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Warped Wart Item (Blue Nether Wart)

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    IcedPotato432 commented
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    I like the idea, however, I think it would make sense if the warped awkward potion could be used with the normal potion items(blaze powder, glistening melon, etc.) to create different potion effects such as blindness, mining fatigue, levitation. I think it would be cool to have access to some of the other Minecraft effects in survival. Phantom membrane can give you levitation instead of slow falling. Blaze powder could give you mining fatigue. golden carrot could give you blindness.

     

    In other words, I want more potions.

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    Could be used to brew potions using honey bottles or maybe milk bottles

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    MrD1085277 commented
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    My suggestion is anti-potions that neutralize the specific effect of the counterpart. I made a separate post about it:
    https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360058028732-Warped-Wart-and-anti-potions

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    GarLLiaX commented
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    I think the "nether wart" should be renamed "Crimson Wart" and the "nether wart block" should be renamed "Crimson wart block".

    And they should add "blue nether brick"

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    alex commented
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    Using Warped Wart instead of Nether Wart should allow potions to have both Redstone and Glowstone added or potentially reach tier III, but to balance it out it should add a random negative effect to positive-effect potions, or a random positive effect to negative-effect potions.

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    PastaOnPizza commented
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    I agree, because they added Warped Wart Block they should have also added Warped Wart

    Nether Wart could also change name to Crimson Wart, to fit more.

    And it would be useful if the Wart Blocks could disappear like leaves on trees since they are plants.

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    TromboneBoi4 commented
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    Maybe the warped wart could be obtained from the sprouts like how you get seeds from tall grass.

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    the warped potions should bring other effects in like levitation and nausea yes, but should It also be used as a way to bring functionality to "garbage" potions like bland and thick potions? this would be useful to people new to Minecraft experimenting with the brewing system, like a revert wart to change these to water or awkward potions, or gaining those unused effects.

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    SirPancake788 commented
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    What if instead of being netherwart 2, it was unique. The nether currently has no crops for food. What about Nether Sprout Soup? Or something like that? A blue soup made from sprouts, eating it has a chance to give an effect, like 50% nothing, 40% fire resistance, 10% nausea or wither. 

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    andy a commented
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    I was also thinking of warped wart items, but the already-corrupted potions didn't occur to me and would be a cool idea. I was thinking maybe it would grow naturally in soul sand valleys as it would fit the blue theme.

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    serbon34 commented
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    Bowl + crimson nether wart + warped nether wart = nether stew

    It's my dream

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    JFM247 commented
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    Blue way Blue Nether Wart can be used is to bring Luck and Decay Potions since they have just been sitting around in Creative Inventory for the longest time.

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    truggles1 commented
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    You should also be able to uncraft nether wart blocks

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    truggles1 commented
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    The potions would have level 3 and 4 and use all of the effects like nausea, fatal poison and blindness. And can grow like nether wart

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    ClamDove commented
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    similar to what IcedPotato432 said (https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360057750591-Warped-Wart-Item-Blue-Nether-Wart-?page=1#community_comment_360009507312), i think warped wart should be used instead of nether wart when brewing potions. using warped wart would create warped potions—potions w/ the opposite of the effect they would have if nether wart was used. warped potions would have different potion ids than potions created w/o it. using fermented spider eyes on warped potions would still invert the effect of the potion—ex. water bottle + warped wart = warped awkward potion, warped awkward potion + sugar = slowness potion (warped), slowness potion (warped) + fermented spider eye = swiftness potion (warped).

    i dont think that warped wart and fermented spider eyes should be entirely interchangeable. perhaps warped wart potions would give different inverse effects than fermented spider eyes in some cases—ex. warped awkward potion + golden carrot = blindness, whereas awkward potion + golden carrot = night vision potion, night vision potion + fermented spider eye = invisibility.

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    I had a very similar idea to this, but instead of growing in Warped Forest, Warped Nether Wart would grow in between Soul Sand Valleys and Warped Forests on Soul Soil. Because It is rare to find Soul Sand Valleys and Warped Forests touching, Warped Nether Wart could be used as an ingredient of a whole new potion, a potion that I may or may not made a post about :3

    Anyways, good idea! Have an up-vote  (:

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    U U commented
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    Warped wart should work like nether wart except its blue except maybe it could make a new potion? also maybe it could be placed in bastions.

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    I wish the Warped Warts can be another brewing ingredient but why not as a food crop instead.

    Warped Warts can only grow from Nether Sprouts. To grow them, you need to plant it from Soul Soil instead of Soul Sand. A fully grown sprout drops 2-3 Warped Warts and 2 Nether Sprouts.

    You can then craft Warped Warts to create Warped Dough in the same way as you make bread. It fills less hunger than bread and gives slowness due to it being grown on Soul Soil. You can cook the Warped Dough in the furnace, campfires, and smoker to give Puffed Warts which fills more hunger than bread without Slowness but less than cooked Pork since Hoglins drop those and is deemed a good food source in the Nether. 

    You can craft Warped Warts in a full grid to make Warped Wart Blocks but like Nether Wart Blocks, you cannot craft them back to Warped Warts. You can also craft Blue Nether Bricks from Warped Warts just like for Red Nether Bricks.

    If you still want Warped Warts as a potion, why not make a new subset of potions where it is both a food item and giving potion effects. Just combine a Puffed Wart with the potion in the crafting bench to make Soaked Puffed Wart of (Potion Effect), it reduces the hunger fill to be less than the Warped Dough and grants you the potion effect.

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    It could maybe have something to do with the fletching table.

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    TS820 commented
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    Maybe it could be placed on Soul Soil, instead of soul sand, just to separate it from Nether Wart

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    Helen OfBorg commented
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    I was just about to suggest this idea myself, looks like you beat me to it! However, I wouldn't give it a corrupting effect because this already exists in the form of fermented spiders eye. What I would do is make a whole new set of potion effects which could only be obtained using warped nether wart. So basically, use it same as the regular variety to make the potion base, and then the additional items would have different effects.

    For example, adding a carrot to an awkward potion gives you a potion of night vision (corrupted version using fermented spiders eye gives a potion of invisibility), but adding one to a warped potion could give you the ability to see clearly in swamp water (very useful if you're looking for clay), and a corrupted version when a fermented spiders eye can be used in addition could make trees semi-transparent and allow you to see hostile mobs hiding in the woods. My point is that there are loads of possibilities without recreating what already exists from another easily obtainable item, but the idea of a warped nether wart is a great one and should be considered for a future update, it can double the number of potions we can brew!

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    Potion
    Andrea blue nether bricks

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    Limit Levi commented
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    Brilliant