Fae Farm: How to Make Fairbreath Potion

A Fairbreath Potion is necessary to take on the Floating Ruins.

Fae Farm Floating Ruins Misasma
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Fae Farm eases you into its dungeon mechanics with the first dungeon, Saltwater Mines. So, by the time that you are ready to enter the second dungeon, the Floating Ruins, you will be a seasoned pro. However, there’s one significant difference between the first and second dungeon, and that is the fact that you will be constantly afflicted by the miasma infesting the dungeon, with a bar at the top of the screen that shows you how long you have until it becomes suffocating. Fortunately, there’s a way to avoid the miasma, and it involves brewing a Fairbreath Potion.

How to Survive the Miasma and Brew a Fairbreath Potion in Fae Farm

Before now, you will have seen small areas of Miasma from the Spooky Woods to the Elf Village. They have been no big deal and can be easily run over as the effect bar quickly depletes when not in direct contact. However, since the miasma has completely flooded the Floating Ruins, you will need to brew Fairbreath Potions to be able to survive the Floating Ruins.

Fae Farm Potion Brewing Cauldron
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The first thing that you need to do before you can craft a Fairbreath Potion is to make sure that you have crafted a Potion Brewing Cauldron on your Homestead. As long as you spent some time mining in the Saltwater Mines, you should have or be close to having the required number of materials, which are as follows:

Potion Brewing Cauldron Materials

  • x2 Iron Ingot.
  • x2 Copper Ingot.
  • x2 Oak Lumber.
  • x20 Rough Citrine.
  • x20 Rough Peridot.

Once you have your fancy new cauldron and are all ready to live out your inner teenage witch dreams, simply interact with it to bring up the potion menu. As you level up and further the story, you will unlock new potions to brew. There are three sizes of Fairbreath Potion that you can craft. The difference between them is the duration that they are active.

Fae Farm Fairbreath Potion
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Fairbreath PotionMaterials RequiredDuration Active
Small Fairbreath PotionSteel Cut Clover x2
Blob Gobs x1
Six in-game hours
Medium Fairbreath PotionSteel Cut Clover x3
Blob Gobs x2
Spore Essence x2
Nine in-game hours
Large Fairbreath PotionSteel Cut Clover x4
Blob Gobs x3
Spore Essence x3
Blue Starch Bits x2
Fifteen in-game hours

Related: Fae Farm Floating Ruins Guide

All of the necessary materials for the Fairbreath Potion are crafted from resources that you collect. You can craft them from the following:

Fairbreath Potion MaterialsHow to Craft
Steel Cut CloverUse the Potion Ingredients Station to turn Clover Feed into Steel Cut Clover at a rate of 4:1.
Blob GobsDeposit Bloblins into the Fae Critter Conservatory to receive Blob Gobs at a rate of 1:1.
Spore EssenceUse the Potion Ingredients Station to turn Sporeweed into Spore Essence at a rate of 4:1.
Blue Starch BitsGrow potatoes in the Fae farming plots, and use Magic Crop Swap Fertilizer on Growing Potatoes for a chance of growing Azure Spuds. Harvest Azure Spud and then use the Potion Ingredients Station to chop them into Blue Starch Bits at a rate of 1:3.

Now that you have crafted your Fairbreath Potion, you are ready to dive deep into the Floating Ruins and find out the source of the miasma that has been plaguing the Elf Village.

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Priscilla Wells

Priscilla is a weekend editor and freelance writer for Prima Games. She is an Australian living in the United States with her family. Priscilla has grown up playing video games, and most often plays her PS5 and Nintendo Switch consoles.