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The elixer of Invisibility


The Elixer Of misconception is a magical drink that can turn the user not noticed. for 24 hours. It allows the user to be seen but when seen people usually forget that you are there. For example: You walk into a room and close the door. People look up at the sound and see you, but the disregard you as a person of no importance. This works for anyone or anything.

The Elixer Of misconception is a magical drink that can turn the user not noticed. for 24 hours. It allows the user to be seen but when seen people usually forget that you are there. For example: You walk into a room and close the door. People look up at the sound and see you, but the disregard you as a person of no importance. This works for anyone or anything.

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The Elixer Of Misconception only last for approximatly 24 hours.

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October 15, 2003, 18:35
Nice idea, but didn't Agar post something like this a while ago?

The idea that it works for anyone or anything seems to be open for abuse by the evil GM, who could certainly convince his characters that any NPC can be fooled by their elixir, before making saving throws for key NPCs. Sooner or later they'll get too cocky and get noticed...

What happens if they murder someone while using this potion? Do they suddenly become noticeable again?
October 15, 2003, 22:09
Some things that ephe didn't mention:
Is it the elixer of invisibility or misconception?
Also, could you clean up the spelling and punctuation? It would help us a lot.

It is, however, a good idea. Kind of like a potion for the Mental Invisibility Method.

If one person notices the potion-drinker, and they alert others to the potion-drinker's presence, do said others become aware also?
October 16, 2003, 1:10
Actually, I think you're thinking of the Shirt of Unnoticability, and that was drphluid's.

If this is a elixer of mosconception, wouldn't the people notice the person, just have the wrong ideas about them?

"Excuse me, old woman?!"

"I'm not a woman!"

"Sorry. Excuse me old man?"

"I'm not old either!"

And Capt, either the post has been edited, or I can't see the spelling and punctuation errors.

This is an item that can be dangerous in the hands of the wrong people. Imagine an evil invader gives some kobold suicide assassins this stuff, they waltz into the kings chambers and knife him, and maybe even waltz back out if no one saw them doing the deed. If they're smart enough to wait till nature calls, they could get him all alone with no one the wiser.

This stuff is as powerful as your planning goes, and DMs are an evil lot.
October 16, 2003, 1:46
Not a bad idea. Definetly needs some tweaking though. It would kind of fun if instead of drinking the potion you had to splash some on the person or people you wanted to disregard you so that you couldent use it to easily. Maybe even decrease the duration of this item to about 2 to 4 hours. Overall it seems like just something else to add to the ever expanding (not to mention completely scattered about)list of fun little items for rouges and theives to use to mess with decent folk. Not that thats a bad thing. Good job. (I just though of this, what if the magic only worked because it gets in the targets eyes and magically blurs thier vision so you look like someone else that they know but have no need to pay attention to.Oh my so much potential.)
October 16, 2003, 2:50
Then again, if you get somewhere you should not be at all (or no one should be at all), the magic would not protect you.

"Hey! What the hell are you doing in the king's Treasury!"
"Ehhh... nothing, just cleaning up."
"Get him!"

Same applies to killing and other too noticeable acts.
October 17, 2003, 2:46
Changing the duration to only ten minutes per caster level would be a good idea I think.
Then just change it into a spell, so you can make a potion out of it with the brew potion feat would be fun.

I think I will use it this way..... (Yes my remarks make this a D&D item.)

btw Captain... It is very nice that you are american and so american comes as a natural language to you. I would like to remind you one more time that some of us actualy have had to learn this language as our second or third language....
October 17, 2003, 12:18
Captin Penguin is just doing his part to help make the submissions better, he's allright. He was polite and courteous in his comment, so that's ok. I still can't see what he's talking about, but that's just me.

... And anyway, who said he was american? He could be from Luxemburg for all I know, but it's not important. We're all just trying to make the submissions good, and if no one mentions bad spelling and/or grammer, then it doesn't get changed, and the submission is not as good as it could be.

If I am to understand the "brew potion" feat correctly, it lets you turn a spell into a consumable drink? I can only imagine the abuse that can get. "Potion of True Strike!"
October 17, 2003, 23:55
No, I really am American, though, since I am a penguin, I hail originally from Antarctica. May the golden Penguin Empire of Asmik never end!

(Launches into the national anthem of Asmik)
May 25, 2004, 15:28
If you want to sum up the effects of this potion, just look up the "Arcane" Background trait in Mage: the Ascension - hard to remember, even harder to describe, when unconspicious disregarded as harmless/uninteresting.

This is but a repetition of the classic 'Another Person's Business' phenomenon, and would be more appropriate for a veil, a fan, a mask or clothing than a potion...

nuffink new
Voted Incarnadine
July 7, 2006, 23:55
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Voted valadaar
September 19, 2016, 14:33
Good discussion on a minimal item.

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