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Red Curry
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A delicious curry with dragon meat.

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Food Effects

  • HP +25
  • STR +7
  • AGI +1
  • INT -1
  • HP Recovered While Healing +2
  • MP Recovered While Healing +1
  • Attack +23% (Cap is +150 Attack @ 652 base Attack)
  • Ranged Attack +23% (Cap is +150 Ranged Attack @ 652 base Ranged Attack)
  • Demon Killer
    • Grants +4% Demon Killer effect.
  • Resist Sleep

Final Fantasy XI

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dragon vindaloo
# Nov 15 2007 at 5:52 AM Rating: Good
452 posts
since its made with curry and dragon meat they should have called it Dragon Vindaloo, And serve it up with some popadoms. Lister of red dwarf would have loved that.
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# May 25 2007 at 8:13 PM Rating: Excellent
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Updated food effects and food time, added guild, guild level, and note.
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# May 10 2007 at 7:37 PM Rating: Decent
940 posts
Okay, considering I go through at least one serving of this stuff a day, i'm quite familiar with its effects:

Red Curry
Duration: 3 hours
STR +7
AGI +1
INT -2
Attack +23% max (150 rumored to be uncapped)
Ranged Attack +23% max (150)
HP +20-35

EDIT: grants Demon Killer effect (forgot about that)

Yeah, the hp boost varies on this. i've seen it go as low as 20 and as high as 35 in the year i've been eating the stuff. Since I am a ranger though i eat it for the ranged attack boost and can't really confirm or deny the uncapped attack boost rumor

Edited, May 10th 2007 8:39pm by Aluus
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AH prices
# Oct 07 2006 at 4:08 PM Rating: Decent
330 posts
Red curry 80k (and lowering) Dragon meat 50k. I have tried about 20 synths so far i think about 6-7 fails. Rest sucseeded, .3 skillups. I'm glad this doesn't really lose gil right now so i am gonna keep skilling cooking up for a while. Only problem is the rate which currys sell :/
# Jul 22 2006 at 10:12 PM Rating: Decent
330 posts
Just made one today at 95 cooking. Went to guild for synth support and faced NW on iceday. Now I get to show off with my own signed red curry in my bazaar lol. No skillup though :(
acc lost
# Mar 17 2006 at 2:41 AM Rating: Decent
17 posts
so how much acc gear would you have to wear to make up for not using sole sushi for this?
SH + Ohat + life belt?

Edited, Mon Apr 3 01:30:25 2006
RE: acc lost
# Jun 11 2006 at 8:39 PM Rating: Decent
73 posts
weapon merits then balance between acc gear and att/str depending on mob.
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# Feb 16 2006 at 10:42 AM Rating: Decent
434 posts
Ive hit 95 cooking and spent 4-5hrs in crawlers nest to get myself 12 jellys for soups, because dragon meat is 200k each. Im sorry seraph, cooks cant really sustain that. Red curry sells for 200k so there is no profit to be made, dragon soup sells for 100k, so thats a no-no. I will make a few red currys when i hit 97-98 signed for people who want it, and who bring me the meat. But otherwise, im not going to touch it.

/em resigns to spend 43279052 hours farming crawlers nest for jellys.
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# Dec 09 2005 at 8:59 AM Rating: Decent
14 posts
Alright, this thing sells at the AH for 100-110k. Why would anyone pay such ridiculous prices for just a tiny boost in stats compared to cheaper food?
RE: WHY!?!?!
# Jan 06 2006 at 12:54 PM Rating: Decent
73 posts
this isn't tiny boost at all, most foods have a cap at how much att% they actually add. like w/ meat chief's att+22% but caps at 65 added. this food caps at +150 attack, which there 3 foods that caps this high. curry caps the fastest giving the highest percentage yield of the 3. also the +7 str, resist sleep effect/demon killer effect and also matches the 150 caped melee attack w/ a 150 cap ranged attack. this food is all about DD'ing. later in the game you can get so much acc+ equips is not even funny so its kind of nice to have things like this when you don't need sushi. not saying the you don't use sushi end game just not all the time.
hope this answer's your question
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RE: WHY!?!?!
# Jan 06 2006 at 12:45 PM Rating: Decent
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Edited, Fri Jan 6 11:55:30 2006
# Dec 08 2005 at 2:27 PM Rating: Decent
44 posts
Red Curry

STR +7
AGI +1
INT -2
Attack +23% max (150)
Ranged Attack +23% max (150)
HP +25

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# Sep 21 2005 at 12:08 AM Rating: Decent
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Does anyone have any idea if the attack+% has a cap or is it really just +25%? If that is so this is by far the most godly attack food ever at high levels.

