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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-107834

Potion of Luck has no Brewing Recipe..... And Llamas!

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Works As Intended
    • Affects Version/s: Minecraft 16w39b
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:

      Windows 8.1, Java version is unknown, The computer itself was made by HP, Offline and Online modes affected.

    • Confirmation Status:
      Unconfirmed

      Description

      OK, so first off, I just wanted to say good job on the llamas, they are perfect, a few kinks still, but otherwise fine. Second, the actual bug I'll be reporting. It's the Potion of Luck, it has no Brewing Recipe. I have no idea if this is intended or not, so better safe than sorry. So, yeah, it's actually kinda awkward, seeing as you have access to the Potion of Luck in the Creative Inventory, but there's no way to obtain one in Survival Mode. So, that's kinda it, no brewing a luck potion. I did however have a solution for this problem, and it actually makes sense. So, a rabbit's foot is supposed to be lucky, and a Rabbit's Foot is currently used for the Potion of Leaping. However, the Slime Ball is used to craft, among other things, a Slime Block, which is used for bouncing, among other things. So, simply reconfigure the Potion of Leaping to be brewed with a obviously bouncy Slime Ball, and use the "lucky" Rabbit's Foot for the Potion of Luck! Just a thought, you probably have something even better lined up, but keep it in mind. After all, the Potion of Luck has existed since 1.9, but never had a Brewing Recipe. Like I said, I'm reporting the fact that there is no Brewing Recipe for the Potion of Luck as the bug here and am simply supplying a possible solution to said bug, while at the same time giving you a compliment for your new llamas. Rockatoa, Brickticks out! P.S., I don't think it's really necessary to list a "steps to reproduce" for this one, is there? Considering the subject matter of a lack of content as opposed to the actual defectiveness of one. Bye.

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              brickticks Matthew James Riley
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