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The Potion


The Potion of Return is a potion that teleports the player back to their spawn point, similar to the Recall Potion, and additionally creates a portal exit at the location where the potion was consumed. A portal entrance will be created at the spawn point, which can be used to teleport back to where the player consumed the potion. The portal can only be used once and will disappear afterwards. In addition to being crafted, the Potion of Return can be found in Shadow Chests and Pots in the Underworld.




The Potion



Drinking a potion while already under the effects of the same potion does not add onto the effect's duration, but simply resets it. A potion effect does not "downgrade" if a lower level is activated. For example, if a player has Regeneration II, drinking a regular potion of Regeneration does not have any effect.


Enhancing most potions trades some of its duration for a bigger effect. For example, the base Regeneration works for 44 seconds whereas Regeneration II lasts for only 22 seconds but heals more per tick during that time.


The usual result of corruption is to invert the potion's effect (for example Swiftness becomes Slowness). Interestingly, corrupting Poison (continuous damage effect) creates a Potion of Harming, an instant damage effect, instead of the continuous healing effect (regeneration) one would normally expect. Corrupting a Potion of Night Vision turns it into a Potion of Invisibility rather than an inverse effect that might be something like blindness.


Corrupting an extended or enhanced potion results in a corrupted potion with the same modifier, if it is supported by the corrupted effect. All of the "corrupted" potions except Harming can be extended, but it is the only one that can be enhanced. In Bedrock Edition, the corruption of Healing II or Poison II potions results in a potion of Harming I.


It can be obtained using the following command: /give @s minecraft:potionPotion:"minecraft:empty". It is also obtained any time a potion has invalid or missing potion effect tags, and thus serves as a placeholder.


In Bedrock and Legacy Console editions potion bottles may be used on a cauldron to fill it. Using a glass bottle on a cauldron filled with a potion drains it and fills the bottle. Potions cannot be combined in a cauldron, nor can they be mixed with water, but as an added bonus if you use a stack of arrows in a full cauldron you get a stack of tipped arrows. for 1 layer you get 16, 2 layers 32.


In Java Edition, potions can also be obtained with any status effect using /give and the tag CustomPotionEffects, which is an array of effects for the potion. See Item format#Potion Effects for more information, and status effect for a list of effects and IDs.


Bedrock Edition has unused potion textures for several effects, along with their splash variants. These effects are: Absorption, Blindness, Haste, Health Boost, Hunger, Mining Fatigue, Nausea, Resistance, Saturation, and Levitation, as well as the Luck potion textures also present in Java Edition. These unused textures were added along with the other potion textures in Pocket Edition v0.12.1 alpha, except for the potion of levitation, which was added in Pocket Edition 1.0.0. The textures were changed along with the other potion textures during the texture update in Bedrock Edition 1.10.0. Strangely, the potion of levitation texture is a duplicate of the splash potion of levitation texture.


Dumbledore is dead, and his plans seem to be falling apart before Severus' eyes. Harry Potter and his friends are no closer to finding and destroying the Horcruxes, and Voldemort's hold over the wizarding world is growing. Severus Snape desperately creates a potion that can send him back five years into the past. Hopefully, with more time, he can find the Horcruxes, find a way to save Harry from the Horcrux inside him and maybe even save some of his other students along the way.


Severus Snape stared down at the potion bubbling in the cauldron; it was finally done after years of research and months of effort. The colour and consistency matched projections, and unlike previous trials, the cauldron seemed to hold a working potion. If it did what was intended, this cauldron held the greatest chance of winning the war. If it did not, well, then he would probably die.


Not only had no one died during his tenure as a professor, but no one had lost so much as a finger in his class. He was one of the greatest potion masters in the world, and he did not doubt that with enough time, he could find a way to save Harry. To do it subtly, in such a way that neither the Dark Lord nor Albus Dumbledore noticed, now that would be a true challenge.


Standing abruptly, Severus Snape came to a decision. He crossed the room and began to ladle out the potion. The world was falling apart under two chess masters, and it was time to give the world a second chance, this time with a potion master at its helm.


Finster creates Miss Chief and equips the monster with a love potion gun, he accidentally tells Rito Revolto that the same potion was used previously by Rita to bewitch Lord Zedd causing him to fall in love with her.


