Potion/Before 1.9

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NOTE: This table needs to be reviewed. The example potion IDs listed are not pre 1.9.

Potion Effect Regular Level II Extended Splash Level II Splash Extended Splash IDs
Regeneration 8193 8225 8257 16385 16417 16449 10
Swiftness 8194 8226 8258 16386 16418 16450 1
Fire Resistance 8195 8227 (r) 8259 16387 16419 (r) 16451 12
Poison 8196 8228 8260 16388 16420 16452 19
Instant Health 8197 8229 8261 (r) 16389 16421 16453 (r) 6
Night Vision 8198 8230 (r) 8262 16390 16422 (r) 16454 16
Weakness 8200 8232 (r) 8264 16392 16424 (r) 16456 18
Strength 8201 8233 8265 16393 16425 16457 5
Slowness 8202 8234 (r) 8266 16394 16426 (r) 16458 2
Leaping 8203 8235 8267 16395 16427 16459 8
Harming 8204 8236 8268 (r) 16396 16428 16460 (r) 7
Water Breathing 8205 8237 (r) 8269 16397 16429 (r) 16461 13
Invisibility 8206 8238 (r) 8270 16398 16430 (r) 16462 14

(r) = Reverted Potion

  • Bits 0-3 (1, 2, 4 and 8) determine the potion effect. The highest legitimately available is currently 14 decimal = 1110 binary.
  • Bits 0-5 (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32) determine the potion's name.
  • If bit 5 (32) is true, the potion is a level II potion (or, in some cases, a reverted potion).
  • If bit 6 (64) is true, the potion is an extended potion (or, in some cases, a reverted potion).
  • Potions with bits 5 and 6 set to true cannot be brewed.
  • Bits 13 and 14 (8192 and 16384) determines whether the potion is a drinkable potion or a splash potion. If bit 13 is true, it's drinkable. If 14 is true, it's a splash potion.
  • Bits 7-12 and 15 are ignored, so many potions with distinct data values will have the same properties.