Brewing is the skill which requires mixing ingredients together in a Vial of Water to create potions. The potions' effects are various, from gaining materials like stardust or oil to reducing combat cooldown, so those potions are basically used to support other skills.
There are three types of potions:
- Level 1-30 potions which need a (small) Vial Of Water
- Level 35-65 potions which need a Large Vial of Water
- Level 65+ potions which need a Huge Vial of Water.
Players train Brewing by creating potions and drinking them for the same amount of XP. The XP increases immediately after drinking the potion, but will be reduced if one throws it away by drinking another potion of the same type without the Stacking potion donor perk (in other words, refresh the potion timer).
Brewing level gives a bonus duration to all potions, which scales up to 20% longer at 100 level (or 1% every 5 levels). Potions are not stackable, unless you have purchased the Potion Stacker from the Donor Shop.
Completing the Mixology quest will allow players to unlock the Mixing Stand, which can be used to mix new potions from other potions. Brewing Scrolls are required as formulae/recipes to mix. Those can be found from various locations. Even whilst mixing potions give XP, it still doesn't stop brewing from being the most difficult skill to level.
After completing the Witches Potion quest, players can craft a Brewing Kit. The kit gives a 10% chance for any potion made to produce an additional Potion at no extra cost or experience gained, or 20% with a Green Brewing Kit Orb. Unlocking Hard brewing perk allows the kit giving the extra XP.
Table of potionsEdit
Which potions yield the most XP? Edit
To have an idea of which potions yield most XP relative to the Super Compost Potion, please refer to Guides/Brewing: Potions and XP comparison for more information.
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