Food and Drink[]

Food is an item can be eaten by a player character, and drink is something that can be drank. They are available as a reward for slaying enemies, or from food vendors in various locations.

Types of Food and Drink[]

In cities, towns and villages, food vendors sell a variety of food and drink. Supply may vary as per region. Food and drink essentially cast a beneficial spell (called a "Friendly Personal Spell") which have the following effects:

Food buff

Hearty Meal Spell

Drink buff

Refresh Strength Spell

The higher the level of the food or drink, the more beneficial the effects.

Vendor Food and Drink[]

Some of the victuals available from Common Food Vendors include:

  • Almond Cakes
  • Amberwine
  • Baked Perch
  • Bananacake
  • Boiled Eggs
  • Boiled Pulped Yams
  • Butter-Roast Turnips
  • Candied Figs
  • Carrot Cake
  • Clouded Spiced Whorlsup
  • Cow Milk (drink)
  • Crow-Foot Pie
  • Cynosural Ale (Drink)
  • Diviners Grace (Drink)
  • Dried Apricots
  • Eel Pie
  • Faywater (Drink)
  • Four-Winter Soup
  • Fried Beans
  • Grilled Salmon
  • Herbed Cheese
  • Leg of Fena
  • Mintwater (Drink)
  • Mouldered Mindbloom (Drink)
  • Mixed Berries
  • Mulched Millet
  • Oil of Acuity (Drink)
  • Old Oracular (Drink)
  • Pan Fried Grubs
  • Parsley Bitterbrew
  • Raw Beets
  • Red Devilled Dates (Drink)
  • Red Grapefruit (Drink)
  • Roast Chicken
  • Roasted Ears and Snout
  • Sagewine (Drink)
  • Seasoned Chitterlings
  • Skewered Snake Surprise
  • Spiced Olives (Drink)
  • Spitted Heart
  • Stale Musewater (Drink)
  • Sugared Plums
  • Sullied Ale of Auspice (Drink)
  • Sun-ripe Avocado
  • Tinmcture of Insight (Drink)
  • Vatic Rum (Drink)
  • Weirdwater (Drink)

Developer Notes[]

There are some notes as to what the developers were thinking when they talked about implementing food in the game.