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"Greetings, strangers, and welcome to Nebula Heights. My name is Phasma. Thank you to those who discovered my temple; in locating the Awakening orb, you have taken the first step towards revitalising this world. Your purpose is as yet unknown to you, but you would do well to continue making life force tributes at this altar. It is your choice whether or not to trust me. Until I regain the energy that has faded over the years, and my powers over this world reawaken, I will remain dormant. Good luck to you."

Herbology 101

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Herbology 101

Post  Authenti on Sun 30 May 2010, 3:40 pm

GROUND PLANTS
GILDWORT
Small, corn-yellow seeds can be gathered from this plant. Extremely hard, bitter and unpleasant, but aids concentration and refreshes the mind. May be used to prevent an injured person from slipping into unconsciousness.
COMMON
Guardian Tree, Main Street, Meadow, The Lake

EMBER STICK
Named for its glittering orange central core and for the charcoal-like flecks on its red petals, this plant continuously grows a brittle, black stick of matter from its middle. This can be snapped off easily and chewed for a dry, slightly sweet taste. It may also be ground up and sprinkled over minor wounds - although painful, it speeds healing. The rest of the plant, however, is mildly poisonous and may cause nausea.
COMMON
Temple Garden, The Forest, Meadow

HONEY CORN
This plant grows a single, corncob-shaped fruit. Its surface is smooth and covered in a sticky substance that resembles honey. This may be collected and used as a preservable sweetener, or eaten in moderation. The pollen from the long stamens may also serve as a minor relaxant if breathed in, though too much can be slightly toxic.
RARE
Temple Garden, Meadow
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Post  Authenti on Sun 30 May 2010, 3:41 pm

TREES

APPLE TREE
Just your normal every day, run of the mill Red Apple; good for food.
COMMON
Meadow, Main Street (outskirts)


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Post  Authenti on Sun 30 May 2010, 3:41 pm

WATER PLANTS

WATER-BEAN
Broad, rubbery plants, normally anchored to rocks much like seaweed, but only survives in fresh water. The carbohydrate-rich beans from this plant, once extracted, can be eaten or cooked into things, but they don't have much taste on their own.
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The Lake
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