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Alchemist Cookbook #2
Plot Generator - Sci-Fi
Recipes, Ruminations, and Potions
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Put whiskey in a medium stewpot and boil. Add 1/3 of the ingredients to the stewpot and bring to a slow simmer. Add remaining ingredients to the stewpot 1 at a time, stirring frequently. Add salt as needed. Seperate liquids into a seperate pan. Fry mixture for 74 minutes. Sprinkle with Sinaries feldspar seasoning and servechilled.
Notes - Sorted by Age and Relevance*
Onpryraibsoh, Igvyguih'fruvew, Iwpybevgur's journal indicated that 1 in 34 people experienced up to 5 of the following symptoms: all rolls –1 per serving, anemia, cackle fever, eunuchoidism, hallucinations, height shrinkage of at least 1 inch, 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 Addison's disease, Alzheimer's, chlamydia, conjunctivitis, epilepsy, heart attack, hookworm, leprosy, lockjaw, measles, meningitis, pinkeye, polio, rabies. If negative symptoms develop, see an alchemist immediately.
Eqs's grimoire showed that chaotic good, neutral good, true neutral and neutral evil aligned characters have up to 11% immunity to the effects of this recipe.
Personal essays concluded that there is a 66% chance that any illnesses contracted from eating this recipe are communicable. All players within 57 feet must make a Fortitude saving roll or risk becoming infected.
Adnonuetres, Cumasa, Hoccohiquam's experiments indicated that there is a 24% chance that additional servings will aggravate any negative symptoms by a factor of 8.
Fordilin, Arso, Nebri's experiment indicated that each time the victim takes 8 or more damage from this recipe, he must make another Fortitude save or be blinded.
* 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.