Dungeon Siege II Walkthrough

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[5.2] Potions
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There are three types of potions in five sizes. Potions restore either health, 
or mana or both. Smaller potions restore health and/or mana very slowly, 
while the largest potions restore points very quickly.

* Health Potions - restore health
  - Small: restores 125 health, very slow restoration rate
  - Normal: restores 250 health, slow restoration rate
  - Large: restores 450 health, medium restoration rate
  - Super: restores 700 health, fast restoration rate
  - Colossal: restores 1,100 health, very fast restoration rate

* Health Potions - restore mana
  - Small: restores 150 mana, very slow restoration rate
  - Normal: restores 300 mana, slow restoration rate
  - Large: restores 500 mana, medium restoration rate
  - Super: restores 900 mana, fast restoration rate
  - Colossal: restores 1,400 mana, very fast restoration rate

* Rejuvenation Potions - restore both health and mana
  - Small: restores 125 health and 150 mana, very slow rejuvenation rate
  - Normal: restores 250 health and mana, slow rejuvenation rate
  - Large: restores 450 health and mana, medium rejuvenation rate
  - Super: restores 700 health and mana, fast rejuvenation rate
  - Colossal: restores 1,100 health and mana, very fast rejuvenation rate

Whenever you click the Drink Health potion button (lower left of your screen) 
or press 'H', all characters with less than 100% health will drink as much 
potion as required to restore their health. Similarly, clicking the Drink 
Mana potion button or pressing 'M' causes all characters with less than 100% 
mana to drink as much as needed to restore their mana.

Since characters only drink as much as is needed from a bottle, you will find 
partially filled bottles in your inventory. Drag a partial bottle over 
another partial bottle to combine them.

Potions in Inventory are shared. If a character does not have the proper type 
of potion in his or her own Inventory, he or she will simply use one from 
another character's Inventory.

When drinking the smaller potions, be sure not to wait until health or mana 
is completely gone, or it may be too late. When your Inventory is occupied by 
small or normal potions, it is probably best to use the Drink commands when 
characters reach about 50% health or mana.

Characters with the ranged skill, Survival, can harvest health potions from 
health bushes. Simply walk into the glowing red bush with your character and 
the potions will appear on the ground:

Survival Skill - Size of potions
1 - 4          - Small
5 - 9          - Normal
10 - 14        - Large
15 - 19        - Super
20             - Colossal

Characters with the nature magic skill, Natural Bond, can harvest mana 
potions from mana bushes. Simply walk into the glowing blue bush with your 
character and the potions will appear on the ground:

Natural Bond Skill - Size of potions
1 - 4              - Small
5 - 9              - Normal
10 - 14            - Large
15 - 19            - Super
20                 - Colossal
 

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