Blood of Life

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Blood of Life
Un-ID'ed name bloody phial
Type Potion
Power source Nature
Requirement -
Rarity Level range Cost Tier
350 1-50 1000 -
Combat statistics
Base Power Uses Stat Damage Type APR Critical Armor Defense Fatigue
- - - - - - - -
Modifiers
Damage On Hit Changes Damage Damage Conversion Damage When Wearer Hit
- - - -
Movement Speed Maximum Encumbrance Maximum Life Healing Mod
- - - -
Changes Resistances Changes Resistances Penetration
- -
Changes Immunities -
Changes Stats -
Abilities Can be quaffed for an extra life.
Description This vial of blood was drawn from an ancient race in the Age of Haze. Some of the power and vitality of those early days of the world still flows through it. "Drink me, mortal," the red liquid seems to whisper in your thoughts. "I will bring you light beyond darkness. Those who taste my essence fear not the death of flesh. Drink me, mortal, if you value your life...

If you are not undead, quaffing the Blood of Life will allow you to resurrect once, if and when you die; "Resurrect with the Blood of Life" will appear as an option on the death dialog. If you are undead at the time of quaffing, the Blood of Life will have no effect, and if you are undead at the time of death, you will not have the option to use it to resurrect. Turning into a lich after quaffing the Blood of Life will nullify it entirely (and give a message about your body rejecting it) even if you somehow become living again later, but becoming temporarily undead via other means (such as a belt of unlife) is fine, so long as you are not undead(via a belt or any other means) when you quaff and are not undead when you die.

Infinite Dungeon players: You cannot store multiple Blood of Life lives. Quaffing a second Blood of Life when you already have one in your system will give the usual message but have no effect. You must use up the first life before you can benefit from drinking another one.