's past.


Final Fantasy VII

Again, with varying prices, Inns appear in every town, and fully restore HP, MP, and remove status effects.

Final Fantasy VIII

Balamb Guest Room from Final Fantasy VIII
Main article: Hotel

Inns don't appear in this game, instead they are called Hotels. Each hotel offers the same function of the Inns in previous games; offering Save Points for the player to utilize and resting areas to restore health and status, and in many Hotels the player can find issues of Timber Maniacs.

Some of the Hotels in Final Fantasy VIII contain bonus story plots or act as the location of major story events.

Final Fantasy IX

As in most games, Inns make another appearance in nearly every city and town, and many with resident moogles to save your game. The prices vary, as usual.

Final Fantasy X

The Rin's Travel Agency on the Mi'ihen Highroad.
Main article: Rin's Travel Agency

Inns make a less frequent appearance here, as the save points of this game offer immediate, free healing. Instead, Inns appear in the form of Rin's Travel Agencies, an Al Bhed-owned chain of establishments across Spira.

Final Fantasy X-2

Like the previous game, Travel Agencies can be used to rest at. It is also possible to rest at the Cabin in the Celsius. Resting in the Cabin in once each chapter unlocks a bonus scene in the final chapter.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

The Inn at Aquaria, in Mystic Quest.

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Bar (location) article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A Bar, Pub, Inn or Tavern is a place where beer is sold. Other drinks and foods may also be sold. On the world map they are identified by the beer icon (Beer).

List of bars

Bar Location
Asp and Snake Pollivineach
Big Heist Lodge Bandit Camp (Kharidian Desert)
Blue Moon Inn Varrock
Blurberry's Bar Grand Tree
Dancing Donkey Inn Varrock
Dead Man's Chest Brimhaven
Dragon Inn Yanille
Esoterican Arms Miscellania dungeon
Fight Arena Bar Fight Arena
Flying Horse Inn Ardougne
Forester's Arms Seers' Village
Green Ghost Inn Port Phasmatys
Hair of the Dog Canifis
Harpoon Joe's House of 'Rum' Mos Le'Harmless
Jolly Boar Inn Varrock
Karamja Spirits Bar Karamja
King's Axe Inn Keldagrim
Laughing Miner Keldagrim
Long Hall Barbarian Village
Other Inn Mos Le'Harmless
Paramayer Inn Shilo Village
Party Room Falador
Poison Arrow Ardougne
Ratpit Bar Keldagrim
Ratpit Bar (Varrock) Varrock
Rellekka Longhall Rellekka
Rising Sun Falador
Rusty Anchor Port Sarim
Skull in a Chest Inn
(not player accessible, mentioned in a message)
Meiyerditch
The Dilapidated
(out of business; the basement serves as a Myreque base)
Burgh de Rott
Toad and Chicken Burthorpe

Quests

Below is a list of quests that involve bars:

See also


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