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Unctuous Unction, Gregory's potion

The name of this potion is clever.
"unction" Eng. an ointment, derived from a Latin term meaning "to anoint with oil"
"unctuous" is derived figuratively from "unction" and refers to being flattering and friendly in an oily, slimy sort of way.

ingredients: unknown

Effect: persuades the drinker that the giver is his/her very best friend


unicorn parts potion ingredient - creature


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