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Potion Permit Tool Guide

September 23, 2022

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 

This Potion Permit Tool Guide will tell you what your Tools do and how you can upgrade your Tools to be much more useful (and more powerful, too)!

How to Use Your Tools in Potion Permit

Each of your three Tools has different uses for collecting Materials in Potion Permit. Here's how to use them:

 

  • Sickle - Collecting Plants
  • Axe - Chopping down Trees, breaking Shields on enemies
  • Hammer - Breaking rocks, breaking enemy Armor

All three Tools can be used against Monsters and each has its own upsides and downsides in combat.


How to Upgrade Your Tools in Potion Permit

You can upgrade a Potion Permit Tool by going to the Heart and Sparks shop and paying a fee. The upgrade is instant.

 
 

Be warned -- you may need to complete a quest to upgrade the Shop if you're looking to upgrade to higher Tiers.


How to Upgrade the Blacksmith in Potion Permit

You can upgrade the Blacksmith by opening up access to the next area of the game. Gaining access to the Glaze Iceberg will cause a new notification to pop up on the Bulletin Boards in town, prompting you to gather resources to upgrade the shop. The second upgrade requires resources found in the Glaze Iceberg, and the third upgrade requires resources found in the Barren Wasteland.

 
 

Potion Permit Tool Guide - Upgrade List Heart and Sparks Anvil

Potion Permit Tool Upgrade List

Here's what it costs to upgrade your Tools at Heart and Spark:


Sickle


Iron Sickle

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 900 Gold, 120 Wood, 90 Stone

Steel Sickle

 
 
  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 1,800 Gold, 360 Wood, 270 Stone

Mythril Sickle

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 3,600 Gold, 1,080 Wood, 810 Stone

Axe


Iron Axe

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 1,050 Gold, 110 Wood, 90 Stone

Steel Axe

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 2,100 Gold, 330 Wood, 270 Stone

Mythril Axe

 
 
  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost -  4,200 Gold, 990 Wood, 810 Stone

Hammer


Iron Hammer

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 1,100 Gold, 125 Wood, 100 Stone

Steel Hammer

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 2,100 Gold, 375 Wood, 300 Wood

Mythril Hammer

  • Result - +1 Swing
  • Cost - 4,400 Gold, 1,125 Wood, 900 Stone

Health


Health Expand 1

  • Result - Adds around +10% Health.
  • Cost - 650 Gold, 100 Wood, 80 Stone

Health Expand 2

  • Result - Adds around +10% Health.
  • Cost - 1,300 Gold, 300 Wood, 240 Stone

Health Expand 3

  • Result - Adds around +10% Health.
  • Cost - 1,950 Gold, 500 Wood, 400 Stone

Health Expand 4

  • Result - Adds around +10% Health.
  • Cost - 2,600 Gold, 900 Wood, 720 Stone

Health Expand 5

  • Result - Adds around +10% Health.
  • Cost - 3,250 Gold, 1,500 Wood, 1,200 Stone

Cauldron


Cauldron Upgrade 1

  • Result - Allows for +1 Material in the Cauldron.
  • Cost - 1,000 Gold, 250 Wood, 200 Stone

Cauldron Upgrade 2

  • Result - Allows for +1 Material in the Cauldron.
  • Cost - 2,000 Gold, 750 Wood, 600 Stone

Cauldron Upgrade 3

  • Result - Allows for +1 Material in the Cauldron.
  • Cost - 3,000 Gold, 1,250 Wood, 1,000 Stone

Cauldron Upgrade 4

  • Result - Allows for +1 Material in the Cauldron.
  • Cost - 4,000 Gold, 2,250 Wood, 1,800 Stone

Cauldron Upgrade 5

  • Result - Allows for +1 Material in the Cauldron.
  • Cost - 5,000 Gold, 3,750 Wood, 3,000 Stone

We're at the end of our Potion Permit Tool Guide -- why not have a look at some of our other guides below?

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Developer
MassHive Media
Publisher
PQube
Platforms
PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Release Date
September 22,2022
Genre
Simulation, RPG, Indie
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