For those of you who dont know, most meat dishes give attack + x% (capping at y for z attack)
Usually cap is about 80 for the higher foods like meat mithkabobs and coeurl subs. If this has no cap then it could give upwards of 200 attack for lvl 75 with nice gear. Which is what leads me to believe this has some cap...
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Skill ups
# Sep 14 2005 at 1:16 PM Rating: Decent
5 posts
Best days to synth are Watersday and Darksday on the Full Moon.

If you want a skill up face West during synth.

If you want successful synth and are already lvl 100 then face Northwest.

Cooking level 100 (/bow)

I capped 100 cooking Red Curry. Was expensive tho... REALLY expensive.

Edited, Wed Sep 14 14:35:46 2005
# Aug 21 2005 at 12:00 AM Rating: Default
61 posts
I think is good this but with cursed soup if you are level 75? do god soup , yummmmM!MMM! or cursed soup, but i dont know the recipes,
what i can know? before i was cooking 32 but now 0 ^^ lol, i erase old character, this curry if i pay a few only for it is good for me but much is good for cooking,

this is for level up cooking ^^, i put this because i cant enter to game :(

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skilling up
# Aug 10 2005 at 5:10 AM Rating: Decent
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{Um...} Just so you guys know, it's better (and cheaper) to skill up making cursed soup than this.
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quets is ld
# Jun 10 2005 at 2:58 PM Rating: Default
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dragon meat on my sever costs 80k each while the curry itself costs 50k tell me where the profit is lol cuz i dont see it
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RE: quets is ld
# Aug 13 2005 at 11:40 PM Rating: Decent
5 posts
Obviously the profits aren't on your server.
red curry
# Jun 09 2005 at 10:51 AM Rating: Default
54 posts
ok guys red curry is alsot ranged attack + it's more then 32% as yellow curry i'm doign 800 slug with a crossbow and red i'm doing over 1k slug easy :o this is by far the best food for rngs who don't want to be beaten in the dmg department. now to get it is the hard part i have the meat but none of the other ingredients to make it ;; and it's 60k in ah vice the dragon meant at 79k :o which tells me you should only use this food if you are in a hnmls and tell them that u would like the meat for your food! most of them will agree and give it to you as you will become one the best DD that they have seen.
for example
i did war af3 there is 2 goblin nm's i used red curry on one and WOW i was doing 2k slug's yellow on the other tiem i went and was only like 1400 slug's big ranged dmg difference :o any ways b prepared o buy it for alot of food lasts about 5 hours <.< i used it first time while doing zm5 started at 3pm est food wore at around 8 est ^^

Edited, Thu Jun 9 11:56:30 2005
# Jun 07 2005 at 5:55 PM Rating: Excellent
16 posts
Cool, a Cooking recipe 100.
Horrible Skillup
# Jun 06 2005 at 11:03 PM Rating: Decent
3 posts
This is, by far, the worst item to skillup on. Going for 40-70k on Quetzalcoatl, this stuff just sucks. During one period, with 10 meats, i blew out 4, made 6, and earned a .1 skillup. Be prepared to lose the meat too, everytime i blow one out, i lose the meat 100% of the time. As i write this, i just synthed 11 times, blowing out 3, full moon, watersday, not one skillup. Cooking sucks.
RE: Horrible Skillup
# Jun 07 2005 at 4:07 PM Rating: Default
13 posts
Hey Carl I'm on Quetz too and you're buying the meat before I can get it! lol But yeah so far zip on the skill ups, it's terrible.

Also, I hope the greedy player Alvis gets MPK'd for jacking the price of Dragon Meat up from 60k to 80k in two days. That's a 30k loss per synth of Red Curry, something that is a terrible skill up. Great.
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Bone pt~
# May 18 2005 at 11:01 AM Rating: Decent
1,377 posts
I love red curry for bone pt *^^*
Leviathan prices
# Apr 20 2005 at 6:14 AM Rating: Decent
49 posts
This pretty baby goes for 32-34k on Leviathan. :)

I'm drg/war {or whm depending} and I absolutely LOVE these stats!!

Only sucks when u die 10 fights after you use it...<cringe, BIG blow to wallet>... ; ;
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# Mar 31 2005 at 3:30 PM Rating: Decent
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These sell for 50-60K on Caitsith, which is about the cost to make.

