Talk:Reagent dish

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"As a response to this, the chow mein dishes were created that were even better than reagent dishes however being a bit more complex to create."

Hell Ramen for instance boosts all three stats while only requiring one more fullness. This seems to be an issue where they are "usually better" but maybe not absolutely better.

Umm... the adventure gains on the reagent foods are faaaar from correct. I also can't remember EVER getting 31 on a chow O.o --Aprocalypse 19:03, 27 January 2006 (Central Standard Time)

"A reagent dish is a relatively simple food ..." Wait, what? It requires two skills from two different classes and two cooking steps. How is that relatively simple? Prior to ascension (and now in Bad Moon), one player couldn't (can't) make it alone. (And thus in BM, it is completely unavailable.) --Club (#66669) (Talk) 16:15, 10 June 2008 (CDT)

Well, that's basically just fluff text to give the article some...fluff. They also require much fewer cooking actions than chow and lo meins, which is your standard alternative to reagent pasta in most ascensions. Also, regeant pastas are available to all classes in BM, as well as to any player regardless of skill set and resources, through scrolls of pasta summoning. --Flargen 16:23, 10 June 2008 (CDT)
Maybe I'm missing something, since I have not done a BM run, but the only current drop for the scroll of pasta summoning is clover based, right? Aren't clovers unavailable during BM runs? --Club (#66669) (Talk) 17:09, 10 June 2008 (CDT)
No, a scroll of pasta summoning can be obtained at Sonofa Beach without a clover. ДҖ--Finalheaven63talk 18:29, 10 June 2008 (CDT)