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d30 Potion Adverse Miscibility Table
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d30 Potion Adverse Miscibility Table

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"I want to drink two potions at once, what happens?"

I think all of us as GMs have had players decide to try something stupid. Sometimes the PCs have to do something that is unwise out of desperation. In the real world you wouldn't mix medications, but in the fantasy world players think nothing of potentially risking their PC's minds and bodies by mixing magical effects from potions.

This free set of d30 tables gives the GM a base 10% chance of an adverse side effect from a PC consuming two potions too closely to each other. All it takes is a couple of quick rolls of the d30 and if either die roll comes up with a "30) or both numbers are the same, then all the GM needs to do is consult one of the three tables. 

Unlike many d30 tables, you can't really substitute the d30 rolls with other dice. Conceievably you could use percentile dice and if the result is 01-10 then you can use a d3 or d6 to determine which table to use and then another d3/d6 and a d10 to get the specific result. This kind of goes against the idea of using d30 tables, but there you go. I'd suggest picking up a d30 from the likes of Koplow or Crystal Caste.

If this interests you you might want to check out the Order of the d30 G+ community, where you can find a lot more support for this one die. 

 
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