1 potions:for the runescape adventurer

Welcome! Thank you for privileging me with the opportunity to present some of my ideas. I want to tackle the notion of potions. Generally, people view them as nothing but entangled with the idea of prayer and swiftly raising your levels for a cheap minute. I want to open people’s thoughts to a more wide viewpoint- there is so much potential for Herblore and the future of potions. I was inspired to create some potions that would latch at the lower levels as well implicate a connection with veteran potion makers as well.

There are advantages within the capacity of the Herblore system that can make potion-making even more beneficial to the progressive adventurer. I see one of the main flaws in potions is that they’re not easily shown through entrance with a better gaming experience. They usually damper the mood.So, what would happen if some newer potions became more environmental-reachable instead of just standing at the Grand Exchange-profitable?

1: Paste Overflow
What it is: The possibility of creating a volcano of tar from a simple potion that will in return grow ammunition for your salamander will come true through Paste Overflow (different name?) This potion causes different amounts of tar after fifteen minutes or so to be released once unplugged. It won’t be over drastic for people that make profit off of making tar, but big enough to be still an advantage.

Once you create the potion you will have to wait for it to conjure up some tar. After ten minutes you can open it to release the desired tar out, then after that it will sit again until the next round. This will only last four times. This will be also considered to be part of the dose system. How it is determined what tar comes out is determined through the creation process.

How to make: The herb needed depends what kind of tar you want to come out of the potion. The herb Guam releases Guam tar. You will only need one herb, but will need two eyes of newt and a honeycomb in return. After you create the potion, for the tar to start forming you will need to shake the vial. When it’s fizzing that means the tar is done. This can be really helpful in tight spots with your salamander..