Oh man, I'd completely forgotten about your translator manfred! And the two are so very alike. LOL! My apologies.
It is interesting how the Translator of Political Corectness gets the PCs in bad situations by making bad comunication good, and the Potion of Mis Understanding Languages does that by making good comunication bad.
Now if I can just figure out a way to get the translator to drink the potion... Go to Comment
Yes. This is just that kind of an item, which you can give to your players and laugh when they get themselves into trouble. and who said that being a DM isn't fun, with or without butter?
Seriously then, I don't see anything wrong with this item. It is not powerful and not that kind of an item which would destroy everything immediately. Of course it can get you into trouble, but nothing too overpowerin, I would imagine. I like this item. Go to Comment
I can't believe I never commented on this one before, sweet monkeys. It's simple yet really effective, and I truly mean that. I would love to use this on a party where one member knows the language that is being spoken, and the other is relying on one of these potions with butter. Though they might take exception to the GM "putting words in their mouths" . . . and the corpses will be consumed. Go to Comment