lootnoun

  • ja貴重品、戦利品のアイテム
  • ena term describing valuable commodities; most often used by gamers to describe body armor or weapons.

Examples

PLAY
1:17 / --:--
Mute
1.
Where the hell did you get this?
2.
Well, remember when the Eastland mansion was burgled a few years back?
3.
You're telling me you moved stolen loot from Carter Eastland's mansion through this dump?
4.
Otter, I'm impressed.
5.
You got guts!
PLAY
0:40 / --:--
Mute
1.
Let's see what loot we can find.
2.
I could really use some shoes.
3.
There we go.
4.
First weapon find and a backpack.
5.
Yeah, I don't think I really need a backpack.
PLAY
7:13 / --:--
Mute
1.
According to one colorful account,
2.
they secured an empty lobby with grenade launchers under the cover of mortar fire.
3.
But most just say they blew a hole through the wall of a neighboring church,
4.
right into the heart of the bank.
5.
Then – possibly with the help of the Mafia safecrackers – they blasted into the vaults themselves.
6.
So, lots of explosions.
7.
But then, the robbers patiently spent at least 2 days in the bank loading 3 trucks with their loot,
8.
protected by both their guns and the din of civil war around them.
PLAY
0:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
It's $200,000.
2.
It's the Rollerworld loot.
3.
I found it.
4.
No one thought I could, but I did.
5.
Now, I'm here, wish I wasn't!
PLAY
1:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
We are the Black Tusk.
2.
Drop your loot and surrender now.
3.
Resistance is futile... and fatal.
PLAY
7:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
Most RPGs these days are heavy on the combat and light on the narrative.
2.
'Torment: Tides of Numenera' goes the other way, emphasizing story over collecting loot,
3.
resulting in a game that's closer to an interactive fantasy novel than just another hack and slash
4.
orc massacre.