Convenience store

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A convenience store is a type of individual shop. In Youkai-go, a convenience store is called a konbini (コンビニ). Convenience stores sell a variety of common, everyday supplies, such as food, ammunition, first aid, and various other items.

Convenience stores are guaranteed in each town and are found in the Social Square Center instead of the Shop Hub.

Like with weapon retailers (Forges, gun shops and weapon shops), convenience stores may belong to one of five different chains. Each chain offers different services, such as raffle tickets, additional items, or donation boxes.


Shop rules

Opening hours:

  • Towns: 24 hours a day, six days per week. Closed on Breakday for inventory.
  • Intersections: 12 hours a day (night shift only), six days per week. Closed on Breakday for inventory.

Convenience stores sell the following items:

  • Food aisle: Fixed selection of food items in four rows, 1d20 of each:
    • Row 1: Potato chips, Box of nuggets (6), Hamburger, Pizza (packaged, pepperoni, 1 slice), Sandwich (packaged, ham cheddar salad), Hot-dog, Cup of noodles
    • Row 2: Bag of peanut chocolates (small), Bag of popcorn (Plain), Fortune cookie, Chocolate bar, Granola bar, Fruit bar, Milk and cereal bar, Peanut caramel bar, Energy bar, Bag of honey-roasted nuts
    • Row 3: Bottle of beer (blonde ale), Bottle of wine, Bottle of sake, Bottle of mineral water, Bottle of apple juice, Bottle of orange juice, Bottle of grape juice, Can of energy drink, Cup of coffee (black), Cup of tea (green), Cup of tea (black)
    • Row 4: Canned bacon (tactical), Canned beans (baked), Canned corned beef, Canned green peas, Canned chicken, Canned pork, Canned rice, Canned ravioli (with tomato sauce), Canned tuna, Canned chicken noodle soup, Canned spam
  • Ammo aisle: Fixed selection of ammunition in four rows, 1d8-2 boxes per caliber among the following:
  • First aid aisle: Fixed selection of meds, 1d10 of each:
    • Individual bandage, Cigarette, Cannabis, Paracetamol, Epoetin-alfa
  • Misc aisle: Fixed selection of various other items, 1d8-2 of each:
    • Trauma plates: Fiberglass, Aramid, Ceramic
    • Miscellaneous items: Lighter, Mobile phone battery, Safety matches (box of 250), Safety matches (mini-bag of 5), Portable Stove Kit (PSK), Butane gas canisters, Duct tape, Empty plastic bottles, Rags
    • Books

Convenience stores may also:

  • Does not buy back items. All sales are final.
  • Accept payment in cash or appraised valuables
  • Provide store credit (valid at all stores of the same chain)
    • Shops do not normally return change; it is automatically converted into store credit instead.
  • Transfer store credit into a customer's bank account (for a fee, see Bank).
  • Provide a delivery service into a customer's bank vault (for a fee and if the vault has enough space remaining, see Bank)


Convenience store chains

Each chain has a particular extra service or gimmick differentiating them from the others.

24-Seven: The original convenience store chain in the Mazes. Customers get 1 free raffle ticket for every Parallar symbol.png250 spent per visit at their stores. (e.g. if the total purchases total Parallar symbol.png307, the customer gets 1 ticket). Roll a 1d100 per ticket:

  • 1-60: Losing ticket
  • 61-65: Parallar symbol.png25 24-Seven store credit
  • 66-70: Parallar symbol.png50 24-Seven store credit
  • 71-75: Parallar symbol.png100 24-Seven store credit
  • 76-80: Parallar symbol.png150 24-Seven store credit
  • 81-85: Parallar symbol.png250 24-Seven store credit
  • 86-90: Parallar symbol.png500 24-Seven store credit
  • 91-95: Parallar symbol.png1000 24-Seven store credit
  • 96-99: Jackpot prize (usually Parallar symbol.png2000 24-Seven store credit, some stores may offer special items with an equivalent value instead)
  • 100: Super Jackpot prize (usually Parallar symbol.png5000 24-Seven store credit, some stores may offer special items with an equivalent value instead)

Fusco's Bodega: A convenience store chain opened by a former member of the Police. Sells extra items oriented towards Police officers.

Tomato Konbini (Youkai-go: トマト・コンビニ): A youkai-owned and operated convenience store chain, first launched in Yurai. Customers get 1 free raffle ticket for every Parallar symbol.png250 spent per visit at their stores. Roll a 1d100 per ticket:

  • 1-60: Losing ticket
  • 61-65: Parallar symbol.png25 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 66-70: 1 free item from the food aisle (while supplies last) or Parallar symbol.png50 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 71-75: Parallar symbol.png100 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 76-80: 1 free item from the first aid aisle (while supplies last) or Parallar symbol.png150 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 81-85: Parallar symbol.png250 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 86-90: 1 free box of ammunition from the ammo aisle (while supplies last) or Parallar symbol.png500 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 91-95: 1 free Activist Recon Outfit (body type of the customer's choice) or Parallar symbol.png1000 Tomato Konbini store credit
  • 96-99: Jackpot prize (usually a free Activist Combat Outfit, body type of the customer's choice, or Parallar symbol.png1500 Tomato Konbini store credit)
  • 100: Super Jackpot prize (usually a free Maximum Defense Outfit, body type of the customer's choice except Type U, or Parallar symbol.png2500 Tomato Konbini store credit)

Angelstop: The convenience store chain operated by Heaven, Ltd., featuring shrine maiden staff.

  • Features a donation box and access to all of the regular services offered by shrine maidens at the shrine.

Circle H: The convenience store chain operated by Hell, Inc., featuring dark maiden personnel.

  • Features a donation box and access to all of the regular services offered by dark maidens at the sanctum.

Special: Diamond Hot Dogs: This unique store has a hot-dog themed interior. The food aisle here only sells four types of food items (three of which are unique to this location), alongside three types of drinks. The store carries 3d20 of each item.

  • Food: Hot-dog, Chili-dog, Corn-dog, Hot-gon
  • Drinks: Bottle of mineral water, Can of cola, Can of lemonade

Special: Tin Can Emporium: A unique store which doubles as a museum on the history of canned food in the Mazes. The food aisle here sells a selection of canned or powdered food items, carrying 2d20 of each:

  • Food: Every item in the Canned goods category, every item in the Powdered drinks category, Can of candied fruit
  • Drinks: Bottle of mineral water, every type of canned drink (Apple juice, cola drink, energy drink, grape juice, lemonade, orange juice)


Chain locations

Convenience stores are available in every town and intersection.

Store chains in towns:

Store chains in intersections:

  • 24-Seven: 01, 04, 05, 07, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29
  • Tomato Konbini: 02, 03, 06
  • Fusco's Bodega: 08, 09, 15, 17, 18, 20, 25
  • Angelstop: N/A
  • Circle H: N/A


Shop generation

This section is intended for GMs.

The inventory of convenience stores is fixed, there are no special generation rules other than available stock for each item type.