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Potion of Mana (I)

Charges 2
Effects +12 Mana
Duration 4 seconds (0:04)
Cooldown None
Obtain Loot Chests,
Potion Merchants

Potion of Mana (II)

Charges 2
Min. Level 20
Effects +18 Mana
Duration 6 seconds (0:06)
Cooldown None
Obtain Loot Chests,
Potion Merchants

Potion of Mana (III)

Charges 2
Min. Level 40
Effects +30 Mana
Duration 10 seconds (0:10)
Cooldown None
Obtain Loot Chests,
Potion Merchants

Potion of Mana (IV)

Charges 2
Min. Level 60
Effects +42 Mana
Duration 14 seconds (0:14)
Cooldown None
Obtain Loot Chests,
Potion Merchants

Potion of Mana (V)

Charges 2
Min. Level 80
Effects +54 Mana
Duration 18 seconds (0:18)
Cooldown None
Obtain Loot Chests,
Potion Merchants

Potion of Mana (VI)

Charges 2
Min. Level 100
Effects +66 Mana
Duration 22 seconds (0:22)
Cooldown None
Obtain Loot Chests,
Potion Merchants


Potions of Mana are Potions that keep player's Mana bar filled for a given amount of time upon usage. This time frame allows for the player to sprint and cast spells freely, as they do not have to worry as much about their mana depleting. Mana Potions give their user 3 mana points per second. The amount of time for which the effect is prolonged depends on the level of the potion. Each potion can be used two times before it disappears.

Potion Variants[]

Combat Level Min. Amount of Mana Duration Normal Price
1 12 Mana 4 seconds 2
Emerald Block
20 18 Mana 6 seconds 3
Emerald Block
40 30 Mana 10 seconds 5
Emerald Block
60 42 Mana 14 seconds 7
Emerald Block
80 54 Mana 18 seconds 9
Emerald Blocks
100 66 Mana 22 seconds 11
Emerald Block

Obtaining[]

Potions of Healing can be obtained in the following ways:

Merchant Prices[]

The following merchants sell Potion of Mana (Lv. 1):

The following merchants sell Potion of Mana (Lv. 20):

The following merchants sell Potion of Mana (Lv. 40):

The following merchants sell Potion of Mana (Lv. 60):

The following merchants sell Potion of Mana (Lv. 80):

The following merchants sell Potion of Mana (Lv. 100):

Trivia[]

  • Prior to the 1.14 Gavel Expansion, it was possible to use Rotten Flesh and other Vanilla Minecraft food items to regenerate Mana (though they may not have proved to be very effective substitutes).
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