Potion of fruit juice
|Will not be used by monsters.
Fruit juice can also be created from other potions through the following methods:
- Dipping an amethyst into a potion of booze.
- Dipping a unicorn horn into a potion of sickness.
- Cancelling a potion of sickness or see invisible.
The potion of fruit juice is one of the potions that can be generated by a horn of plenty.
Potions of fruit juice offer minimal nutrition per unit of weight compared to other comestibles while having the same weight as a food ration; most players will be fine diluting known fruit juice into water, simply drinking them immediately, or else using them for polypiling. In a game where the smoky potion is fruit juice, players may consider going for wishes by collecting potions of sickness, booze, or see invisible to turn into fruit juice.
- Fruit juice is the only one of the pair sold in a delicatessen; delicatessens will also only buy fruit juice, allowing you to narrow down their appearance if you drop either potion on any of the shop's squares.
- Dipping a unicorn horn into a potion of sickness turns it into fruit juice.
- Fruit juice is unaffected by cancellation.
- If you have become hungry within the last few turns and that status disappears upon quaffing a potion that gives these messages, it was fruit juice.
- Fruit juice can be generated by a horn of plenty.
- Dipping an amethyst into a potion of booze turns it into fruit juice; however, this typically requires you to have identified the gem first.
These messages use whatever the user-specified name for the fruit is, which is "slime mold" by default.
- This tastes like <slime mold> juice.
- The potion was blessed or uncursed.
- Yecch! This tastes rotten.
- The potion was cursed.
- This tastes like reconstituted <slime mold> juice.
- The potion was diluted.
- This tastes like 10% real <slime mold> juice all-natural beverage.
- You quaffed the potion while hallucinating.
- This tastes like 10% real reconstituted <slime mold> juice all-natural beverage.
- As above, and the potion was diluted.