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Vomiting makes you loose more water and food than it empties your stomach, making you unable to drink/eat more
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Basically, I just vomitted after drinking too much from a well and got sick. According to vomiting does the following status effects:
-500 Stomach
-600 Energy (minimum of 100)
-1000 Water

After vomiting, my character was hungry, so I ate a little bit more. I ate too much and started vomiting again. Now my character was thirsty, but still "completely full". After drinking a little bit, he vomitted a third time. Now he was feeling hungry AND thirsty, but his stomach was still full, so I couldn't eat and drink anymore without throwing up again.

Shouldn't it remove 1600 from your stomach if you loose 600 energy and 1000 water?


Legacy ID
Have Not Tried
Steps To Reproduce

Make your character vomit by eating and drinking too much a few times in a row. He will get hungry and thirsty while still being "completely stuffed".

Event Timeline

im_orange set Category to General.
im_orange set Reproducibility to Have Not Tried.
im_orange set Severity to None.
im_orange set Resolution to Open.
im_orange set Legacy ID to 1902941728.May 8 2016, 2:44 PM
AmirBK added a subscriber: AmirBK.May 8 2016, 2:44 PM

1 stomach unit does not necessarily equate 1 energy/hydration unit, these are three separate units, some foods may take more stomach space then others while providing different amounts of energy or hydration. So in general losing 600 energy and 1000 hydration doesn't really mean you should also empty 1,600 stomach capacity.

As for not being able to digest food while having the vomit status effect, it might be intentional, how long does it take for the 'vomit' status effect to disappear? Does vomit induced from different sources incur different penalties? i.e, I can understand why vomit induced from food poisoning would keep you nauseous for a while after you've vomited however this shouldn't apply to vomit induced from over-eating/drinking.

Just my thoughts on the matter.

I understand that it doesn't necessarily mean the same thing, but 600 seems to be too less.

There is no "vomit" status effect, if you eat/drink too much, you vomit once, get the "sick" status effect, and be done with it. After that you don't vomit again unless you eat/drink too much again, at least in my experience. Haven't tested other sources of vomitting.

The problem is just that if you vomit a few times in a row, you will become hungry, thirsty, AND full, making you unable to saturate your hunger and thirst.