Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Formula Folio

Here's another formula for you. We've got two more protection scrolls to do before starting on the inks used for spell scrolls. For those I'm planning on making the lower-level spell inks easier to prepare and generally less expensive/less rare than the higher-level spell inks.

Protection from Petrification
For the ink required to scribe a protection from petrification scroll

1 oz. giant octopus ink
1 gargoyle’s horn
1 gorgon’s hoof
1 jellyfish stinging tendril
1 dram of mercury
1 sprig of thyme
1 sprig of parsley
1 gallon of purified water

In a ceramic container, place purified water and bring to boil over an oak fire. Once boiling, add gargoyles horn and gorgon’s hoof. Cover, completely seal in red clay, and place clay-covered container under a fire of pine wood for two days. Let cool and remove, break seal and pour gluey mixture into a cast iron pot. Add all other ingredients and mix. Re-seal with black clay and place under an oak fire for one day. Remove, break seal and dispose of any remaining solids. Makes enough for 3 scrolls. A cockatrice feather quill is required.

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