- They can be replenished when you meditate just like potions.
- The +100% Toxicity appears to be meaningless, as of 1.05 on PC. …
- Max toxicity is at least 277 with all the abilities and all the recipes I know about in the base game.
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They do replenish like potions do, as already stated in another answer. They also have vastly greater durations at around 30 minutes.
Decoctions | The Witcher 3 Wiki
Decoctions in the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt are a type of alchemical product akin to Potions. They require Mutagens to be created. Also, they increase Toxicity significantly, but offer substantial advantages. The player will have to manage Geralts Toxicity levels and the trade-offs of using Decoctions in order to be successful. Decoctions do not raise your toxicity level, but rather take up an amount of space on your toxicity bar. This means that decoctions cannot take advantage of certain skills in the alchemy tree (eg: delayed recovery, killing spree).
How does potion of restoration work?
Potion of Restoration is a special potion introduced in the Blood and Wine expansion. It allows the player to redistribute their ability points that were used for mutations but it does not return the mutagens used, so you’ll have to re-gather them to unlock any abilities.
What is the max level in the Witcher 3?
If you’re playing the base game of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the level cap is 70. However, there’s a good chance you’re playing the complete version with the Blood & Wine expansion pack installed. In that case you’ll find the level cap increased to 100.