Potions are a group of consumable items that either recover health and/or mana or grant temporary buffs. Potions are commonly found in natural chests and pots and can be dropped by enemies, purchased from NPCs, or crafted. Most potions can be crafted at a Placed Bottle or Alchemy Table, but Flasks must be crafted at an Imbuing Station. Potion buffs can be canceled by right-clicking their buff icon below the inventory hotbar.
These grant the character a temporary, usually short-lived buff when consumed. They are crafted at a Placed Bottle or an Alchemy Table. Pressing the buff key (B by default) will consume one of all of the player's buff potions in their inventory.
These grant the character a temporary melee-specific buff when consumed. Only one Flask buff can be active at a time. Crafted at an Imbuing Station.
These are potions that do not fit in the other categories.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Certain potions' sprites use bottles that correlate with real-life flasks. These include:
- All of the Lesser potions, using an Erlenmeyer flask.
- The Strange Brew, using a Florence flask.
- The Ironskin, Regeneration, Swiftness, and Gills Potions all use test tubes.
- The in-game Flasks are slight modifications of the Round bottom flasks with special stoppers.
- All other potions seem to be extreme modifications of the Dewar flask or Erlenmeyer flask.
- All potions (excluding the Recovery potions) use a Glass Stopper.
- Some potions (including Lesser Healing Potion) on Mobile have 1.3 sprites.
- The sprite for the Wiesnbräu is a reference to a popular drinking glass, and has been seen in the 2006 American comedy film Beerfest.
History[edit | edit source]
- Desktop 188.8.131.52: Super Healing Potions, Strange Brew, Bacon, Gender Change Potion, and Wormhole Potions added. Each potion given new sprites.