How to cure Silence in Dragon's Dogma 2
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How to cure Silence in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Keep the spells rolling.

Spells are vital when you’re fighting all sorts of monsters in Dragon’s Dogma 2. That is why it’s important to always have a curative at hand for Silence, just in case you get affected by this status.

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What potion cures Silence in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

There are a few different ways to cure Silence in Dragon’s Dogma 2. The first is to use a Soothing Brew. They can be crafted in the items menu after collecting the right ingredients: Moonglow and Syrupwort Leaf. The first is a little trickier to find, but you’ll find them growing in a specific area called the Moonglow Garden. It’s west of the Borderwatch Outpost and northwest of Melve.

Where to find Moonglow in Dragon's Dogma 2
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If you’re currently in Vernworth, it might be best to ride an oxcart up to Melve and then set off from there. You can find it at the North Vernworth Oxcart Station.

Once you arrive at the Moonglow Garden, you can pick up the flowers at any time, day or night. However, you may want to approach them during the evening as they’ll glow with a pretty blue shine. If you want to change the time of day, there’s thankfully a campsite nearby across a stone bridge.

The Syrupwort Leaves are easier to collect. Explore the forested areas of this land, and you should be able to pick one up relatively quickly. They have green leaves, a red stalk, and blue orb-like flora on them. When you have both ingredients, combine them both to create a Soothing Brew. It takes 0.10 kg of space. When used it will “invigorate a weary throat,” according to the game’s description.

The second way to fix Silence is by using a Panacea. They can be found within chests around the open world and can be bought from a travelling shopkeeper named Mia. She sells the potion for 5,000G in Melve during my gameplay, but you may spot her in a different area. The game does say her residence is Melve, however.

How to fix other debilitations

There are many more debilitations to keep tabs on, other than Silence. Poison is a particularly gruesome one as it steadily reduces your health. You’ll need a Detoxifying Decoction in this case. Another nasty debilitation is getting tarred. This happens when oil hits your character’s body. This makes them flammable if they come into contact with fire.


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