The World Of Khoras - Fauna and Flora

The Flora of Ithria

Characteristics Of Khorasian Flora

True Name

The alchemical name known to sages, scholars, herbalists and alchemists. True names are often derived from ancient languages.

Frequency

This represents the frequency of occurrence of the plant and the difficulty associated with locating and identifying a particular plant. To a lesser degree, this also represents the difficulty of obtaining a "dose" of whatever herbal medicine/poison/etc. may be obtained from the planet. It is divided up into four categories: Common, Uncommon, Rare and Very Rare. Scarcity should be taken into consideration when applying modifiers to skill rolls associated with identifying the plant type and extracting the appropriate material.

Quantity

This is the quantity of "doses" that can usually be obtained once the vegetation is located. For each dose that is indicated, a successful skill roll may be required to properly extract the dose. If the skill roll is failed, the herbal dose is damaged during the process of extraction and is unusable. The exact result varies from plant to plant.

Form

The physical form of the vegetation. Possible types are: Herb, Flower, Moss, Lichen, Tree, Grass, Vine, Fungus

Locale

Describes the land type in which the vegetation is most commonly found. However, plant life often thrives in similar or related ecosystems.

Name Description

Aquatic

Underwater plants, seaweed and plants that grow along riverbanks.

Arctic

Plants found in the icy north.

Desert

Flora found in deserts and arid scrublands.
Desolation The unique vegetation found only in the Desolation.

Forest

Flora of the forests.

Grasslands

Grasslands flora.
Jungle/Rainforest Flora of the jungles and rainforests.

Magical

Unnatural plants created through magical research.

Mountains

Flora found in the foothills, mountain slopes and high peaks.
Subterranean Plants found only underground.

Swamp

Plant life found in swamps, marshes, bogs and other wetlands.

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