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Tag Archive 'Magic Goes Awry'

Crossroads Peoples: Pixies

  Overview: Pixies are the embodiment of turmoil and disturbance, such as the turmoil that causes, and is caused by, storms. Physically, pixies are one-foot-tall, vaguely-humanoid beings that are a mixture of insect and other animal traits. Physical Description: Pixies appear more insect-like than anything else, but they are vertebrates, meaning that they have bones. […]

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Crossroads Peoples: Dryads

  Overview: Dryads originated as forest consciousness within the Other Realm. They are now humanoid beings with tree-like traits. Most dryads have a deep, often magical, connection to the natural world, especially their home forest, and feel drawn to protect it. Physical Description: The appearance of dryads varies a lot, but they are all roughly […]

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Crossroads Peoples: Motley Fae

  Overview: Motley Fae embody the exuberant diversity of nature. Each individual is unique and many have extraordinary appearances. Physical Description: Diversity and variation are the rule for Motley Fae. They are all sizes from tiny to huge. Some are humanoid and some aren’t. They frequently display a disparate mixture of animal parts, with many […]

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Crossroads Peoples: Pitcher Crabs

  Overview: A sapient plant species that has a large, crab-like body, with roots for legs, a leafy body, and a large pitcher that forms both face and stomach. Physical Description: An average adult Pitcher Crab is six feet wide and five feet tall. The majority of their size is eight thick, woody roots shaped […]

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Crossroads Peoples: Vine Collectives

  Overview: Vine Collectives are a sapient plant species. Each individual is a group of animated vines that entwine together to form a shared body and consciousness. Physical Description: Most Vine Collectives have a roughly humanoid body covered in leaves. The vines, usually siblings, are unbranching. They are joined together at the feet and weave […]

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  Overview: Slime-people are sapient beings whose bodies are made from a gelatinous substance that is squishy, flexible, and elastic. Most slime-people have a roughly humanoid form and can change their shape at will. Plasmodial Slime-people are a specific group of Slime-people descended from plasmodial slime-molds that were altered by powerful magic that infused them […]

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Crossroads Plants: Soul Flower

  Safety Rating: Beneficial. Environment: Once created, a Soul Flower only dies when the person it is bonded to dies. This means that Soul Flowers can live in any environment. Details: A Soul Flower is created in a ritual that uses Plant Magic to transform a non-magical flowering plant into a Soul Flower bonded to […]

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Crossroads Plants: Jelly Vine

  Safety Rating: Beneficial. Environment: Wild Jelly Vines grow in swamps with mild winters and infrequent frosts. Domesticated Jelly Vines have been bred to grow in a wider range of environments, but they need sufficient water and protection from freezing temperatures. Details: These part-slime plants are translucent, with vibrantly colored leaves that can be any […]

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Crossroads Plants: Whispering Aspen

  Safety Rating: Mildly to extremely dangerous, depending on which allies are nearby. Environment: Cold areas with cool summers, especially mountains and high plains. Details: Like Quaking Aspen, the leaves of Whispering Aspen flutter in the slightest breeze. What makes Whispering Aspen distinct is the unsettling whispers that infuse the hiss of its leaves. These magical […]

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  Safety Rating: Situationally 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 […]

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