The fluid of these very rare potions was invisible, but still had weight. Without holding the bottle containing the fluid, the bottle would look empty, but this was quickly disregarded if held.
If the potion was consumed, the imbiber would become invisible for a single hour. However, the effect of this potion would end early if the consumer attacked in any way.
Places and individuals in the Realms one could purchase potions of invisibility from included the following establishments:
- Alrue Crownshield, a song dragon from Silverymoon.
- Halbasho, an oni that inhabited the Quoya Desert.
- Sarissa Duncastle, a wererat rogue.
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