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The Alchemist's Cookbook
Recipes, Ruminations, and Potions

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Ingredients
  • 1/9 quart bronze extract
  • 9 quarts tourmaline flakes
  • 22 ounces Linadnal boogeyman
  • 1 quart sliced Aeohinc xenon
  • 1/10 pint Obripimegias dubmium broth
  • 4 gallons Formu terbium oil
  • 1 pound fresh samarium
  • 1 pint sliced red jasper
  • 4 quarts earth elemental paste
  • 1 teaspoon Idayaczurn titanium syrup
  • 1 tablespoon amphisbaena syrup
  • 14 fluid ounces Akraazd rubidium broth
  • 1/4 fluid ounce Arcee thulium dressing
  • 1 teaspoon dried gerbera daisy


  • Directions
    Put water in a small pot and boil. Mince all the monster ingredients in a seperate Dutch oven, mix till well blended, and pour over remaining ingredients. Add all remaining ingredients to the pot, stirring occasionally. Add wine as needed. Seperate liquids into a seperate Dutch oven. Let mixture stand 31 minutes. Serveat room temperature.

    Garnish with
  • 1 gallon shredded steel


  • Notes - Sorted by Age and Relevance*
    Otbta'umamw, Ry'ozst'czcuw's grimoire indicated that 1 in 199 people experienced the following symptoms: age reversal, albinism, alopecia, anal leakage, aneurysm, asthma, atrophy, autism, choking, eunuchoidism, freckles, height growth of at least 1/8 inch, inability to cast arcane spells, incontinence, priapism, vertigo, vomiting. Do not eat if you or a family member are pregnant, nursing, of childbearing age, have a history of or are at risk from cardiac arrest, dengue, hookworm, leukemia, lymphoma, muscular dystrophy. If negative symptoms persist, see a healer immediately.

    Laboratory observations have concluded that monk's are at 80% more risk to any effects of this recipe.

    Tikvyohde's treatises concluded that there is a 22% chance that any illnesses contracted from eating this recipe are communicable. All players within 69 feet must make a Fortitude saving roll or risk becoming infected.

    Sintrfequamco's observation indicated that each time the victim takes 8 or more damage from this recipe, he must make another Fortitude save or all damage incurred is permanent.

    Ocumnter, Coiamnon's observation concluded that there is a 45% chance that additional servings will aggravate any negative symptoms by a factor of 3.

    Independant laboratory observations have concluded that there is a 11% chance that the cook will obtain a magical immunity to 32% of the side-effects.

    Meistanti, Uepro, Paena's codexes showed that the victim must make 7 successful Fortitude saving throws in a row to recover from any illnesses caused from this recipe.

    Krafolin, Thirnilir, Gakhain's experiments showed that there is a 72% chance that character will become addicted or dependant to the recipe. Addiction will require 2+(Number of days addicted) successful Will savings rolls to cure.

    * 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.

    Copyright © 2003-2006, NBOS Software. "Dwarven Beserker" and "Relic" art by V. Shane.