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Snapdragon seed

Snapdragon seeds can be planted in a herb patch with level 62 Farming in order to produce grimy snapdragons. They can be obtained from monsters, farming contracts, as a reward from larran’s big chest or as a very rare loot from pickpocketing Master Farmers.

Planting snapdragon seeds can be profitable, as long as the player takes precautions to minimise disease. The use of ultracompost (or the enhanced Fertile Soil spell) is strongly recommended to help prevent disease and increase the average yield to where a decent profit can be made.

Note: A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing herb.

Contents

  • 1 Farming info
  • 2 Item sources
  • 3 Growth stages
  • 4 Changes

Farming info [ edit | edit source ]

Snapdragon seed
Level required 62
Patch Herb
Seed Snapdragon seed
Seeds per 1
Payment No
Growth time 80 min (4×20 min)
Crop Grimy snapdragon
Yield 3+ (varies)
Regrow No
Experience
Planting XP 87.5 [1]
Checking XP No
Harvesting XP 98.5 xp
  1. ↑ This experience is gained upon harvesting the herb, rather than when planting it.

Item sources [ edit | edit source ]

Source Level Quantity Rarity Trailblazer regions
Aberrant spectre 96 1 1/159
Abhorrent spectre 253 1 3 × 1/159
Abyssal Sire 350 2 1/248.2
Alchemical Hydra 426 2–3 2 × 1/450.9
Ancient Wyvern 210 1 1/589.3
Ancient Zygomite 109 1 Rare
Ankou Level 98 98 1 1/19,912
Ankou (m) 75–98 1 1/20,960
Arrg Normal 113 1 1/1,412
Barbarian Assault/Rewards High N/A 3–4 1/32
Berry 71 1 1/1,412
Black Knight Titan 120; 210 1 1/17,777
Brimstone chest N/A 3–5 1/60
Bryophyta (m) 128 1 1/4,122.1
Callisto 470 3 5/128
Cave abomination 206 1 1/167.8
Cave horror 80 1 1/167.8
Cave kraken 127 1 1/786.7
Colossal Hydra 309 1 1/755.2
Cyclops Level 106 106 1 1/6,986.7
Cyclops Level 81 56; 76; 81 1 1/20,960
Cyclops Level 56 56; 76; 81 1 1/20,960
Cyclops Level 76 56; 76; 81 1 1/20,960
Dagannoth (Waterbirth Island) Level 90 90 1 1/3,020.8
Dagannoth (Waterbirth Island) Level 88 88 1 1/3,020.8
Dagannoth Prime 303 1 1/431.5
Dagannoth Supreme 303 1 1/431.5
Dagannoth 74; 92 1 1/167.8
Dark beast 182 1 1/755.2
Demonic gorilla 275 2 1/178.6
Deranged archaeologist 276 1 1/1,142.9
Deviant spectre 169 1 1/188.8
Dragon impling jar 6 1/19
Drake 192 1 1/2,006
Earth warrior 51 1 1/1,490.5
Enclave guard 83 1 1/1,412
Feral Vampyre 61–130 1 1/1,412
General Graardor 624 1 8/127
Giant Rock Crab 137 1 1/3,020.8
Giant Sea Snake 149 1 1/1,916.3
Gorad 68 1 1/1,788.6
Greater Nechryael 200 1–2 1/604.2
Guardian Drake 386 1 1/2,006
Hespori 284 1 2/80
Hobgoblin (m) 28; 42; 47 1 1/2,235.7
Hydra 194 1 1/755.2
Ice giant Level 67 67 1 1/2,063.8
Ice giant Level 53 (m) 53 1 1/3,353.6
Ice troll female 82 1 1/1,412
Ice troll female 82 1 1/2,439
Ice troll grunt 102 1 1/2,439
Ice troll male 82 1 1/1,412
Ice troll male 82 1 1/2,439
