03 February 2013

Table: Healing Potion Side Effects

Some healing potions, especially those of dubious manufacture, come with side effects when their directions for usage are not followed to the letter (q.v.). Some of an even more suspect nature come with side effects regardless of how they are taken. In any event, any given batch of questionable healing potions will have one or two of the following side effects in addition to the advertised benefit.

Healing Potion Side Effects

Roll 1d12

  1. Blindness lasting 24 hours.
  2. Blurry vision lasting 1d20 rounds. Penalty of -4 to all attacks.
  3. Deafness lasting 24 hours.
  4. Dizziness lasting 1d8 rounds. No combat activity possible.
  5. Hallucinations lasting 24 hours.
  6. Incapacitating headache lasting 1d12 hours. No activity of any kind possible.
  7. Nausea lasting 1d10 rounds. No movement possible.
  8. Piercing headache lasting 1d4 turns. No concentration possible.
  9. Sense of smell deadened for 24 hours.
  10. Sense of taste deadened for 24 hours.
  11. Sense of touch deadened for 24 hours. Certain thiefly skills not possible.
  12. Throbbing headache lasting 1d6 hours. No concentration possible.

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