Here in this guide I’ll be listing and showing you the steps to brewing your very own Saviour Schanpps. As with additional information on how to find the herbs and where to brew it.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance Guides:
- Treasure Maps Guide.
- Gold / Level Farm.
- Early Loot Chest in Skalitz.
- Increase Your Archery Skills.
- Clinch Mechanics.
Alchamy Lab, Belladonna Spots, & Instruction Video
Alchemy lab location
Belladonna location (#1)
Note: I did not include spots for Nettel since they’re very common.
Note: You’re looking for a mostly green plant with purple flowers on top, look sharp it may be hard to spot. Alternatively, you could also purchase all the ingredients from a Herbalist.
It’s worth investment to reach level 13 in Alchemy, you’ll be able to activate the perk: Routine II. It allows you to Auto-brew Potions (Saviour Schanpps) and recieve 3 potions for the cost of one resource. Roughly, every 1-2 minutes you could brew around 50 Saviour Schapps. Of course, you’ll be breweing in an awesome volume of Saviour Schnapps so might as well sell some on the side. In this case, you’ll want to also activate the perk: Snake Oil Saleman (lvl8), ‘potions you create sell for 20% more’. If you don’t know already, the higher your speech the better for sells so go out and Haggle for those better prices 🙂
Perks to consider:
You should really consider leveling your Herbalism Skills, not only is it one of the easiet Skills to level up on but it really benefits you with the combination of Alchemy. The higher your level the more herbs you’ll pick up at once. Plus, a perk called: Leg Day, adds experince to your Strength while Herb-picking. Favorable to Strength focused players. Take a good 30-60 minutes to grind out on the field until you’ve met a decent level and start applying Skill points.
Horses are important for traveling from point A to point B, furthermore, they’re very good for carrying your items. When you’re out herb searching it could be exteremely troublesome and inconvenient when you become over- encumbered and can’t run. Luckily, you can store your items in the horse’s saddles, prolonging your search for herbs. A perk of interest: Heavy Duty (lvl4) for Horsemanship will also be in your favor. Note: The horse carries more, but is slower.