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Recipe for Padfoot potion
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Whoever is hard of hearing, has uneven and noisy footsteps and treads heavily, let him brew this to sharpen the ears and loosen the limbs, that he may step quietly as a mouse and lighten his burden.
Description
Type
Book
Source
Herb Woman
Herbalist
Herbalist Kunhuta
Villager (herbalist)
Treasure map XXIV
Weight
Kg
Price
390 Groschen

The Recipe for Padfoot potion is an alchemy recipe book in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. It allows Henry to brew the Padfoot potion at an Alchemy bench.

(missing distill as last step)

Padfoot

Whoever is hard of hearing, has uneven and noisy footsteps and treads heavily, let him brew this to sharpen the ears and loosen the limbs, that he may step quietly as a mouse and lighten his burden.

You will need water, a handful of valerian, one of eyebright and one of chamomile, as well as a cobweb.
Drop the cobweb and eyebright in the cauldron.
Boil the mixture for three turns.
Grind the valerian.
Add the valerian to the cauldron and boil for one turn.
Leave the cauldron to cool.
Grind the chamomile.
Add the chamomile to the cauldron, but do not boil.

Aqua
1× Cobweb 1× Eyebright
1× Valerian 1× Chamomile

Padfoot

Whoever is hard of hearing, has uneven and noisy footsteps and treads heavily, let him brew this to sharpen the ears and loosen the limbs, that he may step quietly as a mouse and lighten his burden.

You will need water, a handful of valerian, one of eyebright and one of chamomile, as well as a cobweb.
Drop the cobweb and eyebright in the cauldron.
Boil the mixture for three turns.
Grind the valerian.
Add the valerian to the cauldron and boil for one turn.
Leave the cauldron to cool.
Grind the chamomile.
Add the chamomile to the cauldron, but do not boil.


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