How to Get a Gravitation Potion in Terraria

Exploring the world of Terraria may be difficult as there are lots of locations with dangerous surroundings. One of the most interesting areas to explore is the Floating Islands. These are rare locations that you can find in the sky. Unlike other biomes Floating Islands can’t be reached on foot and one of the easiest ways to get there is using Gravitation Potion. This guide will tell you how to get this one.

Gravitation Potion in Terraria

Gravitation Potion in Terraria is a very interesting item with a unique effect. It reverses the gravity effect for a player, making you “falling” to the sky. It lasts for 3 minutes and is probably the best way to explore the sky and find the Floating Islands.

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How to Get Gravitation Potion in Terraria

Gravitation Potion in Terraria is a useful item, but it may be not so easy to get. The easiest way to obtain the potion is simply to find it. Usually, it drops from Chests and Pots in the Underground. However, you may reach a point when you need to visit one of the Floating Islands, but you haven’t found the potion yet. So, this is not the most stable way of obtaining it.

In case you need the Gravitation Potion immediately, you can craft it with Alchemy Station. To do this you need to bring one copy of each of the next ingredients: Fireblossom, Deathweed, Blinkroot, and Feather. You can find Fireblossom in the Underworld, Deathweed in the Corruption/Crimson, Blinkroot in Underground caves, and Feather as a drop from Harpies. Mixing all of these with a Bottle of Water on Alchemy Station will give you the Gravitation Potion.

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