NathanGPLC wrote:I don't know how potions are handled in the computer game, but in dark fantasy games, making healing magic readily available can make the dangers of combat a little...silly.
Saisei wrote:While running the Dalish Curse one of my players joked after killing the Blight Wolves "We should get Chainmail. The wolves always seem to have chainmail in the game" Then proceeded to act out said wolf vomitting out a suit of armour... Pleasant
zorblack wrote:For the record, in the video game as soon as you can freely move around you can buy infinite flasks from the vendor in your camp and then infinite elfroots from the elves. Total cost is about 75 copper pieces (if that), and that is all you need to make a lesser health poultice (1 flask and 1 elfroot).
Saisei wrote:there is I think only a 50% chance of success? This will give my PC's a means to provide their own healing outside of first aid and magic but I don't think it will unbalance the game.
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