marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

D&D disease

A Gamelit world with Cure Disease spells --

Would it work on scurvy, or would you have to resort to a Create Food spell and feed the victim up?

How about a congenital disease? A chronic condition?

I think that those would require heavier duty Cure Disease spells, except the scurvy, which would indeed require Create Food -- or just plain food.  May even require Create -- err -- Required Food, which is a heavier duty version.

Decisions, decisions. And all because I decided to give one character a congenital disease that led to people making a mistake about him, and his current life. It probably even did him good.
Tags: role-playing games, world-building: food, world-building: magic (technique)

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