You’ve likely found some Empty Glass Bottles during your journeys through Vardoran in V Rising. If you’ve already built an Alchemy Table, you can fill those Empty Glass Bottles with water to create helpful potions. This guide will show you how to get water and make a water-filled bottle in V Rising. If you’re having issues finding Empty Glass Bottles, we’ll also go over how to find those.
How to get a Water-filled Bottle in V Rising
Use an Empty Glass Bottle at any body of water to obtain a Water-filled Bottle. Empty Glass Bottles can be crafted at an Alchemy Table using three glasses, or you can pick them up from humans or human camps around Vardoran.
To fill an Empty Glass Bottle with water, equip the Empty Glass Bottle on your action bar. Walk over to any body of water or a well, and click on the Empty Glass Bottle in your action bar. A message will pop up saying +1 Water-filled Bottle, and the Empty Glass Bottle will be consumed and replaced with a Water-filled one.
What are Water-filled Bottles used for in V Rising?
Water-filled Bottles are an ingredient in many crafting recipes at the Alchemy Table. Recipes that require this ingredient include:
- Blood Rose Potion (healing) – 1 Water-filled Bottle, 60 Blood Rose
- Wrangler’s Potion (movement speed) – 1 Water-filled Bottle, 60 Blood Rose
- Holy Resistance Potion (holy resist) – 1 Water-filled Bottle, 2 Scourgestone, 45 Mourning Lily
What is an Empty Glass Bottle used for in V Rising?
An Empty Glass Bottle is a consumable in V Rising that can be used to store liquid. It can be filled at any liquid source like a lake, river, or well. Empty Glass Bottles are primarily used to fill up with water to make potions or as a container for drained blood from prisoners.
Where to Find Glass Bottles in V Rising
Empty Glass Bottles can be crafted at an Alchemy Table using Glass. Use quartz at a furnace to create Glass, or find it from humans and containers in tier 2 and tier 3 areas. Empty Glass Bottles can also be randomly found anywhere in the world, mostly from killing humans and looting chests, barrels, and other containers.