So, im working on a mini series for badassdanddpics and was wondering if you guys had any ideas. im calling the mini series “Bewildering Botany and Perilous Poisons” that will basically showcase magical plant homebrew that will aid adventures and villains alike. for the poison section of it, i put together some basic information from D&D about the rules as well as how they are applied and used against others as well as common symptoms from plants in the real world.
different poisons are applied to victims by
smoke from being burned
common rules (for 5th edition D&D regarding poison)
A weapon coated with poison will dry out in one minute.
When you are poisoned, you will usually suffer from the poisoned condition.
Poison can be bought or crafted using the downtime rules and a poisoner’s kit.
Cures for poison include low level spells or anti-toxin.
Truth Serum is listed under poisons, and is something I think could be useful in your campaign in many different ways.
Poisoned: A poisoned creature has disadvantage on attack rolls and ability checks.
each round until you make a saving throw.
Common symptoms of poisoning include nausea, vomiting, convulsions, liver failure, disables nerves, lowers blood pressure, and can stop the heart, muscle twitches, and sometimes paralysis, irritation of skin throat and mouth, swelling, burning pain, breathing difficulties and stomach upset. dilated pupils, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, tachycardia, loss of balance, staggering, headache, rash, flushing, dry mouth and throat, slurred speech, urinary retention, constipation, confusion, hallucinations, delirium, convulsions and photo-toxicity
underneath the “keep reading” i have included some actual plants that could help with creating realistic homebrew.
A/N: Muse burst out of nowhere and before I knew it, I was jotting down this blip. Based off of the AnimalSet from SIF. Semi-crack(?) Words: 4,782 Ships: Kanan x Dia, implied You x Riko Summary: In which the popular body pillow Panda went on a journey to find herone night stand the mysterious stranger who shared her bed.
Rachel recently lost the love of her life. This was someone that she was with in High School and thought she’d always be with. They broke up and she believed they would eventually find their way back to each other and they won’t. Then we have Quinn getting back with Puck, someone that she has a history with that started at McKinley, and Mercedes getting back with Sam, someone that she also has a history with that started at McKinley. They’re getting their second chance to make it right and that’s never going to happen for Rachel and Finn. It has to be painful for her to see that. (x)
Violet: Umm, excuse me! Unless you’re using those paints to give yourself some color, cause Berry knows you need it, you’re supposed to be ready to go out.
All through high school, I of course wasn’t aloud to leave my mother’s sight at any school functions which I only attended had mother been chaperoning, but Violet always made sure I got to be a teenager and experience everything I was supposed to. She had no fear when it came to my mother either.
Finchel AU: inspired by the movie ‘Never been kissed’ ↳ Rachel is a journalist who goes undercover as a 17-year old student in her old high school. Unfortunately she didn’t count on falling in love with her teacher, who doesn’t know she’s not actually his student.
are artists just descendants of particularly skilled gatherers?
cause like gathering berries an shit required a keen eye for color and whatnot so you didn’t pick the poison shit and artists are better at distinguishing between colors like even ones that are only like half a shade off
And a lot of artistic kids come from artistic parents
So does that mean our ancestors survived and passed on their incredibly useful skill for thousands of years just for it to reach us and for everyone to tell us our skill is useless and make us live of nothing and make fun of us for utilizing a skill that was crucial for the survival of our entire species