Title:
Brute's Companion
Author:
unknown
Summary:
brew - Fortitude
Type:
Ingested
Category:
Enhancement
Alchemy:
n/a
Forms:
n/a
Production:
1
Material units:
1
Place of Origin:

Date of Origin:

Place Found:

Date Found:

Encryption:
none

Notes:

This is, of course, not the brew itself, but the notes that accompany it.

Transcription:


As it should, her fortitude tastes rather like cherries, and smoke. With maybe a touch of saffron. And definitely undertones of rosemary. Not exactly a concoction for everyone's palate, but certainly an enticing blend for the connoisseur. Notice the good, strong green color, nice and clean, with a coat of sediment heavy at the bottom. Well done, Seskin Ertegun! You even mixed it under the time limit; you get full marks. Now look at Khurshi Tamiz's draught. Boiled overlong, I would guess, from the murky hazel color. ITEM1 was crushed rather than chopped, as evidenced by the congealing around the pieces, rather than a fine, easily drinkable layer of sediment. The proportions seem roughly correct, though, and the effect should still work, it will simply be like trying to swallow gritty slugs. So enjoy that in a moment when we all try out our brews. Ogan Inonu gets no marks, for ignoring my warning at the start of class, and adding the ITEM2 directly to the VERB1ed ITEM3 before reVERBING1ing. Consequently you also owe for the new alembics and will stay after to clean up the mess and re-finish your table. All right, everyone, drink up! Now, while we give that a moment to settle, I want to address Inonu's mistake. When do we add ITEM2 to a VERB1ed materiel? When creating Melendev's Impervious Anesthetic! We don't really cover it until the advanced class, but it is the only time ITEM2 should ever be added to a VERB1ed materiel. And even then the ITEM2 is VERB2 in ITEM4 before being added to the ITEM5. Now pair up with your partners to test your work, and remember we are looking to wound, not maim.


~ Notes from Brewmaster Adem Koralton's class at the University of Khaldun, specificities removed to protect the sanctity of the professor's recipe.