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The Alchemist's Cookbook
Recipes, Ruminations, and Potions

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Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon stewed borax
  • 3 quarts shredded holmium
  • 1/10 pint frozen chimera
  • 1/6 tablespoon chopped beholder
  • 14 quarts dried Dyyesh alexandrite
  • 1 tablespoon diced Wosedravus monkey
  • 1/4 pound Drymariel sphene poison
  • 1 tablespoon crushed chalcedony
  • 1/9 cup partially hydrogenated Auquaeaquae eucharis
  • 4 ounces frozen G'gung nitrogen
  • 1/6 fluid ounce Ænaren sard poison
  • 1/5 tablespoon stewed U'legxy rat
  • 1/8 quart mendelevium dressing
  • 1/9 pint germanium seasoning


  • Directions
    Put water in a small double boiler and heat but do not boil. Mince all the gem ingredients in a seperate stewpot, add 3 cups of boiling water, reduce mixture over heat, and place in double boiler. Add all remaining ingredients to the double boiler, stirring slowly. Add oats to preserve as needed. Broil mixture for 56 minutes. Serveat room temperature.

    Garnish with
  • 1 fluid ounce sliced nasturtium
  • 1/6 tablespoon Fodrur carbon steel broth


  • Notes - Sorted by Age and Relevance*
    Jubolalia's tome showed that 1 in 239 people experienced 10 or more of the following symptoms: age reversal, anemia, aneurysm, angina, atopy, autism, dizziness, dry mouth, gender changes, hot flashes, menorrhagia, sneezing, zits. Do not eat if you or a family member are pregnant, nursing, of childbearing age, have a history of or are at risk from amebiasis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, arteriosclerosis, beriberi, blastomycosis, diabetes, diverticulitis, emphysema, glaucoma, herpes, Hodgkin's disease, lockjaw, multiple sclerosis, peritonitis, strep throat, tapeworm, toxicosis, tuberculosis. If negative symptoms persist, see a shaman immediately.

    Awuque's journal indicated that barbarian's have up to 68% immunity to any effects of this recipe.

    Personal observations have shown that there is a 76% chance that the cook will obtain a magical immunity to 97% of the side-effects.

    Personal experiment indicated that each time the victim takes 11 or more damage from this recipe, he must make another Fortitude save or 1/3 of all damage incurred is permanent.

    Trhah's manuals indicated that there is a 64% chance that character will become addicted or dependant to the recipe. Addiction will require 5+(Number of days addicted) successful Will savings rolls to cure.

    Vaclenong, Tohublap, Sememiel's grimoire indicated that there is a 71% chance that additional servings will aggravate any negative symptoms by a factor of 10.

    * 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.

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