The Black Orchid is a flower that has long been a part of the Kilarallis
culture. Once thought to be a symbol and servant of the goddess Alu, the shifting political situation wiped the negative association with the plant away. Now it stands as a useful flower in the creation of dyes and as a positive religious symbol to Kilarallisians.
The beautiful Chrysant Flower was once one of the most populous flowers of Hadar. The plant commonly grew in southern Hadar and appeared as an important part of Nessrassian
festivals and Allar traditions across the island groups. By the time the Chrysant War
had come to an end however, the flower was transformed into a symbol of victory for the Regalian Empire
and a painful reminder of the past for the Allar and Slizzar. To this day, the Regalian Empire proudly uses the flower as a constant reminder of their victory, despite the fact that the Regalians nearly drove the flower to extinction following the war.
A staple in Farah’deen
cooking, the Dragonflower has wormed its way to fame both for its practical use in the common kitchen, and its stunning appearance. What started as a mere oasis flower has become an iconic spice among many, along as a beloved prize-garden gem.
Fireweed is the name for a fiery plant that originated on the Daendroc supercontinent which has since been transplanted to regions of New Ceardia
. Useful as an antiseptic once distilled, it has been known in the driest points of the year to burst into flames and further spread its seeds out across the area.
A delicate and rather unassuming plant, the Fly Orchid was once a common, ordinary piece of flora. When the Cataclysm came, it was granted a strange new ability. Found out in fields, Ithanian
vineyards, and farms across the continent, it releases sweet scents to attract insects to it’s center and away from other plants. It can also be used to create a useful bug poison is broken down.
Known throughout Aloria as a miracle herb, Lady’s Shine is an especially renowned flower in all Altalar
cultures. It is praised for being an incredibly potent and effective counteraction to virtually all poisons, when used in the potion, Avetyaben’s Grace
. Lady’s Shine is notably glorified throughout many of Aloria’s religions as a spiritual flower, although its history and properties are altered to cater to the followers each time.
A sweet tangy fruit from New Ceardia
that grows on a short tree, Lanarra’s Hand takes its name from Old Gods
worshipers. These same worshippers also use the fruit prolifically as a part of their worship in the form of incense or for self-decoration as a perfume.
Magebane is a blue tulip-like flower with magic-suppressing abilities similar to that of lapis lazuli. This flower, delicate in how it must be cultivated, is grown for Magebane Tea
in many parts of Aloria
. It is only found naturally in Etosil
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Nearly every assassin and aristocrat has heard of the deadly plant known as Nightshade. Even fewer still know that the plant originated out of Farah’deen
. Originally kept as a houseplant for the Sultan’s palace, Nightshade has developed and adapted to more temperate environments, and is commonly seen growing in the wild, though it will not grow in freezing temperatures.
The Ruby Flower is a common sight to both Nelfin
. It is the most elementary herb used in the healing arts, capable of alleviating a wide variety of illnesses. The flower is a type of marigold with a deep red color, said to be blessed by the Altalar
deity Orelaben. Today, the flower is heavily cultivated and used by all healers.