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Gaspard Shingleton | Inventor ([info]stirring) wrote,
@ 2011-09-05 18:08:00

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Current mood:hopeful

Since most enchantments have been proven lackluster or disastrous, I've been experimenting with priming newly fashioned cauldrons with various potions and the results have been... equally disastrous, but I do wonder if anyone has ever thought to prime their cauldron with an enchantment, potion, and an Everlasting ward? I have and well, it hasn't worked thus far, but patronage at the shop has picked up and I can afford the extra cauldrons.

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2011-09-05 08:52 pm UTC (link)
I'm quite sure I only understood about 5% of this post.

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2011-09-05 09:19 pm UTC (link)
Since you are so knowledgeable about cauldrons, do you have a material/thickness recommendation for potions based on---say, dragon's milk? I am a bit rubbish with potions and most brewing attempts using that have ended in---disaster is almost too kind a word to use.

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