The Azure Triskele
Transfusion is the wildly unstable art of mixing two consumable compounds together, such as a character who tries to pour poison into a healing tincture, mix two alchemist fires together. This is an incredibly difficult procedure and can have volatile effects if done poorly.
When two consumables are mixed together, the character makes a Tools proficiency check relative to each item in the transfusion. Use the lowest result to determine what occurs on the Transfusion Table (below). If a character is mixing two items of the same type (e.g. two alchemical items or two herbalism items) they only need make a single tool proficiency check.
A GM may decide that transfusion has a curious, yet beneficial, side effect of their choosing.
|1 or less||The transfusion explodes terribly, dealing 3d10 Force damage in a single-pace (5 ft) radius, and 1d10 Force damage in a Close (30 ft) radius. A DC 20 Constitution Save halves this damage.|
|2||The mixture works to the opposite effect as intended|
|3-4||Both consumables lose their effect|
|5-6||Concoction becomes an Alchemical Ooze|
|7-10||One consumable loses its effect|
|11-14||Both consumables function, but with all numerical effects and duration halved (If it cannot be halved, a consumable has a 50% failure chance)|
|15||Consumables function as an Alchemical Wild Surge with the effects of both the consumables as the “original spell.”|
|16-18||Both consumables work separately and normally|
|19-21||Both consumables work separately and normally, but any random factors of one of the consumables are maximized.|
|22-24||Both consumables work separately and normally, but any random factors of either consumable are maximized.|
|25-27||Both consumables work separately and normally, but one of the consumables repeats its effects at the end of its duration.|
|28-29||Both consumables work separately and normally, but one of the consumables, despite functioning normally, is not consumed in this instance.|
|30||Both consumables work separately and normally, but the concoction can be activated as a Free Action|
|31||Only one of the consumables functions, but its effect is permanent (The simplest or most interesting effect is the one to be made permanent, until dispelled)|