The funny thing is that someone on Caitsith who shall remain nameless went and bought the signed Dragon Steak I had made because he got sick of seeing it in my bazaar. Maybe he'll do the same with the curry. ;)
# Mar 30 2005 at 10:05 PM Rating: Decent
12 posts
my sister has 7 of these **** things in he MH, and she never uses em cuz theyre so expensive ><
so whats the bloody point of having em if theyre just gonna take up space??
and these things run for some-odd 50k on gilgamesh.
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# Mar 04 2005 at 5:58 AM Rating: Good
89 posts
One day i will be able to make these sigh.
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Fairy Price
# Feb 01 2005 at 3:56 PM Rating: Decent
30 posts
This Is going for 100k on Fairy, Lots have sold!!
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Level cap
# Jan 23 2005 at 9:17 PM Rating: Decent
41 posts
This DOES NOT cap 100 - this is very important, as you don't want to waste money on however much Dragon Meat is trying to get skill. It caps somewhere in the 90s, possibly even 99, but I can't confirm what level exactly.

(Assumption based on the fact that neither of the NPCs who gives recipes above your level gives this to me at 99.9.)
RE: Level cap
# Apr 29 2005 at 8:42 AM Rating: Decent
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Saw a screen shot of someone getting 100 on this.
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RE: Level cap
# Mar 08 2005 at 6:13 AM Rating: Decent
22 posts
Actually it caps at 100. I'm cooking 99.2 and still getting skill ups from making red curry.
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RE: Level cap
# Mar 28 2005 at 5:30 PM Rating: Decent
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those NPC's told me to skill up on roasted corn at level 27. I trust this site over them :/
#Dragoonguy, Posted: Jan 20 2005 at 5:51 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) as sume1 said 85k each... imagine you die just after used it ><. but the stats are good ide like to have some to solo some EM at lvl 40 ^^.
Going Price..
# Jan 02 2005 at 5:27 PM Rating: Good
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Currently in the price history of fenrir for ~85k eack.
Kill more dragons!
# Jan 01 2005 at 11:57 PM Rating: Default
120 posts
I'm about to start making this now that everybody and their slobbering half-wit inbred children are making sushi and killing the profits.

We have two sales in the entire history of Seraph's Jeuno ah, so I'm curious what, if at all, the going price is on other servers for red curry.
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# Dec 02 2004 at 6:10 PM Rating: Decent
42 posts
The ingridients for this recipe aren't too expensive except for the dragon meat. If you're fighting an HNM that drops the meat, what else are you going to do with it? >.>

By the way, 2 STR is also important, if not more important than attack.

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Edited, Thu Dec 2 18:13:59 2004
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# Nov 29 2004 at 8:16 AM Rating: Default
7 posts
Most of the curry that I use for cooking is somewhat of a yellow/brownish color. Very potent stuff when mixed with chili powder like how I make my curry.
Unfortunately I can't find anymore in the US!

BTW my curry comes form Singapore.

Edited, Mon Nov 29 08:16:42 2004
# Nov 23 2004 at 11:39 AM Rating: Decent
630 posts
well, this is caviar for the rich b*ches. still waht realy matters is the attack up. mithkabob is +5 str +22% so its not so bad for a cheaper price. ive never held 2 point differences of anything to be anything godly. just better and negligible.
RE: hmm
# Nov 24 2004 at 3:07 AM Rating: Excellent
Actually, Caviar is found under the Seafood portion of the AH meals menu. Now, Curry is a heavily spiced sauce made with Curry powder, which makes the curry taste almost just like Chili Sauce. You can make all kinds of Curry, usually it's got something in it or it's eaten with rice. You can make all kinds of Curry, usually it's got something in it(like this fish recipe) or it's eaten WITH rice rather than having the rice as a primary ingredient. In most real world recipes the rice itself isn't generally an ingredient in the curry itself.

Curry is traditionally an India/Pakistan/Thailand regional dish, but has been adapted to several cultures and countries menu's. Most notably France. Green Curry, is a creation of Thailand, and really, I don't happen to like any food from thailand, but some people really love it. Personally, I do not like Curry's from Pakistan, Thailand, or India, but some adaptations with Curry from France and England have graced my lips, and they were.. edible.

