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A profession that relies on ingredients found in the household, garden, or through foraging. These healing cures can be made into tea, potions, or a simple cream. Adventurers come to herbalists for an assortment of remedies, while more common folk benefit from simple teas and salves. Crafting materials include all matter of fungi, insects, and plants.

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Herbal Remedies & Potions

  • Burn Cream: A salve made from aloe vera, lavender, honey, and other soothing herbs and oils commonly found in gardens and homes.

  • Healing Potions: Depending on the potency of the brew, these can heal a minor or great amount of health. Weaker varieties repair the body at a slower rate, while the strongest iteration is immediate, granting the user with renewed vigor and spirit. They are generally green in color.

  • Mana Potions: Restores mana stores for the active mage. The weakest potion is generally acceptable for everyday uses, but those in the field benefit greatly from stronger doses. These are generally blue in color.

  • Poisons: From chemical to natural ingredients such as wasp and snake venom, these potions can be fast acting or slowly chip away at the enemy's health. They often carry a sickly green hue.

  • Sleeping Potion: Made from naturally sedating herbs such as chamomile, lavender, and Valerian root, this potion doubles as an aid for insomniacs and troublesome monsters.

  • Tablets: More convenient and fast acting ways to restore your health or mana. Effects are instantaneous, but it's advised to pace yourself. These are made by shaping and baking the pill sized medicine in an oven or out in the sun.

  • Water Breathing Potion: Made from all matters of algae, seaweed, and bits of aquatic animals, this foul tasting potion enhances your lung capabilities. From ten minutes to an hour, it makes for an excellent tool while snorkeling or just gathering mussels.