Druid Hemlock

#1zerozediPosted 10/5/2009 12:34:43 AM
Is it safe to eat them? says it raises hit points by 1 point and it's not used in any potion I have found yet. Not even the +10 hit point potion.
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#2LoccanPosted 10/5/2009 12:36:41 AM
Later you can make potions with them :)
#3EndofEternityxxPosted 10/5/2009 12:36:57 AM
burn that herb, son. <_<
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#4zerozedi(Topic Creator)Posted 10/5/2009 12:55:32 AM
Ok I will save em thanks for the answer.
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Originally Posted by Go_That_Guy
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#5Random_PC_GamerPosted 10/5/2009 12:56:21 AM
Why would you save them?

Eat them as you go!
#6EndofEternityxxPosted 10/5/2009 12:57:54 AM
Later you can make potions with them :)

That's why you save them.
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#7Random_PC_GamerPosted 10/5/2009 1:04:52 AM
Saying to save them for later DOES NOT answer the question as to why exactly you would be making potions out of them

Making potions with them is completely pointless, you are still only getting a +1 bonus regardless of what you put it into.

So again I ask, why save them in order to make potions out of them?
#8EndofEternityxxPosted 10/5/2009 1:07:31 AM
Saying to save them for later DOES NOT answer the question as to why exactly you would be making potions out of them

Who the hell asked about making potions with them? <_<
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#9AezurPosted 10/5/2009 1:56:46 AM
The potion makes it give +10, though I personally ate all mine and then used my hero crowns for strength potions.
#10garrett_danielsPosted 10/5/2009 2:15:27 AM
Attribute-granting herbs always have stronger effects when brewed into potions, but you will find far more of them than you will of the Hero's Crown, which is the required base for permanent potions. Pick one type of attribute-boosting plant to use the Hero's Crowns with and eat the other types directly.

Note that you can also boost attributes through cooking. Cooking uses vegetables instead of herbs and doesn't require a skill, but you will still need the appropriate recipe and the base ingredient (bag of spices). Meals don't boost attributes as significantly as potions do, but it's certainly useful as a secondary method (especially if you aren't going to learn alchemy).