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Cooking food in gasoline has no impact on health
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Description

If you drink gasoline it makes you vomit, but if you cook food in gasoline there is no effect. The food is cooked as though it were cooked in water.

Details

Severity
Minor
Resolution
Open
Reproducibility
Always
Operating System
Windows 7
Category
Health System
Steps To Reproduce
  1. Find a fire barrel
  2. Get a cooking pot
  3. Fill the cooking pot with gasoline
  4. Put food inside the cooking pot
  5. Ignite the fire barrel
  6. Place the cooking pot on the fire barrel and wait for it to cook
  7. Remove the cooked food from the cooking pot
  8. Eat the food
  9. Observe your character does not get sick

Event Timeline

Interesting marinade! Whilst we are at it, the penalty for drinking petrol needs to be much higher. Occasional vomiting for 5 minutes doesn’t seem harsh enough. WHERE’S THE INCENTIVE TO TORTURE? 😉

EnterThePug added a subscriber: Geez.EditedSun, Apr 26, 3:39 PM

This is still the case @Geez and has recently been mentioned in this YouTube video: https://youtu.be/i3J7uHJAMJQ (around the 8:30 mark)

I know it’s minor, but food cooked with gasoline should be highly poisonous. It would add some extra depth to the game. You could trick players. It would make everyone paranoid about sharing food.

In my opinion, poison by gasoline should be as dangerous as cholera.