Ice troll runt 74 1 1/1,412
Ice troll runt 74 1 1/2,439
Ice warrior (m) 57 1 1/1,490.5
Iorwerth Archer 90 1 1/188.8
Iorwerth Warrior 108 1 1/177.7
Jogre 53; 58 1 1/1,802.6
King Sand Crab 107 1 1/3,020.8
King kurask 295 1 3 × 1/195.1
Kurask 106 1 1/195.1
Larran’s big chest N/A 4–6 1/60
Larran’s small chest N/A 2–4 1/60
Lizardman brute 73 1 1/936.2
Lizardman shaman 150 1 1/446.4
Lizardman 53; 62 1 1/1,215.7
Lizardman 53; 62 1 1/1,089.9
Lobstrosity 68 1 1/6,183.2
Lobstrosity 68 1 1/557
Locust rider 68; 98; 106 1 1/1,510.4
Long-tailed Wyvern 152 1 1/1,098.2
Magpie impling jar 1 1/20
Martin the Master Gardener 38 1 1/2,083
Master Farmer 38 1 1/2,083
Mogre 60 1 1/2,063.8
Mole claw N/A 1 Rare
Mole skin N/A 1 Rare
Moss giant Level 84 84 1 1/766.5
Moss giant (m) 42; 48; 84 1 1/766.5
Mountain troll 69; 71 1 1/1,412
Nechryael 115 1–2 1/152.1
Nechryarch Normal 1–2 3 × 1/152.1
Nechryarch 300 1–2 3 × 1/604.2
Night beast 374 1 1/755.2
Ogre chieftain 81 1 1/1,412
Ogre 53; 58; 63 1 1/1,412
Ogress Shaman (m) 82 1 1/4,862.7
Ogress Warrior (m) 82 1 1/4,862.7
Repugnant spectre 335 1 3 × 1/188.8
Sarachnis 318 1–3 1/1,180
Scarab mage 66; 93 1 1/1,510.4
Screaming twisted banshee 144 1 3 × 1/232.4
Seed pack N/A 1 4/44
Shadow Wyrm 267 1 3 × 1/597.9
Skeletal Wyvern 140 1 2/128
Skeleton (Shayzien Crypts) 132 1 1/330,000
Skeleton fremennik 40; 50; 60 1 1/1,341.4
Sourhog 37 1 1/960.7
Spiked Turoth 244 1 1/167.8
Spitting Wyvern 139 1 1/1,098.2
Stone chest 1 1/4,192
Supply crate N/A 1–3 Varies
Taloned Wyvern 147 1 1/1,098.2
Temple Spider 75 1 1/3,493.3
Thermonuclear smoke devil 301 2 2/128
Thrower Troll 67 1 1/1,412
Tortured gorilla 141; 142 1 Rare
Tortured soul 59 1 1/1,341.4
Tree spirit 14–159 1 1/215.8
Troll spectator 71 1 1/1,412
Turoth 83; 85; 87; 89 1 1/167.8
Twig 71 1 1/1,412
Twisted Banshee 89 1 1/232.4
Undead Druid 105 1 1/1,746.7
Vorkath 392; 732 1 2 × 1/112.3
Vyrewatch Sentinel 151 1 1/19,492.8
Vyrewatch 87–125 1 1/209,999
Wallasalki 98 1 1/3,020.8
Waterfiend 115 1 1/755.2
Wyrm 99 1 1/597.9
Zombie (Shayzien Crypts) 132 1 1/330,000
Zulrah 725 1 2 × 2/248

Growth stages [ edit | edit source ]

Stage Image Diseased Dead
1 N/A N/A
2
3
4
5 N/A N/A

Changes [ edit | edit source ]

The appearance of herbs planted in herb patches now match the herb’s appearance in the player’s inventory.

Players can now dig up healthy herb patches before they’re fully grown. To prevent players from gaining experience repeatedly by planting and digging up herb seeds, they experience usually gained from planting them are now given when harvesting them, alongside the usual harvesting experience.

Snapdragon seeds can be planted in a herb patch with level 62 Farming in order to produce grimy snapdragons. They can be obtained from monsters, farming contracts, as a reward from larran's big chest or as a very rare loot from pickpocketing Master Farmers.

