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 Plants Of The Sword Of Truth World
Cara Mason
Posted: May 30 2010, 03:37 PM


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So if your wondering why I am posting these tibets, its to help you roleplayers bring this RPG to life. For example a character may get wounded, check out the list here and you could mention a plant you used to help heal the wound.

Flowers:

Iris

Lavender
If given as oil, it helps to get over headaches.

Lily of the Valley
A low-growing perennial plant having usually two large oblong lanceolate leaves and a raceme of small fragrant nodding bell-shaped flowers followed by scarlet berries.

Monarch Roses


Monkshood
A poisonous herb having hooded blue-purple flowers.

Morning Glory

Golden flower.

Moutain Fever Roses
One helps one to sleep. More than one fuels the fever. Thirty, there is no cure. Ten to twelve would give you a fever that would last 1 to 2 days.

Oleander
An ornamental but poisonous flowering shrub having narrow evergreen leaves and clusters of fragrant white to pink or red flowers.

Rose
Red and white.

Spiritbells
Yellow and they look like bells, hence the name.

Witch Hazel

Wildflower
It has at times, yellow and pale blue blossoms.

Wild Rose
Yellow petals.

Magic Plants:

Paka Plant
Situated high up in the wastelands in Anderith. This plant thrives on the poison from the wasteland.

Snake Vine
A poisonous, predatorial vine. When it grows, it is a sign that the Boxes of Orden have been put into play.

Plants:

Anise
It can cause healing and can be used as a flavouring herb.

Aum Plant
Located beneath a nannyberry tree. It produces a clear sticky liquid which can be spread over an open wound. It will cause it to numb and heal faster. The leaves are fuzzy.

Bandu
The plant that ten-step poison is made from. The leaves must be made wet in the mouth, then cooked until it becomes a paste.

Betony

Bistort

Bloodthroat Bush
Red berries.

Blueberries[b]
Along with Garlic and Tannin tea, it helps to get rid of the 'grips' (diareah).

[b]Cane Reeds

Richard used it as makeshift torches.

Canin Pepper
If you get this in your eyes, throat or nose or anything exposed to the it, it really hurts. It immobilizes the person. Water makes it worse. It becomes slippery.

Chanterelle
This is a mushroom known for it's nut-like taste.

Cinquefoil
Easing of pain. Makes one dizzy and relaxed.

Cloud Leaf
To be put into tea to allow one to fall asleep if given too much. Makes one relax.

Cohosh, Blue
Drink it.

Comfrey
Helps to stop bleeding.

Fennel

Fern
Green long leaves. I'm sure you know what a Fern looks like.

Feverfew
Bushy aromatic perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads.

Foxglove
Helps to stop bleeding.

Galerina
Poisonous mushroom.

Garlic
Along with blueberries and tannin tea, it helps get rid of the 'grips', (diareah).

Hasset Bush
The Andolian women dye their hair with this herb. It makes their hair orange.

Hawthorn

Hemlock
Poisonous herb.

Henbane
Quick painful poison.

Hope Cone
Helps people sleep.

Hops Tincture
Liquid stirred in a glass of water. Helps people sleep.

Horehound, Black
Helps to stop vomitting.

Huckleberry

Hussuck

Jack-O'-Lantern
Poisonous mushroom.

Kuru
Food.

Lace-Lady Ferns


Lavender
Helps people sleep well.

Lemon balm leaves
Helps people sleep.

Lilies

Linden
Calms people down.

Lobella
An herb.

Maypop, Tincture of
It's a strong sedative and also a painkiller. Slows the heart.

Motherwort

Mugwort

Smoke.

Mullein
Has large usually woolly leaves and terminal spikes of yellow or white or purplish flowers.

Oyster Mushroom

Pearly Everlasting
Smoke it.

Pennyroyal
Helps get rid of stomach aches as well as headaches.

Pheasant's-Back

Polypores

Quassin Doe
Special herb used by the Mud People. It is the only cure for ten-step poison. It has dusky greenish brown leaves with crimson veining.

Rosemary

Skullcap
Taken to have a deep and dreamless sleep.

Small Pipes or Beef VeinMushroom.

Stenadine
Can be brewed as a tea. It restores alertness and stamina, if brewed weak it helps to make one sleep.

Sumac
Red berries.

Tannin Tea
Along with Garlic and Blueberries, it helps to get rid of the 'grips' known as Diarhea. You get Tannin Tea from a quench oak. See Quench Oak.

Tava Root
Root used by the Mud People to make tava bread.

Viburnum, Maple Leafed
You use the inner bark to help a baby get rid of a colic.

Valerian
Helps to achieve a deep and dreamless sleep.

Wassen Root
Used as a knife handle by the Si Doak.

Wattle Root
It is usually administered in cubes. One is for common stomach bugs, two for major problems, three is almost never used, and three shredded will send one to the privy for a week. It's for deep wounds usually.

Wholly Velvet

Yarrow
Helps to stop bleeding. Also to help people sleep. Can be dull white, often varying to pink or crimson in color.

Trees:

Alder

Apple Tree

Arrowwood

Ash

Aspen

Balsam Fir

Beech

Birch

Cedar
Often grows where the ground is wet.

Cherrywood

Cottonwood

Dogwood

Elm

Evergreen

Fir

Hickory

Maidenhair

Maple

Nannyberry
Purplish red autumn leaves laden with a crop of dark blue berries.

Oak

Olive

Pear Tree

Pine

Poplar

Rock Maple
Good firewood but hard cutting.

Quench Oak
You use the yellow inner bark to make a tea. It helps get rid of diareah.

Pine

Spruce

Sumac

Sweetbay
White buds.

Sweetbriar

Tamarak

Wayward Pine
A sheltering tree perfect for adventurers. Provides the traveler with protection from rain, enough room for a fire, and loose-weave needles to allow smoke to escape.

Willow
Willow bark tea helps to reduce a fever.

White Birch
White bark with black spots.

White Oaks

Yew

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