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Starlight Potion (r57)View in Item Database
DescriptionA starlight potion will negate evil darkness attacks, but you can only use it once. Starlight Potion

Single Use

Average Rating [?]
Attack *fire**fire**light**light**light*
Defense *-dark* All
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
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Used By N/A
Special Categorization None
Notes None
Ratings - Starlight Potion
Price/Power (0/5)
Some of these items are often actually worth it- this is not one of those items however.

Countermeasures (3/5)
Due to how many people use the Hanso Charisma Charm and due to the rise of the anagrams there are very few people who would be using dark enough for this item to save you. Add in the fact that it is only single use and you have multiple reasons why this item is not worth using. That being said, one turn of full dark blocking COULD be useful.. It just more then likely won't be.

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
Hanso Charisma Charm basically replaced most need for a dark blocker.

Other Points

Final Thoughts
Star light, Star bright, the first star I see tonight... may you actually get powerful enough to use. The end.

Rated on December 31, 2015

Overview: It's not terribly useful, but the Starlight Potion can be used for specialty battles in a pinch. It is more attack-heavy than its sister, the Stream of Light

The Good: The Starlight Potion is basically a miniature one-use version of Ring of the Lost. If your opponent is going to be handing out dark and you don't feel like springing for either the ring or the much cheaper Hanso Charisma Charm, then the Starlight Potion is a good option.

The Bad: Despite the cheap cost, the Starlight Potion is one-time-use, and thus if your battle runs longer than expected, you'll wish you had a better weapon.

The Ugly Truth: Hanso Charisma Charm is definitely the better option if you can afford it. Otherwise, be sure to check and see if Stream of Light would work better for your situation.

Rated on January 30, 2014