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A potion of great strength, it is a finely brewed tea that restores Constitution, as well as gives the drinker an unusual burst of Strength, due to the high levels of caffine. Tastes great chilled and with a drop of honey and lemon.

A potion of great strength, it is a finely brewed tea that restores Constitution, as well as gives the drinker an unusual burst of Strength. Tastes great chilled and with a drop of honey and lemon.

Doom Tea is so named by it’s maker, the tea farmer Basil Nonsen. The delicate Green Tea is mixed with several arcane potions of Basil’s own making, with all natural ingredients. Basil now runs a large plantation, specializing in the growing and mixing of Doom Tea, and running a good export to many apocitharies and houses of note.

Magical Properties:

Doom tea gives a short +STR atribute, as well as restoring CON.



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Stobot
March 19, 2003, 3:00
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delicious! what is this magnificent drink called? oh my god, i am going to die!!!!!!!! oh ok... ummm this conversation never happend.
Agar
March 22, 2003, 21:28
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Why exactly is it called "Doom" tea? Is the strength bonus signifigant, a clerk lifting a cart load of stone and tossing it away kind of bonus? or just a little bit?

How long does it last? Is it addictive, or at least more so than regular tea? Any after effects? Does it react with anything else in an unusual manner, say downing some doom tea and a shark steak provides an immediate laxitive?

Good start, wonder where we will take it...
Strolen
March 23, 2003, 3:45
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If you take too much or it is taken to often it has a nasty tendency to turn the entire skin a deep purple bruised color.

If mixed incorrectly it may increase everything and work as normal, but slowly it brings you back down to below where you were before you drink it. A couple days later? a week? depends on the brew.
Ylorea
September 3, 2003, 11:52
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I feel the brew would benefit from a bit more extensive explanation.
I also keep having the question: why dooms-tea? ... no the farmer was not called dooms, was he?

If it is called doomstea for another reason, what are the after effects? or the drawbacks?

I do not care that the + in STR is unqualified. It will be differnte in diffenent game systems and with different DM's.
Personaly I would also put a max to the number of CON points being restored...
Voted Zylithan
December 3, 2005, 1:39
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It's a good post, with some strong parts and some weak parts. THe obvious question is why the title? Any time people are left with that question, you know you should have answered the question. Other than that it's a normal and good post I would say.
Voted Murometz
January 9, 2014, 20:06
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I was so excited to click on "Doom Tea"!

It's a strength potion. Gaaaaaaah!
Voted valadaar
January 9, 2014, 21:58
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Well, this one looks ripe for a second take. Decent for its ancient vintage.
Voted Shadoweagle
January 10, 2014, 0:38
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Agreed! It should be the next quest: Doom Tea! Everybody put their own take on it!

or.. Or...

Find a '2-score' sub and remake it!


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