Mister Frodo Jan 27 @ 6:48am
Why is there a shower room anyway?
Think about it, there's literally no reason for a casino to have showers, or the game for that matter.

Don't ask what shower room. You know what shower room.
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funewchie Jan 27 @ 12:27pm 
This is a casino that also teleports it's players into a pinball game. Bearing in mind that 99% of the humans in Station Square (a human city) can't roll into a ball like Sonic can.
...That would have to hurt.

And, after an exhuasting run through the sewers, I'd imagine Sonic would appreciate a shower, if nothing else, to get that horrifying smell out of his fur.
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Mister Frodo Jan 29 @ 5:14am 
Originally posted by funewchie:
This is a casino that also teleports it's players into a pinball game. Bearing in mind that 99% of the humans in Station Square (a human city) can't roll into a ball like Sonic can.
...That would have to hurt.

And, after an exhuasting run through the sewers, I'd imagine Sonic would appreciate a shower, if nothing else, to get that horrifying smell out of his fur.
There are slot machines all around the casino. Assuming those are usable to human patrons, there's still a majority of ordinary people who go to the casino.

And ordinary people don't run through sewers.
funewchie Jan 29 @ 9:10am 
Originally posted by Mister Frodo:
There are slot machines all around the casino. Assuming those are usable to human patrons, there's still a majority of ordinary people who go to the casino.

And ordinary people don't run through sewers.

Might explain why the human patrons tend to be viewed as strange, like that mother who stayed in the casino fairly late, leaving her kid outside. (Granted, Station Square seems like a very safe community, but still...think she might have a problem?)

And if a person plays the pinball games and doesn't have at least 100 rings, they do wind up dumped in the sewer/trash heap.
Which, come to think of it, exits in the shower room. Handy, that.
Mister Frodo Jan 29 @ 10:30am 
1: True.
2: But why would an ordinary human who can't roll into a ball play pinball like that?
3: Nice avatar.
funewchie Jan 29 @ 1:54pm 
Originally posted by Mister Frodo:
1: True.
2: But why would an ordinary human who can't roll into a ball play pinball like that?
3: Nice avatar.

2: I'd imagine this reason: "C'mon, Daddy needs a new pair of shoes! ...And probably a chiropractor."
Either that or "Dude, I'm gonna ride that pinball ride till I puke. " "Dude, I bet I can go longer without barfing than you can!"

3: And thanks, I liked this avatar. You may have noticed: I'm a big Sonic fan (since 1993).
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Mister Frodo Jan 30 @ 6:58am 
But riding a pinball machine that slams your head into the roof at highway speeds could probably kill you. Why would they do that?
AnthroFurry Jan 30 @ 8:11am 
Well, where else are you gonna clean up after running around in the sewers? :P
funewchie Jan 30 @ 7:36pm 
Originally posted by Mister Frodo:
But riding a pinball machine that slams your head into the roof at highway speeds could probably kill you. Why would they do that?

They'd say it's worth it to score that jackpot. "All I need is one good round with the flippers, and I can buy that 30-room mansion!"

Besides, blunt force seems kinda different in Sonic's world, since Sonic & co can jump off cliffs, hop on/off cars, and slam into robots at the speed of sound, all without a single injury. So the pinball might not be as dangerous as it seems.

Still weird as can be to imagine, though.
("Oh look, the flipper sent Mr. Johnson flying into a bumper at 80 mph...It's okay, he just waved that he's fine")
UnseatingKDawg Feb 13 @ 7:12am 
Well, Sonic Adventure was made in Japan. Maybe they have showers in casinos over there?
LANDMAKER9000 Mar 8 @ 10:13am 
also lets not forget the fact that there was a man in the overworld who said that he wanted to try out the game nights, now if the only way to play that game is to curl up like sonic, yyyyyyyyyyeah, id imagine that funewchie is probably on the same track as me
Saint Neel Apr 27 @ 4:50pm 
Originally posted by UnseatingKDawg:
Well, Sonic Adventure was made in Japan. Maybe they have showers in casinos over there?
Except gambling isn't exactly legal in Japan.
UnseatingKDawg Apr 27 @ 9:10pm 
Originally posted by Marco's Left Half:
Originally posted by UnseatingKDawg:
Well, Sonic Adventure was made in Japan. Maybe they have showers in casinos over there?
Except gambling isn't exactly legal in Japan.

Well, Japan does have Pachinko machines, which is somewhat similar to gambling. They just can't gamble for cash. They get tokens (much like you deposit in Casinopolis) for prizes, so maybe they have showers at the Pachinko Parlors? Just a wild guess there.
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