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Farming

Contents

  • 1 Description
  • 2 Overview
  • 3 Obtaining the Skill
  • 4 Prerequisites
  • 5 How to Farm
  • 6 Experience Chart

Description [ edit | edit source ]

You’ve got to get your hands dirty before you eat. (Basic Farming flavor text)
The earth doesn’t lie. (Average Farming flavor text)

Overview [ edit | edit source ]

Farming is a Secondary Skill which can be performed at the Public Farm portion of Old Maury’s Farm. The skill is used primarily to grow Ingredients, which are further used during Cooking.

Obtaining the Skill [ edit | edit source ]

The player can farm after the completion of Irine’s Farming for Fun and Profit quest.

Prerequisites [ edit | edit source ]

Additionally, the player must possess Seeds to plant, a Sickle to harvest when the seeds have matured, as well as Watering Cans to water the plants, both of which can be purchased from Maury on Maury’s Farm. Watering cans and seeds are consumed as they get used; the sickle is indestructible.

How to Farm [ edit | edit source ]

Farming can be performed on five plots, four of which are public and one of which are private. A map of the locations are shown above, with the private plot on the far right. The number of seeds you can plant at any given time increases with your farming level. Each of the five farm channels has 168 possible available public plots for you to plant as many of the seeds as you can plant, however the plots are used by all players in the game. Space is therefore limited and often runs out. On the other hand, the private lot will always have space for planting, however you are limited to planting one seed in the private lot.

At this point, a yellow and a blue status bar will appear over your plant. The yellow bar indicates the time remaining until the plant will be ready to harvest, gradually filling. The blue bar indicates the time remaining before the plant needs to be watered, gradually depleting. The time remaining before harvesting always exceeds the time remaining before watering, so at least one watering can must be used. Mousing-over the plot will also display more precise details about the resources of the plant. The amount of water a plant can hold at any one time is limited. If the limit is exceeded and the plant can no longer be watered, a red X appears when mousing-over the plant. However, this doesn’t mean the plant will not require more water in the future. Conversely, it is possible to provide more water than is necessary. The player must therefore pay close attention to the amount of time remaining before harvesting vs. the amount of water available to decide when and whether to water.

When the yellow bar has filled, the plant can be harvested by left clicking on the plant. The harvested item then is placed in farm storage, which can be accessed by talking to Maury in the Public Farm, where the item will be stored for 15 days. After this time, the item will disappear if not acquired from Maury and placed into your own inventory.

You can also toggle the farming Status Board by clicking on the button below the user information in the upper left. This will display all the seeds currently being planted, as well as details regarding the harvest and water progress, information about the number of public plots available, and the ability to toggle whether or not the location of your plants appear in the minimap at the bottom center of the screen.

1 Description 2 Overview 3 Obtaining the Skill 4 Prerequisites 5 How to Farm 6 Experience Chart You’ve got to get your hands dirty before you eat. (Basic Farming flavor text) The earth doesn’t lie. (Average Farming flavor text) Farming is a Secondary Skill which can be performed at the Public…

Good chapters for seed farming with 3D/2D switch?

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition

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User Info: LamuseWelkar
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You can get at least 50 strength seeds/hour just by killing Brownies.

Normally, sure. Not full draconian, though.

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User Info: FFnut

You can get at least 50 strength seeds/hour just by killing Brownies.

Normally, sure. Not full draconian, though.

User Info: DuranmanX4

You can get at least 50 strength seeds/hour just by killing Brownies.

Normally, sure. Not full draconian, though.

Why cheese a full Draconian run?

User Info: DuranmanX4

You can get at least 50 strength seeds/hour just by killing Brownies.

Normally, sure. Not full draconian, though.

When I think of someone who plays a full Draconian game, I think of someone who hates challenge and looks for an easy way to scum stat seeds.

For Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition on the Nintendo Switch, a GameFAQs message board topic titled “Good chapters for seed farming with 3D/2D switch?”.

Farming Contents 1 Description 2 Overview 3 Obtaining the Skill 4 Prerequisites 5 How to Farm 6 Experience Chart Description You've got to get your hands