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  Safety Rating: Dangerous. Environment: Temperate Forests. Fairy Circles: Each fairy circle fungus produces a ring of mushrooms that has a magical effect on anyone who enters it. They are called fairy circles because a number of fairy communities are heavily involved in cultivating and breeding them. As a result, there are many different varieties […]

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  Safety Rating: Physically harmless, but can be socially dangerous. Environment: Grasslands. Fairy Circles: Each fairy circle fungus produces a ring of mushrooms that has a magical effect on anyone who enters it. They are called fairy circles because a number of fairy communities are heavily involved in cultivating and breeding them. As a result, […]

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  Safety Rating: Potentially harmless, beneficial, and dangerous. Environment: Temperate forests. Fairy Circles: Each fairy circle fungus produces a ring of mushrooms that has a magical effect on anyone who enters it. They are called fairy circles because a number of fairy communities are heavily involved in cultivating and breeding them. As a result, there […]

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Crossroads Plants: Scorpion Tail Fungus

  Safety Rating: Extremely dangerous. Environment: Wetlands where there is plenty of cover, especially swamps. Details: The fruiting bodies of this predatory fungus grow into enormous green and brown scorpion tails on top of many-legged, crawling bodies the size of large dogs. Called Scorpion Tails, these fruiting bodies are usually eight feet tall, but tails […]

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Crossroads Plants: Flashing Stone Cactus

  Safety Rating: Mildly dangerous. Environment: Deserts. Details: These tiny cacti look like little clusters of pebbles. They are colored to blend in with local rock. Most often they are tan and brown, but sometimes they are green or more dramatic colors, like red or purple. Their surface is mottled and speckled to help them […]

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Crossroads Plants: Glowing Stone Cactus

  Safety Rating: Beneficial. Environment: Cultivated parts of arid regions. Details: Glowing Stone Cactus is a small, oval, pebble-like cactus that doesn’t have any spines. Once mature, it glows brightly day and night. While the light that it produces is white, its thick green skin tints the light green. Because the bright light that it […]

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Crossroads Plants: Spiral Snare Vine

  Safety Rating: Extremely dangerous. Environment: Druid cultivated regions of tropical forest. Details: Bred from a carnivorous plant, many druids living in tropical forests use Spiral Snare Vine for defense. This tough, ropey vine drapes itself over and around paths in loops big enough to catch large people and animals. While Spiral Snare Vine is […]

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Crossroads Plants: Octopus Root

  Safety Rating: Beneficial. Environment: Wetlands. Details: This prized wetland vegetable is eaten by both people and animals. Octopus Root is a highly edible plant, but it protects itself by camouflaging its grass-like leaves to look like nearby inedible plants. Octopus Root has another defense as well. If there is too much disturbance in its […]

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Crossroads Plants: Jumping Monkey Orchid

  Safety Rating: Dangerous. Environment: Tropical forests. Details: This magical orchid has dispensed with pollinators and instead pollinates itself. Half of its bright pink, monkey-shaped flowers leap off the plant and jump and climb their way to other Jumping Monkey Orchids in order to pollinate them. How these flowers locate other Jumping Monkey Orchids isn’t […]

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Crossroads Plants: Weeping Corpse Flower

  Safety Rating: Harmless. Environment: Tropical forests. Details: This parasitic plant produces a large flower with thick fleshy petals that are mottled red and pink. The center of the Weeping Corpse Flower slowly oozes droplets of a dark red liquid. The flower looks and smells like rotting flesh. In this red liquid is a powerful […]

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