How to craft Terraria potions: Differences, Health, Buff, Flasks, more

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It’s always a good idea to bring a variety of potions before diving into a dungeon or tackling some monsters within Terraria, and it’s best to make sure you have a full understanding of what they all do within the game. Here, we’ll show you how to craft Terraria Potions. 

The side-scroller survival game Terraria has been making leaps and bounds for numerous years now, and even with new AAA titles being released, it’s still remained one of the best games out there for solo players or co-op players.

One of the main aspects of Terraria is the numerous potions it offers. Due to its popularity and use, it’s a good tactic to try and understand all of them, and how to craft some of them.

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Terraria has a wide array of potions for players to brew within the game.

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What kind of potions are in Terraria?

Alchemy plays a big role within Terraria, and a lot of these potions are going to be used in certain situations. Whether you need to recall to your base, or simply need a little boost in your health or mana, they all play some sort of role in your journey.

Terraria has separated the different types of potions into a few categories depending on the function they serve, and we’re going to break them down below for you.

Differences

  • Recovery potions
    • Mainly health or mana potions that recover these attributes individually or both at once
  • Food/drink potions
    • These are used to fill up your hunger bar
  • Buff potions
    • Used to increase certain characteristics for a short period of time
  • Flasks
    • Similar to Buff potions, these allow the player to gain increased melee attributes among other buffs

There’s also another category for potions that don’t directly belong in one of the above sections!

How to make potions in Terraria

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Alchemy tables are one of the ways players will be able to craft potions.

While Alchemy are primarily used for crafting these potions, players will also be able to take advantage of placed bottles around the map. This is another way you can make these potions, but it’s also good to know some of the generic crafting guides for some of the most useful potions.

While some of these potions may be found within chests, or through completing missions via certain NPCs, it’s always good to get a basic understanding of some of the most essential potions.

We’re going to run over a few potions we think are fundamental to your journey in Terraria.

Terraria potions list

  • Greater Healing Potion
    • 3 Bottle Water
    • 3 Pixie Dust
    • Crystal Shard
  • Healing Potion
    • Bottled Water
    • 3 Pixie Dust
    • Crystal Shard
  • Mana Potion
    • 2 Lesser Mana Potion
    • Glowing Mushroom
  • Battle Potion
    • Bottled Water
    • Deathweed
    • Rotten Chunk
  • Endurance Potion
    • Bottled Water
    • Armored Cavefish
    • Blinkroot
  • Invisibility Potion
    • Bottled Water
    • Blinkroot
    • Moonglow
  • Flask of Fire
    • Bottled Water
    • 3 Hellstone

Be sure to fully utilize some of these potions, as they’ll go a long way within your ventures in Terraria. Why not check out our Terraria hub for more news and guides? Or try out some of these:

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