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The DMG lists potions (which are a type of magic item) with the other magic items; the potions are described on pages 187-188. The Systems Reference Document also describes potions, on pages 237-238.


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In both cases, the increase in strength is applied to the creature's strength score. If they did it before: You retain the benefit of any features from your class, race, or other source and can use them if the new form is physically capable of doing so. (PHB p.67) If they did it afterwards, the potion affects the creature normally and as above, ...


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Maybe The way the rules interact is ambiguous, and depends on how one looks at the rules for potionmaking and universal potions. "Yes" Interpretation: "Universal potions are potions" Universal potions are, in their class feature, defined as "a potion." Brew Potion can be used to make all items in the subset of "potions," so it would work fine with ...



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