Elixir of Corruption looks, smells, and tastes like a potion of heroism; however, it is actually a poisonous elixir masked by illusion magic. An identify spell reveals its true nature. If you drink it, you must succeed on a DC 15 Constitution saving throw or be corrupted by the diabolical power within the elixir for 1 week. While corrupted, you lose immunity to diseases, poison damage, and the poisoned condition. If you aren’t normally immune to poison damage, you instead have vulnerability to poison damage while corrupted. The corruption can be removed with greater restoration or similar magic.
Elixir of Deep Slumber is a milky-white liquid in this vial smells of jasmine and sandalwood. When you drink this potion, you fall into a deep sleep, from which you can’t be physically awakened, for 1 hour. A successful dispel magic (DC 13) cast on you awakens you but cancels any beneficial effects of the elixir. When you awaken at the end of the hour, you benefit from the sleep as if you had finished a long rest.
Elixir of Focus is a deep amber concoction seems to glow with an inner light. When you drink this potion, you have advantage on the next ability check you make within 10 minutes, then the elixir’s effect ends.
Elixir of Mimicry is a sweet, oily, black liquid, you can imitate the voice of a single creature that you have heard speak within the past 24 hours. The effects last for 3 minutes.
Elixir of Oracular Delirium is a pearlescent fluid that perpetually swirls inside its container with a slow kaleidoscopic churn. When you drink this potion, you can cast the guidance spell for 1 hour at will. You can end this effect early as an action and gain the effects of the augury spell. If you do, you are afflicted with short-term madness after learning the spell’s results.
Elixir of Spike Skin has slivers of bone floating in the viscous, gray liquid inside this vial. When you drink this potion, bone-like spikes protrude from your skin for 1 hour. Each time a creature hits you with a melee weapon attack while within 5 feet of you, it must succeed on a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw or take 1d4 piercing damage from the spikes. In addition, while you are grappling a creature or while a creature is grappling you, it takes 1d4 piercing damage at the start of your turn.
Elixir of the Clear Mind is a cerulean blue liquid sits calmly in its flask even when jostled or shaken. When you drink this potion, you have advantage on Wisdom checks and saving throws for 1 hour. For the duration, if you fail a saving throw against an enchantment or illusion spell or similar magic effect, you can choose to succeed instead. If you do, you draw upon all the potion’s remaining power, and its effects end immediately thereafter.
Elixir of the Deep is a thick, green, swirling liquid tastes like salted mead. For 1 hour after drinking this elixir, you can breathe underwater, and you can see clearly underwater out to a range of 60 feet. The elixir doesn’t allow you to see through magical darkness, but you can see through nonmagical clouds of silt and other sedimentary particles as if they didn’t exist. For the duration, you also have advantage on saving throws against the spells and other magical effects of fey creatures native to water environments.
Elixir of Wakefulness effervescent, bubbling, crimson liquid is commonly held in a thin, glass vial capped in green wax. When you drink this elixir, its effects last for 8 hours. While the elixir is in effect, you can’t fall asleep by normal means. You have advantage on saving throws against effects that would put you to sleep. If you are affected by the sleep spell, your current hit points are considered 10 higher when determining the effects of the spell.