Phial of hotness

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phial of hotness
phial of hotness

This vial contains the concentrated quintessence (it's like the essence, only there's five of them!) of hotness. The vial itself is nearly too hot to handle, so you should refrain from letting it light your candle, Mama.

Type: potion
Effect: Hotform (5 Adventures)Hot, Hot, Hot!
Cannot be discarded

(In-game plural: phials of hotness)
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Item number: 6556
Description ID: 958585577
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Recipe

Potion9.gif hot cluster scrumdiddlyumptious solution
Equals.gif phial of hotness

When Used

  • If you don't already have a different elemental form:
Hotvial.gif
You drink the contents of the phial and are instantly bathed in flames. If that annoying announcer from NBA Jam was here, he'd yell "You're on fire!" at this point.
Flame.gifYou acquire an effect: Hotform
(duration: 5-15 Adventures)
  • If you already have a different elemental form:
Hotvial.gif
You can't drink that -- you're already in the form of a different element.

Notes

  • Saucerors will still only make one of these when they cook it up, instead of the 3 they usually get for reagent potions.

History

References

  • The parenthetical reference to "quintessence" refers to the etymology of the word, which comes from the Latin for "fifth essence". The real meaning of quintessence is the most important or perfect part of something.
  • The second line is a lyrical reference to the Otis Redding song "Hard to Handle", famously redone in the 1980s by the Black Crowes.
  • The video game NBA Jam had basketball players literally igniting when performing special moves, accompanied by an announcer remarking "You're on fire!", as noted in the consume text.

Collection

TOP 10 phial of hotness collections
1. Kindle - 40 | 2. HobNobber - 23 | 3. blik - 6 | 4. DuRhone - 5 | 5. Mistress of the Obvious - 4
6. Lord Stefano - 3 | 7. Nanimonai3 - 2 | 8. Mc7Man - 1 | 9. Yatsufusa - 1 | 10. Jaylee - 1
Collection data courtesy of ePeterso2 and Jicken Wings