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Pachislot Ainz Ooal Gown (パチスロアインズ・ウール・ゴウン) is an item from YGGDRASIL.

Description[edit | edit source]

The slot machine was created by Garnet who incorporated various videos of his guildmates into its game functions. After creating it, the machine was left in the Treasury where it was forgotten. Later on, Ainz looking to find a way to secure more funds for the Great Tomb of Nazarick pulled it from storage and believed it could be useful. However, the device could not generate actual money as the funds for it were transferred from the Treasury itself. But it served as a interesting game to relieve boredom for awhile, until the game blasted both Ainz and Pandora's Actor with a mountain of gold. After that, the machine was placed back into the darkest corner of the treasure hall.[1]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

A coin-operated gaming machine that generates random combinations of symbols on a reel.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

The slot machine is more of a fixture than an item, that was meant for entertainment. It allows for random combinations of symbols, most of which are composed of the Supreme Beings, on a dial. Depending on the certain combinations, a player can win varying amounts of gold. Though the winnings are directly tied to the amount in the dungeon Treasury, so rather than create gold it just transfers it to the machine and gives it to the winner. Additionally, there is a video screen containing moments of Ainz Ooal Gown during its heyday.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In Japan, slot machines are known as pachisuro (パチスロ) or pachislot.

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