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Crossroads Plants: Flute Grass

  Safety Rating: Beneficial. Environment: Wetlands. Details: Flute Grass is a kind of slow-growing, tall wetland grass. There are different varieties that can survive in different types of wetlands. As a result, Flute Grass can be found in most of the wetlands of Eastern Crossroads. The tall, hollow stems of Flute Grass have many tubes […]

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  Safety Rating: Harmless. Environment: Wetlands, especially swamps. Details: This distinctive fungus has spherical, white fruiting bodies. When mature they rise into the air like soap bubbles and float away. Each fruiting body is filled with a foggy cloud of spores that is released when the delicate bubble pops. Lore: Smaller winged species, like fairies, […]

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  Safety Rating: Extremely dangerous. Environment: Deserts, especially in desert valleys where its deep roots can find water. Details: The Tree of Eternal Sleep protects itself from herbivores by creating a powerful zone of sleep-inducing magic around itself that goes out to six feet beyond its outermost branches. This magic is strong enough to affect […]

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Crossroads Plants: The Lava Pine

  Safety Rating: Ranges from dangerous to extremely dangerous depending on the season and their internal temperature. Environment: Volcanoes and other locations with geothermal activity. Elementally Transmuted Plant: At some point in their origin, Lava Pines were exposed to elemental magic so powerful that they became something new—a living combination of Plant Magic, Earth Magic, […]

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Crossroads Plants: The Catapult Walnut

  Safety Rating: Dangerous in the fall, harmless at other times. Environment: Temperate forests. This tree prefers cool riverside and seaside areas. Details: For most of the year the Catapult Walnut seems like an ordinary walnut tree, but in the fall this tree becomes a danger to anyone who passes by. It flings its walnuts […]

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Crossroads Plants: Invisible Grass

  Safety Rating: Mildly dangerous. Environment: Grasslands. Details: This magical grass grows in small clumps that are two and a half feet tall. Every part of the grass that is above ground is completely invisible. This invisibility is a type of Sensing Magic that bends light around the plant. Because of this, any creature or […]

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Crossroads Plants: Pickpocket Vine

  Safety Rating: Situationally dangerous. Environment: Anywhere that is near a gateway to the Other Realm. Pickpocket Vine prefers moist areas with lots of trees, like temperate forests, tropical forests, and swamps, but it can grow in any ecosystem as long as a gateway is nearby. Details: Pickpocket Vine can only grow in places that […]

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Crossroads Plants: Guard Bush

  Safety Rating: Mildly dangerous. Environment: Wild Guard Bushes are grassland plants. A range of cultivated varieties have been bred many different growing conditions. Details: Guard Bushes are dense, shrubby plants that react dramatically when they are damaged. They make bright lights and loud sounds that scare off herbivores and attract predators. This, combined with […]

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  Safety Rating: Harmless. Environment: Temperate forests. Details: This small brown mushroom spreads its spores by hopping around on its springy stem. From late summer to mid-fall, these little mushrooms can be seen hopping along through the underbrush of the forest. The Common Hopping Mushroom is considered inedible. It isn’t poisonous, but it has a […]

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Crossroads Plants: The Discord Apple

  Safety Rating: Situationally dangerous and situationally beneficial. Environment: Mountains. Details: The Discord Apple, sometimes also known as the Golden Apple, is a tree with magical golden apples. The beauty of these apples is entrancing and gazing upon one of them is enough to trigger their emotion-altering magic. Those who fall under their spell want […]

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