Advanced: Potions

Potions can be used to alter your creature's appearance in some way. These potions do not have any effect on stats, and they are strictly for aesthetic purposes. You'll notice, looking down this list, that some items look the same. Usually, you will be told what these are, but if you are a new trainer in a hunt, you may be forced to hunt for knowledge about them. Also, sometimes you will find one of these items with a pre-assigned color or characteristic. In that case, the items will hold a different-colored potion. All prices below are in quox.

Item Picture Description Price
Colors and Markings
Eye Color Addition One color will be added by blending to your creature's eyes, from either top or bottom (you choose). 5
Marking Addition One specific marking will be added to your creature in the color of your choice (ex. white sock on front left leg). 5
Color Addition One color will be added to your creature by soft shading, either above or below (you choose). 10
Eye Color Change You may change your creature's eye color. 10
Pattern Addition One simple pattern will be added to your creature, in color of your choice (i.e. spots, patches, stripes, points, etc.). For more than one color, you will have to purchase more than one Pattern Addition. 15
Color Reset Your creature will be completely reset to one solid color. 20
Physical Additions
Ear Mutation The style/size of your creature's ears can be changed. 10
Tail Mutation The style of your creature's tail can be changed, but NOT to add armor or weaponry (ex. lion's tail, fluffy tail, longer tail, etc.) 10
Hair Mutation One section of hair (i.e. a neck mane, a tail tuft, tufts on feet, etc.) will be added to your creature, in color and length of your choice. For more than one color, you will have to purchase more than one Hair Mutation. 15
Coat Mutation The length/style of your creature's general coat can be changed. This is not the same as a Thick Coat armor, and it does not change your creature's stats. 20

So now you know how to alter your Eorlan's apperance. Now, what about some battle-related items, such as armor?

Page last updated: May 19, 2004