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Snake Berry is an ingredient used in cooking.

Obtaining Edit

Snake Berry can be harvested from the plants that spawn in the fields around the city of Portia.

Snakeberries can also be obtained by winning Cross Five minigame.

Usage Edit

Snake Berry can be used in cooking as a fruit or sugary ingredient, eaten by the player, fed to animals, or gifted.

ConsumeEdit

Snake Berry can be consumed by the player to recover 10 Icon HP.

FeedEdit

Snake Berry can be used as food for farm animals in Coop, Shed, or Stable. It provides 16 growth points.

CookEdit

Snake Berry can be used when crafting with the Cooking Set. There is one recipe where it cannot be substituted with other fruit or sugar.

Cooking SetCooking Set Cooking Set
Recipe Effect Ingredients
Icon HP +0.5% per second
Lasts 60 seconds
Nori
Nori
Snake Berry
Snake Berry
Defense + 20
Lasts 120 seconds
Restores 3% Max Icon SP
Restores 5 Icon SP
Meat
Meat
Defense +15
Lasts 30 seconds
CatfishFish
1 Fish
+1% Max Icon SP per second
Lasts 15 seconds
Critical Chance +15%
Lasts 60 seconds
Egg
Egg
Milk
Milk
Restores 60 Icon HP
Meat
Meat
Icon HP +1 per second
Lasts 120 seconds
Item UnknownRandom Ingredient
2 Random Ingredient

GiftEdit

Snake Berry can be given as a gift to other characters.

Social gift Gifting Characters
30?cb=20190209234330Mount Happy
Like: +2
50?cb=20171017092114Oaks
30?cb=20190209234606Mount Neutral
Neutral: +1
50?cb=20171225161938Prompt cityEveryone Else
30?cb=20190209234606Mount Neutral
Neutral: 0
50?cb=20171017091856Ginger
30?cb=20190209234621Mount Unhappy
Dislike: -2
50?cb=20171017092117Pinky
30?cb=20190209234629Mount Very Unhappy
Hate: -5
50?cb=20171229194046Alice
Version
2.0.137882
Listed values are without The Giver skill, which gives an extra point.

Gift values displayed on this chart are for the PC release of My Time at Portia and may not apply to the console releases.


TriviaEdit

  • Alice hates Snake Berries because she used to eat them when she couldn't afford any food.
  • Some of the real-life berries commonly referred to as snake berries are either bitter (or otherwise highly unpleasant tasting), poisonous, or both, and as such are not generally considered as food unless desperate. Certain varieties of snake berries are safe to eat, but have little flavor.
    • For example, with actaea rubra, as few as six berries can induce poisoning in an adult, while as few as two berries can be fatal to a child.
    • However, the parts of two other kinds of snake berries are sometimes used in external treatments for the skin condition eczema: solanum dulcamara's stems and duchesnea indica's leaves.

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