Anyway, FFXI has basically 4 types of Curry. Black, Green, Red and Yellow. Now the Curry itself is by nature normally yellow, and as far as I know, I have only had the Yellow type Curry. From what I know about the Green, and Black Curry, they sometimes don't even have *actual* Curry in it at all, while the Red curry is made up of cumin seeds, shallots, garlic and lemon grass, as well as fresh coriander (cilantro) roots, peppercorns, cinnamon and shrimp paste. Red curry paste is most often used in beef curries and robust chicken dishes, it's not something you just up and eat by itself. As far as Black Curry goes, i'm convinced it's a creation of FFXI as I've not been able to find any to eat; however, upon doing a search on the internet, I did find a reference linking to a Beet-and-Eggplant recipe, but that just doesn't sound appetizing to me in the first place.

The dishes that use Curry use it as something that you MIX INTO a dish, rather than eat by itself, which is why this is called Green Curry Fish, rather than Green Fish Curry. I feel that Curry isn't generally something that you should be eating by itself, though people in Thailand/Pakistan/India may disagree - they eat spicy food for dessert. I would not be suprised if they eat curry by itself every day.

Caviar on the other hand is.. well, bluntly, salted fish eggs. Sometimes very rarely, you can get them VERY fresh and not salted, but why would you want it that way? The salt not only helps to preserve the eggs, it actually enhances the flavor. Usually you eat this stuff by itself or on a cracker with some other little spicy stuff, depending on where you are at. You can also use it as a relish for some other larger dish.

Generally speaking, Beluga Caviar has been renown for it's flavor and heralded to be the best, but rising costs and near-extermination of the species, has led to other fish being used such as Osetra, and Sevruga. I really prefer the Sevruga to the Beluga myself, but I've probably a more experienced caviar palatte than most. I've even heard of some SOUTHERN restaurants just using plain old salmon roe, and you can purchase it off the internet but it's got to be nasty. Usually when you use some off-fish caviar you don't eat that by itself, so I would suggest using the Salmon roe for relish. I do suppose however, that if you don't want to spend 80-120 dollars AN OUNCE for Beluga, Osetra, or Sevruga, then Salmon may be a better option for you at usually around like 5-10 dollars an ounce. Salmon, itself is an american invention however, and although caviar might seem to be something essentially Russian, since all of the above fish besides Salmon originate from the Caspian Sea, the word caviar is not, the native Russian term being ikra. Caviar first came into English in the 16th century, probably by way of French and Italian, which borrowed it from Turkish havyar. The source of the Turkish word is apparently an Iranian dialectal form related to the Persian word for �egg,� khyah, and this in turn goes back to the same Indo-European root that gives us the English words egg and oval. This rather exotic etymology is appropriate to a substance that is not to everyone's taste, giving rise to Shakespeare's famous phrase, � 'twas caviary to the general,� meaning, basically, "it's above the general public's palatte."

Anyway, If you're a beginner, I would HIGHLY reccomend you try one of the more renown caviar types, because it can be the nastiest crap you ever put in your mouth the first time. It really can be an aquired taste for some people, and if you're going to be trying it, try the good stuff. Sevruga is the cheapest of the three mentioned above and quite honestly I really think it's better, so that would be a good one. I have had I think it was some form of paddlefish once, and it was about 25 dollars an ounce, and if you can find it I would reccomend it also it was quite fabulous, tho not at par with any of the other three caviars. Certainly it has to be leaps and bounds better than the Salmon however, as I won't put that crap in my mouth, unless it's a relish.

Once you get done with your Caviar, have a shot of Louie XIII. (that's Louie the thirteenth) It's great to wash down the sometimes spicy flavor of the yummy fish eggs. And to be honest, if you're going to be spending 80-120 an OUNCE for some fish roe, then you might as well enjoy this 80-120 dollar SHOT. It's actually not that bad, once you get used to it.

Now, in FFXI they have "Flint" Caviar which is actually eggs harvested from the Emperor Fish. I can't seem to find any real world correlation to this fish except for a salt-water fish, which I would not eat caviar from, and a bottom-feeding Chinese fish whose eggs must taste like bat guano.

It's amazing that the game doesn't have more than one type of Caviar in it. There are 4 types of Curry, and when I go out I almost never see Curry on the menu, but I see caviar all the time.

