Availability of Mana Potions

Joe99

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I recently finished all quests as a rogue and am now playing through the game as a mage. The biggest difference I have found between the two classes is the need to rest at inns as a mage, but not as a rogue. As a rogue, I could carry healing potions and hardly ever needed to rest at an inn. As a mage, I need to keep resting at inns to replenish mana, since mana potions are available in very few locations. I am curious what other mage players have done regarding replenishing mana, and why mana potions are not as readily available from alchemists, compared to healing potions.
 

Alan_SP

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I generally don't use potions. Instead, I rely on recoveries. Potions are more for situations where you don't have recoveries, but you're very close to achieving something important. Or, when you need them to buff yourself (or companion) for some special boss fight.
 

p4ran0id

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Just try a delicious Omelett

Better not to rely on potions, but if you enter ARK or SoH, omelett can be your best friend ;)
 

Duck123

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I just have a lot of mana and don’t use weapons that use mana, I don’t have any problems I haven’t tried the ark or soh but I can clear any other dungeons completely without potions
 

Sylvaelion

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Haven't played on mage so not sure of how it contrasts/compares, but a few runs of Sunken Citadel net me enough mp pots from the Ashen Minos to last a bit on my cleric. I could just be lucky on the drop rate, but seems decent.
 

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