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dcss:brainstorm:item:food [2015-03-05 04:59]
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-==== Salt ====+==== Salt (by Ferociousdragon) ==== 
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 +Sometimes, you should be able to find salt piles on the floor. White salt would always be generic salt, as well as the most common. This salt would be applied to fresh food to greatly increase its longetivity. Colored salts, however, could cause mysterious effects when applied to food, such as immediately spoiling it, poisoning it, making it mutinagenic, or cause it to come to life (angering the good gods and Fedhas if done deliberately). Additional effects could include causing it to become magical, causing it to become anti-magical, or best of all, causihng it to ignite and cause damage until it quickly becomes ash or is thrown out. Imagine killing monsters with a piece of their comrades flesh! Perhaps it can also become a weapon of food (like a hip ax) that is strong in the early game, but soon rots into unusability. Or maybe it can just change the meat's color. Maybe demons can be a source of salt for Zin worshippers in the late game as recite tends to turn them into salt pillars. Any way, being able to make food last longer or give it useful properties with good salts, as well as having to watch out for bad salts, is a pretty interesting way to expand on food in DCSS.   
  
-Sometimes, you should be able to find salt piles on the floor. White salt would always be generic salt, as well as the most common. This salt would be applied to fresh food to greatly increase its longetivity. Colored salts, however, could cause mysterious effects when applied to food, such as immediately spoiling it, poisoning it, making it mutinagenic, or cause it to come to life (angering the good gods and Fedhas if done deliberately). Additional effects could include causing it to become magical, causing it to become anti-magical, or best of all, causing it to ignite and cause damage until it quickly becomes ash or is thrown out. Imagine killing monsters with a piece of their comrades flesh! Perhaps it can also become a weapon of food (like a hip ax) that is strong in the early game, but soon rots into unusability. Or maybe it can just change the meat's color. Maybe demons can be a source of salt for Zin worshippers in the late game as recite tends to turn them into salt pillars. Any way, being able to make food last longer or give it useful properties with good salts, as well as having to watch out for bad salts, is a pretty interesting way to expand on food in DCSS.  --- //[[user:Ferociousdragon]] 2015-03-04 07:59// 
  
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