Certainly there are several types of fish that all you fisherman catch, so surely they could make a couple different types of caviar so that you could have some vareity. (and of course new recipe's etc.. )

Edited, Wed Nov 24 16:22:09 2004

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RE: hmm
# Aug 08 2005 at 4:42 AM Rating: Decent
74 posts
heh.... I think what the guy was doing was taking saying that only the rich rangers would be using this. (note the steriotype of rich people eatting caviar) As much as I enjoyed reading your post, as I also enjoy cooking, I don't beleave it's what he was really wanting to talk about. ~_^
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RE: hmm
# Mar 12 2005 at 12:17 AM Rating: Decent
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Please forgive my intrusion on your theisis on curry. Though I found it a particularly fascinating read I believe that you look way too much into the sentiment of the statement in which you replied so egomanically to. The statement that prompted this elitist rant was "This is caviar for the rich b*tches..." was actually a metaphor or parallel to the fact that Red Curry much like Caviar is eaten by affluent individuals in a wasting untold amounts of money on a food just for the sake of saying that they have eaten it. There is in my humble opinion no justification of a 92k markup on a food that gives and additional +2 Str and very comparable attack percentage bonus over Mithkabobs just because an ingredient is found on a particuarly difficult mob. I cannot think of a really useful purpose for this food aside from skill up and "bragging rights". Though there wil no doubtedly by an arguemenative volatile personality who will reply to this post in an attempt to one up my response. Yes before you go there I have done very much the same but in the stead of promoting my own interest I hope to make clear the fact that there are too many people that read too much into things and then try to humilate someone because they may not be able to articulate themselves in a fashion that responder may find adequate to be threatened by. I for one am not without my resources and will make a stand where I can in an attempt to illuminate the masaginism that so often raises it ugly head in an attempt to make him/herself look superior. Knock it off because quite honestly the educated amongst you aren't so readily amused my your reparte, quite the contrary. I find it petty and childish. Well that is enough of my attempt to give someone some of their own medicine.
RE: hmm
# Feb 03 2005 at 2:52 AM Rating: Decent
32 posts
is this college transferrable credits? i only need 6 more for AS
Fenrir (cause i like spending more than i have to)
RE: hmm
# Jan 16 2005 at 10:30 PM Rating: Default
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no one ask u all that :o)
RE: hmm
# Jan 03 2005 at 10:32 PM Rating: Decent
Doh, double post.

Edited, Mon Jan 3 22:35:21 2005
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RE: hmm
# Jan 03 2005 at 10:31 PM Rating: Default
Wow...... ^Rate UP^

That is by far the most interesting and, more importantly, Intelligent post I have ever had the pleasure to read. Thank you very much.

As for me, I have only ever tried caviar once. I have no clue what kind it was. It was black in color and was very, very salty. Was pretty good on the salmon but way to salty to eat straight.
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RE: hmm
# Nov 27 2004 at 11:18 AM Rating: Decent
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Point the first: /jawdrop /em rates <t> up.

Point the second: I don't think I've ever heard of eating curry on its own. I'm a fan of many asian cuisines, and every curry I've ever tasted had chunks of vegetables and some sort of meat mixed in, although it's easy to order it without the meat, since certain local religions (Buddhism, I *think*) encourage vegetarianism. Typically, the entire bowl of curry-- sauce, meat, veggies, and all-- is then poured or spooned over a bed of fragrant rice and eaten in a way not unlike the Chinese take-out that we Americans are so often used to.

Point the third: I'd like to further point out that one of the ingredients in the FFXI Red Curry is Dragon Meat, and another is a San d'Orian Carrot. There's your meat and veggies.

Edited, Sat Nov 27 11:18:50 2004
vs kabobs
# Nov 22 2004 at 11:55 PM Rating: Decent
38 posts
this totally blows mithkabobs out of the water, but at around 100-150k a bowl and rarely in stock (on fairy) it's doubtful to see anyone who doesn't make it themselves using it
if I were gonna use this it would have to be for a god/hnm fight since it lasts 90 mins and you want every bit of edge you can get in those fights and if kirin takes as long as I've heard it does to kill him, this would beat having to stop for even a second to pop another kabob during battle
all about curry
# Nov 04 2004 at 11:17 PM Rating: Excellent
243 posts
Affects: HP +30, Strength +7, Agility +2, Intelligence -1, Attack +24%, HP Regeneration While Healing +4

Cooking (?)
Crystal: Fire
Ingredients: Dragon Meat, Curry Powder, Coriander, San d'Orian Carrot, Mithran Tomato, Kazham Peppers, Distilled Water
Result: Red Curry

Food Duration: 90 minutes

There ya go XD
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RE: all about curry
# Nov 22 2004 at 11:12 PM Rating: Decent
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yay! No recognition for the Red curry's stats ^^
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