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Splash Potion

A Splash Potion of Weakness

Splash Potions are a special sort of potion that, rather than being consumed, are thrown. They have a small radius of effect around the point of impact.

Brewing a Splash Potion

To create a Splash Potion:

  1. Brew the potion to give it the desired effect. For example, brew a Nether Wart and Spider Eye into a Water Bottle in order to create a Potion of Poison.
  2. Brew gunpowder into the potion.
  3. Players should see that the handle of the potion is now curved, indicating that it is a Splash Potion.
  • Steps one and two are interchangeable (the gunpowder can be added anytime)

Using a Splash Potion

Splash Potions are thrown rather than consumed. Therefore, when the player right-clicks while holding a Splash Potion, they will throw it, causing it to hit and affect all nearby mobs and/or players, or put out nearby fires if it is an untampered splash potion. Splash Potions can also be loaded into a dispenser for redstone-controlled attacks.

Note also that when a Splash Potion is used, the bottle is destroyed, as opposed to simply being emptied when the player drinks from it. And, as with all potions, they do not stack. Therefore, the player must keep a large reserve of bottles if they wish to use many Potions.

Area of Effect

The further away from the center of the explosion, using taxicab geometry with a range of 5 blocks. This was tested with a 60 second splash potion of weakness and the tables below list the effect in both seconds and percent. There is variance within each block, so this is a gradient scale. Damage potions are assumed to follow a similar decrease in potency.

Seconds

10 15 15 15 10
10 20 30 30 30 20 10
15 30 45 50 45 30 15
15 30 50 60 50 30 15
15 30 45 50 45 30 15
10 20 30 30 30 20 10
10 15 15 15 10

Percentage (00 = 100%)

17 25 25 25 17
17 33 50 50 50 33 17
25 50 75 83 75 50 25
25 50 83 00 83 50 25
25 50 75 83 75 50 25
17 33 50 50 50 33 17
17 25 25 25 17

Trivia

  • They are more effective when thrown at the head of something rather than the feet.
  • They reduce the length of the effect by 25% of the original effect.
  • Splash potions of harming will heal undead mobs, such as zombies, skeletons, and zombie pigmen, and splash potions of healing will harm them like their negative counterparts.
  • Splash potions of regeneration and poison have no effect on undead mobs.
  • The bottle o'enchanting has the looks of a consumable potion but is a special type of splash potion.

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