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Alchemical Cocktail

Feat Category
General
Description

You can chemically combine an alchemical reagent with a magical potion.

Prerequisites

Brew Potion, Craft (alchemy) 6 ranks.

Benefit

You can apply one dose of an ingested alchemical item (such as a vial of antitoxin) with a potion in order to gain the effects of both, when imbibed. Creating the cocktail requires a move action, and you may draw both items as part of the same action (provided that you have two free hands with which to do so). Once created, the cocktail must be imbibed within 1 round, or the entire brew becomes inert and loses all alchemical and magical properties.

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