Does anyone know of a calculator which will input the reagents I have and output possible potions? Specifically I would like it to be easier to see which multiple-effect potions I could craft with all of my existing ingredients.— Unsigned comment by Banjoblack (talk • contribs) at 12:01 on 6 April 2014
- My guess is that there isn't one yet, considering that ESO is still brand new. I bet somebody will make one eventually though. •WoahBro►talk 17:35, 6 April 2014 (GMT)
Missing potion recipes
So I noticed that some of the most useful potions were missing from the Triple Effect section of the article, so I added them. However, they are so useful that I'm baffled that they weren't already listed, which leads me to believe that there may be another article that lists them, although I couldn't find one. Am I wrong, or were they just overlooked? --Xyzzy Talk 16:26, 5 October 2014 (GMT)
Triple effect vs. triple ingredient
I propose that we rename the Triple Effect section to "Triple Ingredient" for two reasons:
- There are very useful 2-effect potions that require 3 ingredients
- There are many useless 3-ingredient potions in this existing section.
Another option, if we want to keep a comprehensive triple-ingredient section, would be to create another section with useful triple-ingredient potions.
- I believe the purpose of that section is to show which ingredients to combine to make a more powerful version of a specific effect, rather than showing you what can be made with three ingredients. Potions that require three ingredients but which don't produce a more powerful version of one effect could indeed be added in a new section though. --Enodoc (talk) 21:01, 31 January 2015 (GMT)