When I get to the insult sword-fighting stage of The Secret of Monkey Island, do I have to learn every single insult and comeback in order to beat the Sword Master?
No, you can fight the sword master without knowing all the comebacks. It's all a matter of luck which insults she throws at you.
Thankfully no, you don't have to learn them all. It is a bit tedious to get all the comebacks.
This is because to beat the Sword Master you only need to do comeback for a subset of all the insults. But it requires some luck.
IIRC no, you'll be able to beat the Sword Master once you have learned a certain quantity of insults, but you don't need all of them.
Are there more than one possible reply to the insults? I vaguely remember playing Secret of Monkey Island a long time ago and ending up in a sword fight against either a pirate or the sword master, unfortunately can't remember which one. They threw an insult at me which I didn't have the correct counter-insult for yet, so I replied with another one that was kind-of fitting. And won the match despite using an "incorrect" reply. EDIT: I'm not sure if the insult was this one, but this is what I mean: Insult: Only once have I met such a coward! Reply: He must have taught you everything you know
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