What do potions taste like? It's blood, right? That's how it works, you replenish your Health Points with more blood
It's red because many years ago the color spectrum on old games was few. So red represented health and blue represented mana. It just sticks to this day, I don't think it's suppose to symbolize blood or anything. Just red because health was red
Mana potions taste like Bawls and Health potions taste like Big Red cream soda
im pretty sure there is some connection though maybe not fully inentional, but i think it may be
but it just works with symbolism easily
health=blood in your body, blood=red, red=health
Health Potions taste like cough syrup with way too much sugar that clearly serves to hide it's terrible taste.
If you're just drinking them to cure a small wound, you're good, but only the strongest of men are able to not faint from drinking it when healing from a more powerful injury such as a slash through the body. The more you're hurt, the more painful they are to drink. The process of the wounds mending themselves and the body trying to deal with this unnatural speeding up of it's natural functions can get extremely sharp and agonizing.
Mana Potions taste like what you'd imagine a liquidated silver penny on a vial to taste like.
When you gulp it down, you will feel it go down your throat and land on your stomach, and on that very moment you will feel thirty years younger and like a superhuman beast. Your reaction time, instincts and speed of thought will improve tenfold, and your pain and weight will seemingly be all gone. These effects go down with time and thirty minutes after drinking it, you will be a sleeping baby for at least ten hours. Not recommended to be drank too much, as you can start gaining a dangerous immunity to them, even if outright addiction is extremely uncommon. I swear I don't have autism.
Can confirm this. It also was going to have buyable Meso bags, 100% P2W, but then the outcry literally hours before when they were found in the data files caused Nexon to actually remove them.
Well when you consider all the games with shit like
>regain health when you kill shit
>regain health when you cause a bleed
Usually paired with the name bloodthirst or something blood related I'm sure someone thought that bottling up blood to sell it was a good idea