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Basically, in Survival Island, you're going to need to need to heal your Pokémon in the field. But, without the family-friendly PokéMarts around, you're gonna have to make them all yourself.

Posted by ferriswheel42 on Sep 27th, 2012
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Crafting Basics: Berries and Potions


Basically, in Survival Island, you're going to need to need to heal your Pokémon in the field. But, without the family-friendly PokéMarts around, you're gonna have to make them all yourself.

Background

Berries have been around since Generation II, but in Survival Island they use the Generation III berry mechanics.

Finding berries out in the wild is a pretty simple process, but knowing what to do with them is a little more complicated. Sitrus berries are one half of the main ingredients to all healing solutions. On their own, they heal a small portion of health, but when combined with Qualot berries (formerly only a Pokéblock ingredient), they become much more potent. All potions and healing solutions can be crafted at a brewing pot.

Chart

Here's the crafting chart:



Farming

Farming berries is easy. First, you need to find a berry plant and pick the berries. Then, plant the berry in soil. Different types of berries take longer to grow, but usually not much longer than a few hours of gameplay. When fully grown, pick and repeat. It's a good habit to always keep a berry in your inventory so that you can always re-grow a berry plant when you run out.

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Mexicouger
Mexicouger Sep 27 2012, 1:03am says:

I really like this concept. Good job!

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RaCuGa
RaCuGa Sep 27 2012, 6:18pm says: Online

Yea, good concept. Tracking :D

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BluishGreenPro
BluishGreenPro Sep 28 2012, 12:12am says:

No need for other materials like the plastics for the potion bottles? Perhaps instead you could hold onto used ones and refill them.

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