With the wealth of challenges that you have to face off against in Bloodstained, you might be forgiven for assuming healing is bountiful and easy to come by. You would be wrong. Healing items are incredibly scarce in this game unless you’re willing to shell out your hard-earned gold, so you need to know how to keep your health as high as possible if you want to survive.
Knowing how to heal in Bloodstained: Ritual of the night is essential, which is why we’ve put together this handy guide. After all, you can’t be expected to take down an infinite number of demons on an empty stomach, especially not when some of them can kill you in one hit.
How To Heal In Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night
Healing in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night comes in a few forms. The easiest and the cheapest way is to head over to a save room. By interacting with the save room, you’ll automatically regain all of your health and mana. The best thing about this method is that it’s free.
If you prefer to have your healing on the go, then there are a couple of ways to do so. For starters, you can actually get a couple of Shards which help you heal, one of which is from a boss called the Bloodless.
You can also carry around different items. Potions can be bought from Dominique or crafted by Johannes. Plus, if you fancy yourself a bit of a chef, you can always do some cooking with Johannes in order to have some exceptionally potent healing items on you. You just need to stay stocked up on ingredients to do so, which you can usually buy from Dominique.