The Sleeping Pot is one of the items in Elden Ring that you wouldn't think can play a large role in your fights. After all, there are much better options, such as the Fire and Poison Pot, that can deal more damage and be more effective at taking enemies down. The Sleeping Pot doesn't do straight damage to an enemy but instead, helps to put them to sleep or at the very least, make them drowsy.
If you want to try and use this item in Elden Ring, you will need to find its recipe for the Crafting Kit. Like with all other recipes, you can acquire its recipe from a specific cookbook. Moreover, you need the specific variant of this cookbook in order to learn the recipe.
To see where you can find the recipe for the Sleeping Pot in Elden Ring, check out the guide below.
Get Sleeping Pot recipe in Elden Ring
The Sleeping Pot recipe is found in the Fervor's Cookbook (1). Unlike with some of the Armorer's Cookbooks, this cookbook variant is found on a corpse in a random location on the Lands Between map.
Luckily, you don't need to go far in order to find the cookbook. You will need to head to Summonwater Village, which is home to a Tibia Mariner boss. This location is found directly west of the Third Church of Marika in the East Limgrave region.
However, the Fervor's Cookbook (1) isn't found directly in the village. Instead, you need to head a little south of the village to a small cliff. This cliff will have small square icons if you look at the world map, as seen below.
To find the Fervor's Cookbook (1), you just need to search a corpse at the cliffside location. Once you have it, the recipe for the Sleeping Pot will become available. You'll need the following items to make it:
- x1 Mushroom
- x1 Trina's Lily
Once used against an enemy, the sleep effect will begin to build up. To get an enemy to sleep or become drowsy, throw multiple pots directly at them. After they are sleepy, you can head in to deal major attack damage.
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