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#9209487 Mar 08, 2014 at 01:39 PM
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Some of these may be incorrect. The source I used was incomplete, and I had all these in a notepad document sorting them out. If during the next beta you find some that are off, let me know and I'll change it.

Potions with no negative effects:

Detection: Wormwood + Corn Flower

Increase Spell Power: Lady's Smock + Violet Coprinus

Restore Health: Columbine + Water Hyacinth

Restore Health: Columbine + Bugloss

Restore Health: Columbine + Luminous Russula

Restore Health: Columbine + Blue Entoloma

Restore Health: Water Hyacinth + Bugloss

Restore Health: Water Hyacinth + Mountain Flower

Restore Health: Water Hyacinth + Luminous Russula

Restore Health: Water Hyacinth + Blue Entoloma

Restore Health: Bugloss + Mountain Flower

Restore Health: Bugloss + Luminous Russula

Restore Health: Mountain Flower + Blue Entoloma

Restore Magicka: Lady's Smock + Bugloss

Restore Magicka: Corn Flower + Bugloss

Restore Stamina: Blessed Thistle + Columbine

Restore Stamina: Blessed Thistle + Mountain Flower

Restore Stamina: Dragonthorn + Columbine

Restore Stamina: Dragonthorn + Mountain Flower

Restore Stamina: Dragonthorn + Violet Coprinus

Restore Stamina: Columbine + Violet Coprinus

Restore Stamina: Columbine + Violet Coprinus

Speed: Namira's Rot + Blessed Thistle

Spell Crit: Namira's Rot + Water Hyacinth

Spell Crit: Namira's Rot + Lady's Smock

Spell Crit: Water Hyacinth + Lady's Smock

Unstoppable: Wormwood + Columbine

Unstoppable: Wormwood + Namira's Rot

Unstoppable: Columbine + Namira's Rot

Weapon Crit: Wormwood + Water Hyacinth

Weapon Crit: Wormwood + Dragonthorn

Weapon Crit: Water Hyacinth + Dragonthorn

Potions with negative effects:

Increase Armor: Imp Stool + Mountain Flower (also Lowers Weapon Power)

Increase Spell Power: Corn Flower + Violet Coprinus (also Ravages Health)

Increase Weapon Power: Dragonthorn + Stinkhorn (also Lowers Armor)

Increase Weapon Power: Blessed Thistle + Stinkhorn (also Ravage's Health)

Restore Health: Bugloss + Blue Entoloma (also Lowers Spell Power)

Restore Health: Mountain Flower + Luminous Russula

Restore Stamina: Blessed Thistle + Violet Coprinus

Potions with extra positive effects:

Increase Weapon Power: Dragonthorn + Blessed Thistle (also Restores Stamina)

Restore Health: Columbine + Mountain Flower (also Restores Staimna)

Potions with extra positive and negative effcts:

Increase Spell Power: Lady's Smock + Corn Flower (also Lowers Spell Resist and Restores Magicka

Restore Magicka: Corn Flower + Lady's Smock (also Lowers Spell Resist and Restores Magicka)
#9209534 Mar 08, 2014 at 01:52 PM
18 Posts
This is great, thanks!
“The Sea – it calls to me. So, too, does the Hist. I will return, someday. To see the land my tribe was taken from. To feel the warm, shallow waters of the Black Marsh. The reeds brushing against scales. The cool of the Hists’ shade. But first… our lands must be protected. And the Sea awaits.”
#9209813 Mar 08, 2014 at 03:11 PM · Edited 8 years ago
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Thanks, Walks-in-Whispers! 8) That's a great way of organizing the information.

I have another source, that I can check this against. I will look at it when I get home, and let you know if I can cover the gaps.

There's a reasonable chance that recipes will change, or that some other reagents will be found either in advanced areas, or in future updates, so we'll always have to be aware of that I suppose.

-- UPDATE --
Okay, I don't know how well this will work, so if someone is having a hard time accessing this, please let me know.
#9211313 Mar 08, 2014 at 10:41 PM
30 Posts
Thanks for the info, I didn't get to test Alchemy much in beta. I'm looking forward to brewing some potions.
#9211950 Mar 09, 2014 at 04:46 AM
55 Posts
I can see it fine Haas-ta-Thisk.
#9212332 Mar 09, 2014 at 07:58 AM
50 Posts
I enjoyed trying Alchemy in beta, but had a hard time finding the reagents. I joined a guild for the beta and was able to buy things through their guild store, however. That gave me the opportunity to try out various recipes.

The actual data for the spreadsheet came from a source on the web, but I forget where I saw it, since I was mostly interested in converting it so I could look up which ingredients I needed to make any particular potion.

I was only ever a low level character, so I never got a chance to put points into potion effectiveness. I was able to switch from level 3 to level 10 potions (IIRC).

Stay moist, my friends.
#9224574 Mar 11, 2014 at 05:47 PM
55 Posts
Someone just posted this table on the ESO Subreddit:

I think it displays the info better than what I have here.
#9225114 Mar 11, 2014 at 07:43 PM
68 Posts
Thanks for this, it'll be helpful in game.
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