Item:Preservative potion

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preservative potion
Look: You see nothing unusual.
Weight: 2 stones
Uses: 1
Appraised Cost: 625 Kronars
500 Lirums
451 Dokoras
0.625 LTBpoints
0.625 Tickets
0.625 Scrips
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Orielda's Blossoms, Erianthe's Flowers

This item will preserve any of the pickable flowers from around Elanthia, preventing them from a natural decay.

Use

POUR POTION on flower

example: POUR POTION on ROSE

Variations

  • There are multiple variations of this item sold at commonly found shops. Both the flower preservative potion and the preservative potion have the same properties as above, as well as the same method of use.
  • These potions have the same end results to preserved items as the Ranger-only ability Beseech the Wind to Preserve.
  • A special version of the flower preservative potion, which will retain the picked SMELL of a flower, can be purchased from festival merchants, such as Tildi's Faire Flowers.
  • Note that the item flower preservative potion can be the Erianthe's Flowers version from Aesry or the Tildi's Faire Flowers version. Check the APPRAISE value to determine the variation; the festival version will be 1,250 kronar, the store bought will be 625 kronar.

Smell

Once a potion has been applied to a flower, it will also remove the current SMELL the item has and will present a new scent.

If the flower was not designed with a preserved smell, you will get the default SMELL of:

  • You sniff at the <flower>.

In many cases though, a preserved flower will have a 2nd scent. For example, the Smaragdaus' Glee rose found in the Raven's Court gardens in Crossing has a fresh-picked smell of:

  • You sniff at a Smaragdaus' Glee rose and inhale a sweet, spicy fragrance.

Once you apply a potion, the smell then becomes:

  • You sniff at the Glee rose which has a lovely, subtle fragrance
note: You will also note that the flower name was truncated, in addition to the change in scent. The <flower> name will also change based on the decay state of the flower.