Lightning in a Bottle (Spiritfarer)

Getting x2 lightnings in a bottle
Lightning in a Bottle
Material Type Gemstone
Found in
  • Thunderstorms Event
  • Severe Thunderstorms Event
Uses
Buying Price Unknown
Selling Price 60 Glims

Lightning in a Bottle falls under the gemstone category of Spiritfarer materials.

This material is exclusively acquired from the Thunderstorms and Severe Thunderstorms events, which are introduced to you by the spirit Atul.

Where To Get Lightnings in a Bottle

Thunderstorm events are marked via this logo on the map / Spiritfarer
Thunderstorm events are marked via this logo on the map.

Before anything, you need to first find Atul. He’s the second spirit you’ll ever encounter in the game, and you can easily find him at Barkensheim Creek (X: 5, Y: 117). There, visit Francis’ Wandering Shop and buy some empty bottles. These are available for 20 Glims apiece.

Once Atul is on the ship, he will introduce you to the Thunderstorms Event, marked by a stormy rain cloud on the World Map.

During this event, you will need to jump around and “catch” the lightning with your empty bottles. The more empty bottles you have, the more lightning in a bottle you’ll get.

Note: Later in the game, you’ll also encounter the Severe Thunderstorms event, which is the same event but just harder. This also rewards you with lightnings in a bottle.

You need empty bottles to catch lightning in a bottle / Spiritfarer
You need empty bottles to catch lightning in a bottle.

Using Lightning in a Bottle

Here are all of the craftable buildings and construction improvements you can make with lightning in a bottle:

Construction/Improvement Materials
Garden
  • 5 Lightnings in a Bottle
  • 10 Maple Logs
Kitchen Improvement
  • 8 Lightnings in a Bottle
  • 5 Bright Jellies
  • 12 Linen Fabrics
Foundry Improvement
  • 8 Lightnings in a Bottle
  • 12 Nebula Fabrics
  • 7 Bright Jellies
  • 510 Glims
Sawmill Improvement
  • 12 Lightnings in a Bottle
  • 8 Aluminum Ingots
  • 18 Maple Planks
  • 285 Glims

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