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Alchemist Cookbook #2
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Put whiskey in a medium roasting pan and boil. Add 1/4 of the ingredients to the roasting pan and bring to a slow simmer. Add remaining ingredients to the roasting pan 1 at a time, stirring frequently. Add flour to taste as needed. Let mixture simmer 48 minutes. Sprinkle with partially hydrogenated anemone and servecold.
Notes - Sorted by Age and Relevance*
Ip'sgyuv, Ivtaalekhamtr, Uprastel'xextuek's essay concluded that 1 in 142 people experienced 2 or more of the following symptoms: apnea, asthma, blurred vision, coughing, dementia, hallucinations, hemorrhoids, kidney failure, paranoia, priapism, 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 amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. If negative symptoms develop, see a wizard immediately.
Statur, Necenti's essay concluded that rogue's are at 95% more risk to 1/7 of the effects of this recipe.
Efdaw'j, Cib'tuomcz's treatises concluded that lawful neutral, neutral good and neutral evil aligned characters have up to 27% immunity to the effects of this recipe.
Kroggong, Crugamuth's experiment indicated that chaotic neutral and true neutral aligned characters are at 91% more risk to 1/6 of the effects of this recipe.
Peproa, Ferepu's observation concluded that Dwarf's have a 32% immunity to 1/4 of the effects of this recipe.
Sedosple, Elaui's experiments concluded that wizard, ranger and barbarian's are at 80% more risk to the effects of this recipe.
Independant laboratory observations have concluded that Human, Dwarf, and Elf's have a 5% immunity to any effects of this recipe.
Chyolus, Tisheque, Iphazikririus's treatises concluded that chaotic evil aligned characters have up to 72% immunity to the effects of this recipe.
Thaeriel, AenalŠilyn's grimoires indicated that lawful evil aligned characters are at 28% more risk to 1/5 of the effects of this recipe.
Skikrittle's essay concluded that Hill Giant, and Pixie's have a 22% immunity to the effects of this recipe.
Bovrolir's scroll showed that Snark, Gorgon, Ankheg, Efreeti, Scorpion, Zombie, and Behemoth's are at 9% more risk to the effects of this recipe.
Personal treatises concluded that farmer and fighter's have up to 90% immunity to the effects of this recipe.
Mulmomli, Grorgur's handbooks indicated that paladin's have a 27% immunity to the effects of this recipe.
Quodpraeet, Dore's report indicated that Sphinx's are at 92% more risk to the effects of this recipe.
Independant laboratory tests have concluded that Drow, Halfling, and Orc's are at 74% more risk to any effects of this recipe.
Sednfe, Nusoe, Alitioccle's cookbook indicated that Trapdoor Spider's have a 6% immunity to any effects of this recipe.
Eleiras, Silendnal, SinalŠnni's tome indicated that there is a 54% chance that any illnesses contracted from eating this recipe are communicable. All players within 33 feet must make a Fortitude saving roll or risk becoming infected.
Othatha, Chomias, Shradi's observations showed that successful saves do not allow the character to recover. Only magical healing can save the character.
Hizo, Cashabeyn, Cayn's guides concluded that each time the victim takes 21 or more damage from this recipe, he must make another Fortitude save or 1/6 of all damage incurred is permanent.
Zudug, Ebefri's handbooks showed that there is a 53% chance that additional servings will aggravate any negative symptoms by a factor of 8.
Dorsolir, Thufug, Gragnolir's grimoire indicated that when damaged by this recipe, character must succeed on another saving throw or 19 points of damage is permanent drain instead.
* 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.