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    Glassblowing

    Could glassblowing be added as a skill? Perhaps under toolmaking or blacksmithing? If magic sand drop rate were increased, or made a ground spawn item, glassblowing could be used to make empty bottles, flasks and beakers for magic casting, beakers for fletching, goblets, and possibly even wands and weapons for imbuing, among other uses.

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    Ohh that is a cool idea, I like it.

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    Glassblowing was a skill that was planned long ago, but I didn't find a way to make it interesting enough, so it's been mothballed. But I do like the notion of crafting combat beakers and flasks! Could be the way to go here.

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    ...You could have colored glass be required for higher level alchemy/alcohol?

    You could also have some kinds of gems be swappable for appropriate colored glass in some situations.

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    Use green glass pebbles to help color glass for brewing bottles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dibbuk View Post
    Use green glass pebbles to help color glass for brewing bottles.
    Different colored bottles have been traditionally used to associate to different flavors and levels of refinement. Different color of light do have impact on chemical reactions, although not to that degree iRL, it is something which would be appropriately fantastic ^-^

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    I'm all for a use of my stockpile of green glass.



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