The potion of Super-Heroism increases FA/HD by +5 for 4th level characters, but only by +3 for 5th level characters. So a 4th level character would get FA/HD of 9, and a 5th level character only of 8. (6th level characters again 9.) This never happens with the normal potion of heroism and only at the step from level 4 to level 5 with the super-heroism potion. Is it intentional, that there's a skip of 1 with the SH potion, or is that a mistake?
"Steel isn't strong, boy. Flesh is stronger. What is steel compared to the hand that wields it?"
Incidentally, I love incorporating potions, as I'm of a mind to distribute potions, scrolls and other consumable magic freely enough that people actually use them (hopefully to entertaining effect) rather than hoard them for the "ultimate" battle that may or may not ever come (yawn).
Blackadder23: Insanely long villain soliloquy, then "Your action?" BORGO'S PLAYER: I shoot him in the face
Right, I am also a big fan of consumable magic, which is part of the reason why I enjoy the Holmes method for scrolls, adopted for AS&SH, where any sorcerer of any level can craft them, if they obtain (purchase) the right materials.