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Furious1964

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Thank, Epidemia78. Final thing...my Dayblooms and Nightshades died for Botania. Are they supposed to do that? Is there a way to make them last longer?
 

erindalc

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Thank, Epidemia78. Final thing...my Dayblooms and Nightshades died for Botania. Are they supposed to do that? Is there a way to make them last longer?
Yes, this was a semi-recent addition called decay. Passive flowers decay after a period of time.

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KhrFreak

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yes they're supposed to do that, either upgrade your mana gen to non-passive flowers, or upgrade botania to the latest version and apply enchanted soil underneath them to prevent them from dying
 

Tbsc

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Out of curiosity, how is a "passive" flower defined?
Pretty sure that it means it being self sufficient, like the daybloom, you just plant it and here you have, infinite (just slow) mama generation.

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Furious1964

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yes they're supposed to do that, either upgrade your mana gen to non-passive flowers, or upgrade botania to the latest version and apply enchanted soil underneath them to prevent them from dying
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Found the newest one. Thanks.
 

Everlasting2

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Out of curiosity, how is a "passive" flower defined?
passive flowers are : dayblooms,nightshades,hydrogeaos(how ever u spell them )

enchanted soil is not a normal crafting recipe nei wont show it
its planting an overgrowth seed on grass or dirt , alas overgrowth seeds are dungeon and gai2 loot only
 
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krazy_kow

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Does Botanias Terra Shatterer remember how much mana I put into it between each rank or will it reset if I grab it while it is charging?
 

rouge_bare

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It does remember it's charge. Bear in mind having it activated will drain the charge, so only activate when needed.