Re: Consuming a potion?
- Thanks, Neil,
Non-PCGen, but that sounds like a fun and foolproof method.
--- In email@example.com, Saxum Caribetum wrote:
> On 06/04/2012 02:22, Timothy Reaves wrote:
> > What is the correct way to consume a potion, to remove it from inventory?
> > I'm using 5.17.12.
> totally non-PCGen method, but very easy on the record keeping side of
> I've given up keeping consumables on the character sheet and leave that
> for long-term items only.
> I hand out small (visiting-card sized(*)) tokens for consumables:
> scrolls, potions, wands,..
> When a PC consumes a potion or reads a scroll, they hand it back to me (GM).
> Easy record-keeping (none¬!) and the players seem to feel it adds
> verisimilitude to the notion of "consuming" the item!
> For Wands, I provide a card with 50 check-boxes, and have them check off
> one each time it's used.
> (potions, wands and scrolls weigh so little I don't worry about the
> encumbrance side of things)
> (*our keenest PC Wizard's player has one of those wallets you can buy
> for visiting cards, and keeps his stash of scrolls and potions in that,
> for handy reference and easy access!)
> Neil Taylor "Creo Imaginem Mente"
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