Thursday, May 19, 2011

Hitting the Bottle Week Part Four: The Revenge!

 
Yes ladies and gentlemen, it's the blog series you didn't ask for! The event that even my own brother won't leave a comment on, even after I ask him to. Seriously people, what the hell? Oh well, here is day four of "Hitting the Bottle Week".

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Bottle of Instant Sedimentation

The bottle of instant sedimentation is a favorite item amongst adventurers that regularly travel to areas where finding clean water is a problem. The enchantment on the bottle allows it to separate any mixture into it's components upon command. For example, muddy water placed in the bottle of instant sedimentation can be instantly separated into dirt and clean water. The components will remain separate until the command is reversed, no matter how much agitation it sees. The contents of the separated mixture can be poured out in whatever order the owner desires. The bottle of instant sedimentation only works on mixtures that can be separated by sedimentation, filtration or evaporation. Substances such as ale, wine, spirits, milk and magic potions are unaffected by the bottle unless mixed with another substance. It will affect potions that have been mixed together.

3 comments:

  1. Ahoy! I will hit the bottle with you here literally, if not metaphorically for a moment. Just a note of encouragement to keep on keeping on - commentless posts can feel brutal as can shouting into the apparent void. Still, just because noone seems to be dropping in doesn't mean that noone is... fwiw, I like your bottles and the unusual or mundane but still magical item generally. cheers, -zB

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  2. Thanks for the words of encouragement. I think it's part of the nature of the online community. There is no clubhouse or meeting hall for people new to the blogosphere to introduce themselves and get acquainted. You pretty much have to make noise until someone hears you.

    Glad you like the bottles. I'll try to get the last two up before the weekend is over.

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  3. XO Sorry about the late comments Dave!

    But I'm finaly catching up, and this is a VERY interesting idea for a magical item.

    Hell, magical containers are very underused, and the idea has merit, but saying that to you on IM's isn't nearly as good as an actual comment. XP

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