My kind of magic item, magic with a price. Suitable for a Garage Sale from Hell submission or Dalme the Tinkerer item. Well executed, enough details to be strongly expressed, and enough dramatic hooks to be a great kicker in any campaign. Two Paws up! And a tail! Go to Comment
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Awesome! Your storytelling is unrivaled, Scrasamax, and this potion has my head swimming with ideas! I particularly like your #2 plot hook. I can easily see an aging poet approaching the PC's and offering them his life savings for the potion. He wants to complete the perfect poem for his dying wife, the love of his life, before it is too late. Once she has passed, he will have no need of his writing skills, and he is more than willing to give up his talent and gold to make her happy one last time, with the greatest love poem he could possibly write. Go to Comment
I wonder how many other ways this potion could express its power. Could it be used to elevate someone of feeble talents into greatness (Or at least mediocrity?) For example, Artus the Lame is challenged to a footrace and hopes to achieve a moderate trot, or Grollgurg the Hunchbacked must seduce a cynical barmaid... After all, Zero x 3 = Zero... Go to Comment
While only a guild of brick makers, this is well brought to the table.
I was thinking of an instance where the PC's are after someone, or something, and it goes into a building that has recently been done. They try to enter through the door but it is blocked, so seeing that the brick is freshly laid, begin breaking there way through the brick wall. Explain that one to a guild and society that relies so heavily on the brick. Go to Comment