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kzkid126
2016-11-18, 10:52 PM
I have a campaign going and I haven't been DM-ing very long. I want to have the players to be able to craft their own potions and I don't have any ideas for ingredients or what kind of check to make for a potion to be successfully crafted. I do have a few ideas for potion effects but am open to new ideas. Also thinking of the idea to let anyone make potions but if someone where to select the craft potion feat for them to be able to make special potions just based around their character and class, I would enjoy others opinion on this topic so let me know what you think and what restrictions on making the potions would make the game more interesting.

Libro
2016-11-19, 10:10 AM
I have a campaign going and I haven't been DM-ing very long. I want to have the players to be able to craft their own potions and I don't have any ideas for ingredients or what kind of check to make for a potion to be successfully crafted. I do have a few ideas for potion effects but am open to new ideas. Also thinking of the idea to let anyone make potions but if someone where to select the craft potion feat for them to be able to make special potions just based around their character and class, I would enjoy others opinion on this topic so let me know what you think and what restrictions on making the potions would make the game more interesting.
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kchristian8
2016-12-08, 02:28 AM
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