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In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

Mardroeme is a type of mushroom. Warriors who ate mardroeme were said to transform into beasts when consumed by battle rage.

I know the smell. A mushroom - mardroeme.
Mardroeme? Never heard of it.
Mardroeme have anything to do with berserkers?
You've another name for it on the Continent. Psilocybe, I believe?
― in-game dialogue

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In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]

Substances Psilocybe.png
A rare hallucinogenic mushroom, favored by the hierophant of the Druids' Grove
Special ingredient Special ingredient
Swamp cave

The psilocybe is a mushroom which druids employ in their rituals, it is not at all useful in the alchemy witchers practice. The Herbalism skill is not required to gather psilocybes.

The hierophant asks Geralt to get a psilocybe mushroom so he can lure the remaining Salamandra into an ambush. Apparently this would make fisstech even more powerful than it is, so it makes for a very good bait for the planned surprise attack. This must be the distilled ingredient.

This item is never found in the game, it is only described in a journal entry. Only the mushroom itself — Quest Items Psilocybe mushroom.png — is a "concrete" game item.

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