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  • Although this flask lasts through death its expensive cost makes one think that Greater Dreamless Sleep potions are a more viable option. --Erobus 15:55, 31 August 2006 (EDT)

Of course it is expensiv,e it's a flask :P By the very nature of requiring a collection of herbs that could make many potions, and needing a hard to reach location to create, all flasks are hard to make, but can be deemed worth it in many situations. A single consumable potion cannot compare, even if it supplies the same amount of mana once, because they do different things. And of course, nothing stops you from using both consumables.--Stfrn 17:40, 31 August 2006 (EDT)

Well, technically they do not do different things. They both increase the supply of mana. Generally the flask is only a viable option for harder bosses, and the mats cound be better invested in other things. Although you are right, it does not prevent using both. -Erobus 13:06, 3 September 2006 (EDT)

Weeeeell, techincally they do very different things :P Dreamelss sleep potions give an imediate amount of mana, which can only refresh you to your maxium. The flask raises your maxium for two hole hours, which should see you using all your mana many many times. Not to mention you could die many times in that duration, and the flask would still be in effect. In some senses, the flask is like an extra mana pot every fight. So someone who finds themself constantly running low on mana may get a greater value out of using this flask and few mana pots. But then again I personaly almost never use any mana pots.--Stfrn 18:46, 3 September 2006 (EDT)

Mages also get +crit and +dmg with certain specs and equipment, so +int is more valuable than +dmg or mana pots. --Olorinthemaiar 23:30, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

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