The creation of objects is an essential part of Minecraft. Alchemy or preparation of potions, as are enchantments, suppose a great boost for those who decide to use time and resources in developing their knowledge. I tell you everything you should know about the elaboration of potions to become a great alchemist in Minecraft.
- What do you need to create potions in Minecraft?
- Potions recipes in Minecraft
- Minecraft guides in Vidaxtra
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What do you need to create potions in Minecraft?
The first thing you need is a potion or distiller station, which requires 3 rocks and 1 blaze rod. The latter is achieved after defeating a Blaze (random enemy) that is usually found in the In underworld or Nether . You have to place the materials as follows: the three stones online at the bottom and the blaze rod in the center, just above the stones line.
The alchemical menu has several holes. Up to the left you have to place the fuel (Blaze dust, x2 for each blaze rod). In the central hole you must add the determining ingredient for the potion you want. Finally, in the three holes below you must place the water jars or bottles of potions (it is always advisable to cover all the holes).
Potions recipes in Minecraft
The best way to learn alchemy in Minecraft is experimenting. Now that you know how the alchemical menu works, it is time that you start working with the recipes of all potions .
Regeneration potion * (restores health for a while): tears of ghat, rare potion and blaze dust.
Healing potion (restores health points instantaneously): shining watermelon, rare potion and blaze dust.
Force potion (increases melee damage): rare potion and blaze dust.
Speed potion * (Increase speed and field of vision): sugar, rare potion and blaze dust.
Potion of the turtle (increases resistance and reduces the speed of movement): turtle shell, rare potion and blaze dust.
Weakness potion (reduces physical damage): spider eye, rare potion and blaze dust.
Jump potion * (jump higher and reduce falling damage): rabbit leg, rare potion and blaze dust.
Potion of slow fall (slows down and reduces falling damage): ghost membrane, rare potion and blaze dust.
Insipual body potion (immunity to fire and lava damage): magma cream, rare potion and blaze dust.
Night vision potion * (you see at night like its out of day): golden carrot, rare potion and blaze dust.
Apnea potion (Breathe underwater): Balloon fish, rare potion and blaze dust.
Invisibility potion (for a few minutes): Night vision potion, fermented spider eye and blaze dust.
poison potion * (cause accumulated poison damage): spider eye, black regeneration potion and dust.
Potion of slowness (slows down 15% to a player or enemy): spider eye, rapidity potion and blaze dust.
damage potion : spider eye, healing potion and blaze dust.
Potions can be used for their own benefit or as throwing objects to damage enemies, for example the potions of damage and poison. To convert a speech potion you must add that same potion, gunpowder and blaze dust to the alchemy table.
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