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Collaboration 3 – Into the Research Garden

Bob the slime-person druid, Nikau the parrotfolk rogue, and Aery the animated statue athlete are part of a team of investigative journalists working for the Crossroads Observer. The Observer has obtained a sample that could finally expose the dirty dealings of the wealthy Steward Family. Their job is to get this sample to the expert Juniper Huckleberry. The only problem is that Juniper is an infamously reclusive gnome druid who lives in her research garden, which is full of dangerous magical plants.

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  In order to make these transcripts as accessible as possible, each one is produced in four formats: as an online post for access convenience, in a word document with a low vision friendly font (Veranda), in a pdf with a dyslexia friendly font (OpenDyslexic), and a low contrast blue on black pdf as an […]

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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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Crossroads Plants: Wind Grass

  Safety Rating: Situationally dangerous. Environment: Grasslands. Details: This silvery grass can change the wind’s direction or increase its speed to spread its pollen, distribute its seeds, and draw in rainy weather. Wind Grass by itself is harmless, but it can spread windborne hazards and it makes grassland fires significantly more dangerous. Lore: There are […]

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  Safety Rating: Beneficial. Environment: Cultivated land. Details: This magical bush has been bred to create a living barrier that is extremely difficult to get through. Above ground it grows so densely that even small animals, like rats and squirrels, struggle to get through it. Below ground its roots create a similarly dense barrier. Any […]

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