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Alchemist Cookbook #2
Plot Generator - Sci-Fi
Recipes, Ruminations, and Potions
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Put cream in a small double boiler and heat to 249°. Steam all the gem ingredients in a seperate pan, add 8 cups of boiling water, reduce mixture over heat, and dip remaining ingredients in mixture. Add all remaining ingredients to the double boiler, stirring frequently. Add salt to taste. Let mixture simmer 33 minutes. Sprinkle with Sicamen yarrow poison and servecold.
Notes - Sorted by Age and Relevance*
Karlat, Grakwitletgi's handbook showed that 1 in 194 people experienced the following symptoms: asthma, atrophy, blurred vision, delierium, dry mouth, eunuchoidism, inability to cast any spells, incontinence, muscular atrophy, sneezing. Do not eat if you or a family member are pregnant, nursing, of childbearing age, have a history of or are at risk from adenocarcinoma, Alzheimer's, cancer, chronic fatigue disorder, contact dermatitis, Crohn's disease, gastric ulcers, hookworm, kala-azar, laryngitis, lupus, melanoma, meningitis. If negative symptoms persist, see a healer immediately.
Æranas, Moreiriad's tome showed that Drow's are at 64% more risk to 1/7 of the effects of this recipe.
Personal experiments have indicated that when damaged by this recipe, character must succeed on another saving throw or 12 points of damage is permanent drain instead.
Prizitimius, Yathorobritien, Afrycaliel's encyclopedia indicated that there is a 40% chance that any illnesses contracted from eating this recipe are communicable. All players within 105 feet must make a Fortitude saving roll or risk becoming infected.
Tamllonta's observations indicated that the victim must make 6 successful Fortitude saving throws in a row to recover from any illnesses caused from this recipe.
* Because of variations in test conditions, recorded studies may have yielded varying results. Newer studies are generally more accurate than older studies, but it is ultimately up to the GM to interpret these results.