- ???: Review purpose and process for Cyntephonil Grexnis.
From what you remember your Master telling you in your latest Alchemy Lecture and from the ‘notes’ you wrote for yourself, Cyntephonil Grexnis is a concoction that is supposed to be stable inside a frame of space, that meaning it’s spacial displacement from one existence to the next causes it to lose balance. But you’re not sure what your notes mean by ‘lose balance’, so the bubbles are a safe thing to take note of.
The most complicated part of the Grexnis formula is its very process, starting with the mixture in which one combines a variety of minerals stretched all across the globe and even some that grow naturally on the moon, but fortunately with the intense realm hopping your Master does, all the ingredients you needed were and can be and still are found in his Alchemy Garden.
After combining these choice minerals, you have to very slowly add a composite liquid that’s made from an object that either lacks spacial or temporal relativity, and then another few parts of a type of herb that can only be found in the woods surrounding your estate. This sort of convenience of supplies would normally set a lot of Alchemists off, but since your Master is a renowned wizard and expert alchemist it’s very simple for him to collect all manner of components.
Seems as though you actually retained something your Master taught you. He’ll be so ‘impressed’ to hear this later.
Anyway, the beaker to your right with the muddy red-brown colored liquid is what holds the secondary formula you’re supposed to slowly introduce into the main brew. You had a faucet-like device that allowed the formula to enter the brew drop by drop while you ‘slept’, so by the time you woke up for the day it would have been a sufficient amount.
Remembering that, you turn off the nozzle to cut off the Grexnis from the secondary formula. Good thing you remembered that too, because this potion is very dangerous if left unattended.