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This tag is for questions primarily about food and drink in-game in the context of RPGs. Creating, finding, paying for, requirements of, and the effects of food and drink in-game should all use this tag. Questions about magic potions should use the [potions] tag instead. (Questions about real-world food and drink are off-topic for this tag.)

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Magically Created Food Satisfies Hunger While it might make the creatures who ate it nervous, even when uneaten magically created food disappears, if a creature's consumed the magically-created food t …
answered Apr 2 '14 by Hey I Can Chan
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This GM assumes that when a creature actually finishes eating an entire object, the consumer's dealt to that object enough damage to destroy that object. By extension, this GM would rule that a consum …
answered Nov 23 '18 by Hey I Can Chan
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The PCs are testing the rumor—so make a choice! Your campaign is a custom one, so while purify food and drink maybe should apply only to food and drink that's consumable by a creature of the race cas …
answered Feb 5 '16 by Hey I Can Chan
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If the results are to be sold later, create food from raw materials using the Craft skill; if the results are to be eaten now, prepare a meal using the Profession skill It's up to the GM to draw the …
answered Dec 29 '16 by Hey I Can Chan
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To my knowledge there are no general rules for unusually sized gear. For that gear needing such information, my tendency is to take normal items and extrapolate their new weights and costs using the t …
answered Mar 29 '17 by Hey I Can Chan