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10 Drugs and Tobbaco descriptions & effects

Drug: Distilled Iron Toxin
The Vial has a triangular shape and the glass is citron, it has vertical ribbing texture. The liquid in the vial is opaque ebony, it taste like fresh apples, and it has a musty smell.
Addiction Rating: High
Drug Delivery Inhaled
Satiation: 2 days     Damage: 1d6 Dex/Wis, 1d2 Con
Initial Effect: User is panicked for 1d4+1 rounds and can only take partial actions for 1d6 minutes after that.
Secondary Effect: 1d4+1 enhancement bonus to Charisma for 1d10+15 minutes
Side Effects: None
Overdose: If more than one dose is taken in a 8-hour period, the user immediately takes 1 point of temporary Dexterity damage.
Save: Fortitude (DC 14)
Cost: 840 gp
CR: 7

Tobacco: Cool Guard
Effects: None.
Side Effects: Headache.
Cost: 4 sp

Tobacco: Ranger’s Coca
Effects: None.
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Harsh Raven, Illithid Toxin & Fuchsia Laspar Root

Tobacco: Harsh raven
Effects: Calming and +1 to Balance for 10 minutes.
Side Effects: -1 to Concentration for 1 hour.
Cost: 12 sp

Drug: Illithid Toxin
The Vial has a cylinder shape and the glass is black, it has bumps texture. The liquid in the vial is light black, it has a smokey taste, and it has a pungent smell.
Addiction Rating: Medium
Drug Delivery Inhaled
Satiation: 5 days     Damage: 1d4 Dex, 1d4 Wis
Initial Effect: None
Secondary Effect: 1 point of temporary Intelligence damage
Side Effects: Those under the effect of this drug take a -4 circumstance penalty on saving throws involving illusions for 2d4 hours after using this mild hallucinogen.
Overdose: If more than one dose is taken in a 4-hour period, the user becomes catatonic (Fort DC 15 negates).
Save: Fortitude (DC 13)
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3 more abuseable substances

Tobacco: Benmur’s Sneaky
Effects: None.
Side Effects: None.
Cost: 5 sp

Tobacco: Best bat
Effects: None.
Side Effects: -1 to Balance for 1 hour and Headache.
Cost: 1 sp

Drug: Distilled Halfblooded Yuan-tirot
The Vial has a hawk shape and the glass is cornflower blue, it has horizontal ribbing texture. The liquid in the vial is light burgundy, it has no taste, and it has a musty smell.
Addiction Rating: Negligible
Drug Delivery Inhaled
Satiation: 1 day     Damage: 1d3-2 Dex (minimum 0)
Initial Effect: 1d4 points of temporary Constitution damage
Secondary Effect: The user becomes numbed to pain for 1d4 hours, immune to pain-induced penalties (such as from a symbol of pain).
Side Effects: A creature under the effect of this drug is easily confused and acts skittish (treat as shaken).
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3 abusable substances

Drug: Distilled Powder
The Vial has a triangular shape , it has vertical ribbing texture. The powder in the vial is opalescent ivory, it taste like sweet carrots, and it has a dusty smell.
Addiction Rating: Medium
Drug Delivery Ingestion
Satiation: 5 days     Damage: 1d4 Dex, 1d4 Wis
Initial Effect: +2 alchemical bonus to Wisdom and Strength for 1 hour.
Secondary Effect: 2 point of temporary Strength damage
Side Effects: This causes euphoria. While the drug is in effect, the user takes a -2 penalty on all initiative checks.
Overdose: If more than one dose is taken in a 12-hour period, the user takes 2d6 points of damage. Using it four or more times in a 24-hour period deals 4d6 points of damage and paralyzes the user for 2d4 hours.
Save: Fortitude (DC 10)
Cost: 295 gp
CR: 2

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20 Sci-Fi sounding Drug names

In most games set in the modern world, or the those set in the future, drugs exist. Sometimes though you have a awesome drug designed for a adventure, but the name stumps you. Well worry not for here are 20 for your use, plus a few questions to help flesh out your drug if needed

  • What , if any, positive effects does the drug have?
  • What are the negative effects?
  • How addictive is it?
  • What are the main ingredients? Are they legal on their own?
  • What effect does it have on non-humans
  • Does the drug go by any other name?
  • How is it sold?
  • How is it taken/used?
  1. Colnipro
  2. Dimenhydrozinepenkin
  3. Piperotiricane
  4. Tamizolcamsule
  5. Elacripenkin
  6. Tazteserabine
  7. Sertucirevimex
  8. Silmanfosoracetam
  9. Atribactam
  10. Madurameningysoldiamide
  11. Mozinetami
  12. Rotizolcol
  13. Relixda
  14. Amincal
  15. Metaantimonam
  16. Albuaminciclib
  17. Xanoxbec
  18. Pizo...
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