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February 2, 2017

Dwarfare Emporium – Poisons

Today I am publishing a small list of poisons that can be found throughout our products. Hopefully you will find some use for them in your games:

Trailbane Dangerous, applied, touch, 30 coins, 0 weight
This poison is particularly good for anyone who wishes to follow a target. Two doses are made, one for the target and one for you, the hunter. The target becomes sweaty and releases a persistent but subtle sweet smell. When you discern realities, you may ask the GM “in what direction is the sweet smell coming from?” The GM will answer truthfully.

Witchbane Dangerous, applied, touch, 35 coins, 0 weight
Until cured, if the poison was applied the target cannot use magic. If the poison touches the target, magical effects or attacks are diminished or halved, the GM will describe how.

Wolfsbane Dangerous, touch, 30 coins, 0 weight
Until the next sunrise, if the target is a wolf or lycanthrope its movement is slowed and creatures attacking it deal +1d4 of damage. If a creature bitten by a lycanthrope drinks this poison it gets a second chance to resist turning into one.

Dead Man Walking dangerous, applied, 100 coins, 0 weight.
Unless cured, the target falls terribly ill after 3 days and then takes its last breath, its death appearing of natural
causes.

Kosher’s Slip dangerous, applied, 50 coins, 0 weight.
The target answers the next question it is asked truthfully.

Onyx Sight dangerous, touch, 35 coins, 0 weight.
Until cured, the target gradually becomes blind over the course of a minute.

Rageroot dangerous, touch, 30 coins, 0 weight.
The target enters a blinding rage, attacking everything on sight for a few crucial seconds.

Satyr’s Titter dangerous, applied, 55 coins, 0 weight.
Until cured, whenever the target hears a joke or a funny word, it laughs uncontrollably for a few minutes.

3 Comments on “Dwarfare Emporium – Poisons

Andrea Parducci
February 3, 2017 at 8:42 am

Thanks for sharing that.

Christian Hundahl
February 3, 2017 at 11:36 am

Satyr’s Titter is a winner, I’ll have to use that at some point in my own group!

Victor Hurtado
February 4, 2017 at 1:03 pm

That one is also my favorite as well.

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