Rito Revolto contradicts Finster and tests the love potion on Miss Chief, making her automatically fall in love with him and obey all his orders. Rito sends the invisible monster to the school where she begins to use the potion of love indiscriminately on everyone she meets along the way. First, Miss Chief bewitches Kimberly, causing her to fall madly in love with Skull, then she bewitches Lt. Stone and Mr. Caplan who both fall in love with Ms. Appleby, and finally bewitches Bulk by making him fall in love with Aisha. The unusual behavior of Kimberly and several people at school causes the Rangers' to be suspicious.


In the Command Center, Zordon scans Kimberly and discovers the influence of Miss Chief's love spell on her and warns the other Power Rangers about the dangers of the spell, as it reduces the common sense of individuals leaving them vulnerable to attack. Rito Revolto reveals to Goldar about the love potion used by Rita to bewitch Lord Zedd, and he concludes that the potion was responsible for forcing the marriage between the two, believing that Zedd never truly loved Rita but rather is influenced by the spell.


Goldar demands that Finster create an antidote that is capable of removing the effects of the love potion, and sends it while invisible to Earth to test it on the bewitched humans. Finster creates the antidote and disrupts the activities of Miss Chief at the school using the antidote on all those who have been affected by the love spell. The love potion is used one last time by Miss Chief on Rita Repulsa, making her fall in love with Goldar, but soon Finster breaks the spell for the relief of Goldar himself.


In the palace, Goldar tells Finster to use the antidote to remove the love potion on Lord Zedd in hopes of overriding Rita's former spell and returning things as they once were, but to his frustration Lord Zedd had truly fallen in love with Rita Repulsa regardless of the love potion.


This essay treats Freud's "Observations on Transference-Love," written a hundred years ago, as the quintessential psychoanalytic document, defining the clinical setup, charting its dangers, and providing ethical precepts for guiding treatment. Above all, in the context of those ethical questions, Freud's paper confronts the immense power and necessary strangeness of the transference-that form of love, or erotic bond, that fuels the healing process. The "potion"-an artificial yet powerfully real attachment-is the agent of a temporary induced blindness that gives access to a region otherwise inaccessible. A dream is presented to demonstrate that process. Freud, in describing this incendiary arrangement, likens it to a fire in a theater. The fire, the author proposes, is in the script.


The Potion Medal enhances the effects of all Potions that are used while it is being carried in the Adventure Pouch. It extends the life of limited-time potions like the Stamina Potion, but has no effects on instant use potions like the Heart Potion. The Potion Medal takes up a slot in your Adventure Pouch.


Alice Liddell found a couple of bottles of potion (Flavors: cherry tart, custard, pineapple, roast turkey, toffee and hot buttered toast) in Wonderland, with a label marked "Drink Me" tied around their necks. She first found one in a hallway of doors, and drank from it to help her get through a tiny door leading to the Queen of Hearts's garden.


Soon after Alice returned to Wonderland via the Vale of Tears, she took a quick bathe in small lake of the potion. At first, Alice was anxious to reach such small sizes, but the Cheshire Cat reassured her that she can shrink to see things that were nearly invisible to her in her human size.[5]


This small bottle is a single-use drink that can help your sims fend off grim for a little longer. However, did you know that the potion has changed several times over the years? Here are some interesting facts about the history of the Potion of Youth and its place in The Sims franchise.


The Potion of Youth has had several names over the years. In The Sims 2, it was known as the Elixir of Life and in The Sims 3, it was called the Young Again Potion. The Sims 3 also had an Age Freeze potion as a lifetime reward, which rendered the sim ageless.


For the purposes of this article, the Potion of Youth is identified by the criteria of being a potion that a sim can acquire to reset or rewind their age in some way. However, the way your sims age has changed has been different with each variation.


The Elixir of Life in The Sims 2 extended a sims life by three days and could be used five times. In The Sims 3 Generations, the Young Again potion took your sim back to day one of young adulthood, while the Age Freeze potion stopped them aging. Finally, the Potion of Youth in The Sims 4 resets your current life stage.


All the potions can be purchased but not all the costs are equal, meaning immortality hasn't always been easy. The Sims 4's Potion of Youth costs just 1,500 aspiration points but the first potion of its type, the Elixir of Life, cost a whopping 30,580 aspiration points. 041b061a72


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