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Gathering and Brewing
GatheringGathering is quite easy - simply right click on a gatherable resource and wait for your character to fully extract it. A gatherable resource might require a certain gathering skill before you are skilled enough to extract it. The speed at which you can extract resources greatly increases as you advance your gathering skill. The gathering skill is capped to a maximum of 100. Note that different gathering spawns may have different regrowth rates.
During your journeys you can find the following gatherable plants:
|sugar beet||from gathering 10|
|celery||from gathering 15|
|desert flower||from gathering 20|
|warg chamomile||from gathering 25|
|dragon chicory||from gathering 30|
|dragon egg||from gathering 30|
|elvish onion||from gathering 30|
|orknie celery||from gathering 40|
|volcanic horseradish||from gathering 45|
BrewingBefore you can brew a potion, you must have learned the particular potion's recipe by right clicking on the recipe. After that, you must make sure that you have enough resources. Open the brewing dialog by right clicking on a brewing cauldron, located in the brewery in the basement floor of Nicholas' shop in Ellaria. Inside the brewing dialog you can find a sub-dialog with a list of the recipes you have learned, each with their own list of ingredients needed.
To start brewing, enter the desired amount of potions and select the desired potion size (ampoule, vial, shot, jar or flask). Note that different sizes require different amounts of resources, and that you must of course multiply the resource amount by the number of potions you are brewing. Once brewing begins, drop the ingredients (1-100 at a time) into the brewing dialog until you have a perfect match of resources in the mixture. Do not drop in ingredients while the mixture is boiling or it will explode - instead, wait until the boiling ends. The boiling time will be shorter and shorter the more you advance your brewing skill. The brewing skill is capped to a maximum of 100.