A popular export from the Forest of Oils—a field of massive oil bubbles on the Elemental Plane of Water—aquemir is a transparent substance extracted from the skins of autonomous oil orbs and refined into a useful alchemical reagent. As a standard action, aquemir can be mixed with an alchemical remedy, extract, or potion to delay the start of its effects by 2 minutes when it is imbibed. Administering a potion or extract that's properly infused with aquemir requires 1 dose of aquemir per spell level to function in this way, whereas an alchemical remedy only requires 1 dose. If not enough aquemir is mixed with a potion or extract, the potion or extract's effects are not delayed at all. A creature can internally store only one substance that uses aquemir; further attempts waste all imbibed substances (and immediately render inert all potions, extracts, alchemical remedies, and so on) and cause the creature to become nauseated for 1d4 rounds. Crafting this item requires a successful DC 30 Craft (alchemy) check.
- Elemental Master's Handbook
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