Friday, February 03, 2012

Are healing potions addictive

You know what they say about too much of a good thing! Don't you? I don't. But in reading about the use of morphine during the civil war and the creation of 500,000 morphine addled drug addicts pandering from one end of America to the next.

So, the liberal use of the ever flowing , ocean plentiful, inexhaustable supply of cheap body fixing drugs found in The Game, might lead to a whole slew of addicts, craving their next fix.

But then, maybe a drug so powerful that it's ingestion immediately physically alters the body has no addictive qualities.

Maybe?

1 comment:

Kevin said...

You presume the potion tastes reasonable and the healing qualities don't cause anguish and pain as the flesh and bones restructure themselves back to their original (pre-damaged) states.

Of course even were the effects so debilitating as to make drinking a healing potion the last viable solution, someone will always find a way to become addicted to it.