When you reach a certain point in Spirittea, the spirits start affecting the game’s user interface through textbox shenanigans. This is a fun bit of fourth wall breaking, but reading those mucky text boxes is tough, making the quest to learn how to make a cleansing elixir important.
After you discover the spirit, Onishi, things start to get a little messy in your bathhouse… and in your text boxes. This spirit leaves a purple ooze residue in the bath when it visits, and because the spirit spent some time haunting your dialogue menu, those are covered in purple gunk as well. To fix it so you can more easily read your in-game prompts, Wonyan asks you to find the long-lost recipe for a Purifying Elixir. Per usual, the ghostly cat isn’t the most helpful, so we’re here to break down this quest so you can get the gunk off your textboxes and out of the baths.
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Wonyan tells you he’s pretty sure the recipe was buried in a graveyard just outside town. But where is this graveyard, and just where should we be digging to find the recipe?
First things first, you’ll want to purchase a shovel from the Shop if you don’t already have one. You’ll need it to dig up the recipe (and tomes around town if you want to learn more about your new Spirit friends).
Next, head down towards the temple. To the East of the temple, you’ll find the graveyard, which can be a bit tricky to spot because there are only a handful of graves. It’s directly next to the water at the bottom right of the map.
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