Creation Quest: Botanical Samples

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Botanical Samples
Pumpkins, one of the required samples.
Type Storyline Quest
Preceding Initiation
Succeeding Exploring the Forest
Start Sadhu Vidya
End Sadhu Vidya
Time Limit 1048 hours
Reward Reputation
Reputation 128
Experience 4


Now that the Sadhu has agreed to help you on your quest, you will have to help him first. He needs to expand his knowledge of the lands and for this he needs some samples from the local flora.


Seeing that you are already in a forest, this should be an easy quest. The Sadhu does not provide a direct list of what you need to bring to him. If you talk to him a second time, the quest will indicate that you are missing a few items and name them specifically.

The required samples
and a sheep.

What you need to gather is the following:

  • 2 Oak Saplings
  • 2 Birch Sapling
  • 2 Seeds
  • 2 Pumpkins
  • 2 Poppy flowers
  • 2 Danddelion flowers

The oak saplings and the birch saplings can be obtained by destroying the leaves of those trees. Occasionally a sapling will drop. Generally it tends to be easier to chop down the wood of the trees, and the leaves will disintegrate automatically over time, dropping the saplings.

For the seeds, just destroy any tall grass that you might see.

As for the pumpkins, you might have to search a bit longer depending on your luck, or if you came prepared, you brought a few from your home base.

The flowers can be obtained by destroying the flowers that you encounter. If, for some odd reason, your area is void of any roses, tall grass or yellow flowers, then get your hands on some bones to make bone meal. Use this bone meal on grass blocks to create the flowers and the grass.

When you are done, return to the Sadhu and deliver your goods.


You will get 128 reputation upon completing this quest, and 4 exp.


  • In a certain version of Minecraft, around 1.8.1, red flowers did not spawn naturally. You would have to grow them manually by using bone meal on grassland.