« on: September 15, 2013, 01:08:52 pm »
Apothecary is common enough. If you've had high school English and did any amount of Shakespeare, it's brought up in at least one or two plays.
I'm fond of it personally. After all, a lot of these games are set in a medieval fantasy setting. That shouldn't be an excuse to use a bunch of anachronisms by itself, but I think this particular one is justified. It's more setting-appropriate than pharmacy or something.