Five-Star Diner

Doubles the effects of foods and potions.

Requirement:None

Five-Star Diner is a talent in Divinity Orignal Sin 2.

 

Tips

  • Also doubles the effect of Attar of the Blood Rose, giving +2 to every attribute. It goes back to +1 if this talent is removed
  • Extremely powerful when combined with resistance potions and attribute-boosting potions: With just a medium resistance potion, you get 100% resistance to an element, or all of them if you use a resist all potion, and potions with higher than 50% will also allow you to heal from the elements; with a large attribute potion, i.e. large strength potion, you get 22 more to that attribute, adding a huge damage boost
  • Good food includes Dinner, Elven Stew, Fish Pie, Jar of Honey, Potato Porridge, Poutine and Rivellon Fries. Dinner is particularly easy to make
  • A character can heal themselves by simply consuming either food that normally gives 20% health or a healing potion, erasing the need for someone else to heal them with skills. With food, you get the additional bonus, depending on the food. Combined with Living Armour, you can also quickly get a good chunk of magic armour back



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    • Anonymous

      30 Aug 2020 16:52  

      Each point in a stat gives 5% damage. A dinner gives 2 strength for 6 turns. With this talent does it give 4 strength?
      And do different food buffs stack if I’m eating a dinner and a mashed potato?

      • Anonymous

        19 Jul 2020 11:23  

        This and Medium Resist All potion = 100% resistance to all elements.

        Also works well with Attar of the Blood Rose to give permanent +2 to all stats until you die (just load if you do). I think Lone Wolf increases this bonus to +4 to all stats.

        • Anonymous

          23 Apr 2020 10:40  

          Had this talent and drank a Large Resist All potions then walked into the Shriekers in Act 3. They didn't attack me even when the effects wore off(but only staying around their affected areas).

          • Anonymous

            05 Jul 2019 05:18  

            as of 7/4/2019 food buffs don't last long enough to be utilized on undead characters. (whether the food is poisoned or not.) this affects all undead custom races, and Fane. Custom undead are still capable of getting drunk tested this with each race of undead. Fane is immune to drunk condition. (whether alcohol is poisoned or not) tested this on multiple saves , and for buff duration had each party member drink apple juice (6 turn duration) both in and out of combat. If taking this trait on undead it will only benefit potion effects and heals from poisoned food. the buffs are increased however they don't last long enough to be utilized.

            • Anonymous

              22 Mar 2018 13:39  

              If this talent did what it was supposed to do, it would be great. I'm a little pissy about finding out it doesn't work toward the end of a harder battle I had decided to use potions to win. Boooooooo!

              • Anonymous

                31 Oct 2017 19:29  

                Why does it say an excellent talent for Lone Wolf in the tips? Because food heals based off of percentages? I guess it would matter if you even got hurt as a Lone Wolf before you kill everything. Seems like a waste of a talent for Lone Wolf to me. Coming from Honour mode difficulty, so I imagine it's even worse on Classic or Explorer.

                • Anonymous

                  23 Oct 2017 00:53  

                  works on Food but all the time you put into crafting potions to use with this dont bother. It doesnt effect potions at the moment

                  • Anonymous

                    04 Oct 2017 16:14  

                    Does it only affect your own character who consumes the Food or also other characters who eat your coocked Food ?

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