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Revision as of 04:26, 3 November 2013


Inventory icon of White Herb

1 × 2
Stack: 20

A white herb used to make Spirit Liqueur.

Methods to Obtain


A spot left behind by a Polar Hornet upon defeat.

Monster drop


White Herbs can be obtained, rarely, as a result of random synthesis, particularly using three random herbs or three random potions. No specific recipe can produce them reliably and consistently.



A white herb may be obtained after giving a Brown Pine Mushroom to a deer (NPC) in Corrib valley.

Used In


Name Minimum Total Materials[1] Item Rank Skill Rank
White Paint at least 1 Water, 1 Fish, and 10 White Herbs N N

Potion Making

Name Minimum Total Materials[1] Item Rank Skill Rank

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Synthesis (Fixed Recipe)

Name Total Materials Needed to Make Rank
Mana Herb ×3 Bloody Herb ×1 Sunlight Herb ×1 White Herb ×1 Novice
Poison Herb ×3 Bloody Herb ×1 Sunlight Herb ×1 Mana Herb ×1 White Herb ×1 Base Herb ×1 F
Synthesized Violet x1 Violet x1 Arat Crystal x1 White Herb x1 Novice

[Daily Quest] Red's Favor

Where Who Objective
Physis (Unfrozen lake) Spy Red Deliver 5 White Herbs


  1. 1.0 1.1 This column is for the minimum number of each material required to actually produce a complete item within the least number of attempts and not the number of materials required for a single attempt (note that some items can be completed in a single attempt and in this case, the two are the same).