Well, the Old Man probably has some rope in his house. It’s not far away, so we should at least check.
(If Strider were to rap and thus be “spitting wicked fires” as some people call it could we use said fires to cook food, otherwise I could make an ability for that when I hit level 3)
I don't really think idioms in this game are taken literally.
David: Yeah. I agree.
The trio goes back to the Old Man's house. It seems he's not in there.
Strider: There's a bunch of stuff in here. We might be able to take the rope if he's got some.
Where will you look?
Desk: There's a diary on this desk. Maybe it might have some info.
Barrels/Crates: There might be some valuable items inside these.
Campfire: There's a cooking pot sitting just above the campfire. You could use it to make some dishes.
David decides to make some food using the cooking pot.
When cooking food, you can end up getting all sorts of dishes that might help you out. Some are only used in battle, such as stat-buffing dishes. There are also dishes only used in the field, such as stealth-increasing meals. In general, all dishes restore HP. Take the following into account when you cook meals.
You can use up to five ingredients.
When you use an ingredient, the HP restore increases equivalent to double the ingredient's HP recovery.
To give an extra effect to a meal, you can use a certain type of ingredient. There are all sorts of ingredients that give certain effects.
An effect's duration is controlled by the ingredients you put in. Depending on what you use, you can make a meal that lasts for several posts.
Potency is controlled by a point system, and you need four points in order to increase a meal's level.
There is a 1/8 chance to gain a Lucky Dish, which is marked by a ★. It enhances the dish and gives one of five effects:
+Extra 12 HP restored (33%)
+Extra 13% SP restored (33%)
+5 extra posts' worth of duration (If there's an effect) (15%)
+1 effect potency tier (If there's an effect) (14%)
Full HP restore and +4 Absorption HP (5%)
You can also make elixirs, which are more potent than meals, but you must use at least one monster part and at least one critter, which you can gain from winning Critter Battles. (More on that later.) Elixir creation is basically done the same way as making meals.
David throws together 2 Apples and 1 Mushroom. He gets...
Fruit and Mushroom Mix: A tasty meal made by mixing fruits and mushrooms together and cooking to taste. Heals 12 HP.
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