Khadagan's Garden

  1. Bull Nettle (=> Ecology)
  2. Fire Flower
  3. Firestarter’s Bush (=> Ecology)
  4. Goodberry
  5. Ironwood
  6. Lotus, Black
  7. Lotus, Green
  8. Lotus, Purple
  9. Myconid Spores
  10. Oca
  11. Sourgrass (=> Ecology)

Fire Flower

These unusual flowers, taken from the gardens of Vohu Mana (and all that remain of that once beautiful city), has red petals with yellow stamen that radiate with a warm orange glow from within, casting dim light out to a radius of 10 ft. and – while healthy – maintains a constant temperature of 98.6 degrees F.

The flowers appear to be immune to fire and produce a golden nectar that, when imbibed, makes the drinker resistant to fire damage (1 round per dose). A normal, healthy plant can produce up to [roll for doses] of nectar per week.

Multiple doses of the nectar can be collected and distilled into a special blend of fire brandy that results in fire immunity (1 round per dose).

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Goodberry

Eating a berry heals 1 hp and provides enough nourishment to sustain a creature for one day. Berries lose their potency if they are not consumed within 24 hours of being picked.


Ironwood

While remaining natural wood in almost every way, ironwood is as strong, heavy, and resistant to fire as steel. Spells that affect metal or iron do not function on ironwood. Spells that affect wood do affect ironwood, although ironwood does not burn.

By shaping ironwood with an appropriate spell or skill, wooden items can be fashioned that function as steel items. Thus, wooden plate armor and wooden swords can be created that are as durable as their normal steel counterparts. These items are freely usable by druids.

d20srd ref


Lotus, Black

This orchidlike flower is dull black, while the center and pistils are of a similar, shinier color. Anyone who inhales black lotus dust falls unconscious at once and is at grave risk of dying within 1d4 minutes. Even if the spirits smile upon the victim, he is unconscious for 1d6 hours. No known antidote, not even sorcerous or holy means, can help a doomed victim. Thankfully, the black lotus is of the rarest sort, seldom seen even by the beasts of the wilderness.

Black lotus extract can be used as a contact poison:
DC 20; Initial DMG: 3d6 Con; Ongoing DMG: 3d6 Con

When handling dust, users must be especially careful or risk accidentally poisoning themselves (make a successful to hit roll)

see: d20srd ref and Dragon Magazine 121


Lotus, Green

The most common of the lotus types. The dust of the green lotus affects its victim through inhalation. It produces a temporary paralysis which usually lasts for 1d6+6 hours. If
fortune smiles upon the victim, the paralysis lasts 1d4 hours.

DC: 20

When handling dust, users must be especially careful or risk accidentally poisoning themselves (make a successful to hit roll)

see: Dragon Magazine #121


Lotus, Purple

Unlike other lotus dusts, the purple lotus dust must be ingested in order for it to be effective. Within 1d12 hours of ingestion, the victim becomes afflicted with a debilitating sickness which lasts for 1d4 days. If the victim’s fate is unfortunate, the recipient
will die from the toxins built up in the system. The flower of the purple lotus has
red-violet petals, a deep purple-black center, and bright yellow pistils.

to-do: magical properties

DC: 20

When handling dust, users must be especially careful or risk accidentally poisoning themselves (make a successful to hit roll)

see: Dragon Magazine #121


Myconid Spores

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Oca

A perennial herbaceous plant that overwinters as underground stem tubers. Oca is one of the highest vegetable sources of carbohydrates and energy. They are a good source of pro-vitamin A (beta carotene), and also contain potassium, vitamin B6 and small amounts of fibre. The leaves and young shoots can be eaten as a green vegetable also. Mature stems can be used similarly to rhubarb.

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