Potion of Healing (r101) [Special]View in Item Database
DescriptionA rather potent potion of healing that looks like it could be a swirling mixture of many other potions. This is a limited gift from Taelia during the Wraith Resurgence plot for donating potions. Potion of Healing

Once per Battle

Average Rating [?]
Attack N/A
Defense N/A
Reflect N/A
Effects For pets with HP 180 or less: *heal* 90 HP, no overheal
For pets with HP between 181 and 600: *heal* 50% of Max. HP
For pets with HP greater than 600: *heal* 300 HP, no overheal
Actual Icons
HEAL HEAL 90-300    
Restocks At N/A
Used By N/A
Special Categorization Wraith Resurgence - This item was an exclusive prize (or ingredient) obtained for participating in the Wraith Resurgence event.
Animated - This item has an image that moves!
Notes Can be equipped with any other items (as long as it's equipped last).
No items can be equipped after you equip it.
Special thanks to gregoroth for lending!
Ratings - Potion of Healing
Price/Power (1/5)
This item is likely one of the best bulk non-percentage healers I have seen on the site. If you have one- why not use it? It feels like no matter the hp of your pet, it would crush things like the Rejuvenating Jar of Brains or the lower end percentage healers like the Velms Healing Potion. So why am I singing this item so much praise while giving it such a low rating here? Likely because it is about double the price it should be.

Countermeasures (4/5)
Look, a max of 300HP heal is fantastic for a bulk number- even the lower end healing options are not horrible, there may even be some interesting arguments for using it before you reach 600. But directly after 600, it becomes infinitely less useful the more hp you get.

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
The price of this item is huge- so huge that you might as well spend a small chunk more and get a Bag of Healing Dust. Sure, it is less impressive in numbers BEFORE 600- but gives you much more room to breathe as you grow.

Other Points (1 Bonus)
For the fact you can have more than one healing item if you are careful. I'll give it an extra point, but honestly, it feels like a niche option. I wouldn't go out of my way to buy one to go with an existing healer

Final Thoughts
It looks really pretty- It has an interesting spot in general. I don't think it will be perfect for everyone- and most people I would not suggest bothering. But if you have one? go for it.

Rated on October 31, 2020

This weapon will only be rated for Regular 1P/2P use, since it doesn't have any niche or league use.

Price (2/3): If your pet has a species healer the price is terribly high. If it doesn't have a species healer and isn't way past 600 HP then this is the cheapest 50% healer you can get since Bag of Healing Dust is almost 3 times its price.
Power (4/5): You will always know what to get. This healer isn't meant for all pets. You need to meet 2 requirements for this item to be for your pet. First your pet must not have a species healer (such as Gelert Healing Remedy for gelerts or Kacheek Life Potion for kacheeks). Second is your pet's health must not go way over 600 HP (the more hp you have after that the less effective this is). If you meet both requirements then this is the best option for you as a 50% healer.
Uniqueness (2/2): As far as I know, this is the only healer with this property, healing over half of your HP at one point, then being a 50% healer until the next point, and then healing a new fixed amount afterwards.

Overall It's an amazing godsend for pets that don't have 50% species healers and don't have 1000+ HP. If your pet's health gets too high it'd be better to sell this and buy a Bag of Healing Dust instead. Because of that its final rating is 8/10.

Rated on April 20, 2019