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Country codes: NI North Ideitess. SI South Ideitess. NT North Tasif. ST South Tasif. H Huirnon. T Temanea. TK Tekrikri. KE Ketrem. NN North Nidonn. SN South Nidonn. C Curin. EB Estall Bay.

Fruits

Known fruits:
Apple
NI SI H T
Apricot
NI SI NT
Grape
NI NT T NN
Pear
SI H NN
Peach
H NT NN
Blackberry
SI NT H
Raspberry
NI KE NN
Blueberry
NI EB
Strawberry
H
Fig
ST T
Lemon
NI NT NN
Lime
SI
Orange
ST EB
Olive
NI NN

Stone


Looril

Flower
Large, campanulate, pale orange-yellow
Size
Very tall tree
Fruit
Large, firm, orange-yellow fruit
Climate
Open and mild fields KE
Roots

Seeds
Single stone, fist-size and very hard
Leaves
Large, long, subulate
Bulbs

Loorils are head-sized fruits with a wholesome and sweet flavour with lots of soft flesh beneath their firm skin. Though looril trees are quite large and very shady, they bear little fruit. The trees themselves are very strong and consume lots of nutrients, so it's not common to find them growing near other large plants.

 

Olachic

Flower
Small, yellow, 3-petal rotate
Size
Large tree
Fruit
Small, soft, yellowish fruit
Climate
High, hilly, dense areas NI
Roots

Seeds
Single stone, very small and hard
Leaves
Thin, linear, dentate
Bulbs

 

 

Icartio

Flower
Small, blue, 3-petal rotate
Size
Moderate tree
Fruit
Small, soft, bluish fruit
Climate
Open, cool, low areas H
Roots

Seeds
Single stone, small and rough
Leaves
Thick, linear, pedate
Bulbs



Enduco

Flower
Small, white, cupuliform
Size
Moderate tree
Fruit
Reddish, soft, fragrant fruit
Climate
High, breezy, lush areas NT
Roots

Seeds
Single stone, small and orange
Leaves
Rhomboid, lobate
Bulbs

 

 


Berries


Pewberry

Flower
Very small, white, 5-petal rotate
Size
Small groundcover
Fruit
Deep purple berry
Climate
Open, mild, forest areas T
Roots

Seeds
Pale purple, very small
Leaves
Clusters of cordate leaves
Bulbs

Pewberries are small, dark, tangy, aromatic berries that grow in small clusters on the ground. As such, they are commonly eaten by small animals. Their foliage is lush and soft, and the plant is commonly potted. It grows well in the shade.

Gladeberry

Flower
Small, white, cruciform
Size
Grows upward and outward
Fruit
Maroon berry
Climate
Wetlands, marshes, flat areas in shade ST
Roots

Seeds
Yellow-white, hard, very small
Leaves
Long acicular leaves
Bulbs
Small, white

Gladeberries grow on gladegrass on the end of a long central stem, originating from the plant's core, and sometimes reaching as high into the air as a child. The berries are very sweet and fresh flavour. It is often made into fruit juice.

Dustberry

Flower
Small, pale blue, 6-petal rotate
Size
Thick shrub
Fruit
Pale, dusty blue berry, very soft
Climate
Sunny, open areas SI
Roots

Seeds
Very small, black
Leaves
Small, pedate, pale greyish-green
Bulbs

Dustberries have probably the dullest taste of all berries, and it's common to find one that has seemingly no flavour. They still have a luscious texture and pleasant odour, though.

 

Gormen

Flower
Small, pale blue, cupuliform
Size
Small tree
Fruit
Pale, blue-grey, firm
Climate
Low hilly areas NT
Roots

Seeds
Very small, dark grey
Leaves
Chunky, acicular, greyish
Bulbs





Seeded


Bloodstone

Flower
Small, red, 5-petal rotate
Size
Medium stout tree
Fruit
Plump, reddish-indigo, tough coarse skin
Climate
Warm and dry areas TK SN
Roots

Seeds
Flat, long, black
Leaves
Obtuse, reddish-green
Bulbs

The bloodstone grows on hardy trees that enjoy warmer open climates. Despite the fruit's tough skin (so tough that it cannot be bitten through), it has soft and moist flesh with a mild flavour that is best described as fruity.

Rhanden

Flower
Golden yellow, 5-petal rotate
Size
Small tree with yellowish wood
Fruit
Small, wrinkled, yellow, glossy
Climate
Cool open areas, fields SI
Roots

Seeds
Small, soft, pale
Leaves
Linear, yellow-green
Bulbs

The rhanden, sometimes called a gold cherry, is a small and round fruit with succulent flesh and a bite similar to chili. Despite their hot and spicy flavour, they are very nutritious and commonly eaten.

Liver Prickle

Flower
Clusters of small, white, cruciform
Size
Small tree with soft wood
Fruit
Green, spiked
Climate
Enclosed and shaded areas, mild weather NN
Roots

Seeds
Small, black
Leaves
Subulate, sharp, bright green
Bulbs

The liver prickle has an odd name, an intimidating appearance, and a bitter taste, but it is still quite edible and does appeal to some. It grows in rather remote areas, such as in the midst of a moderate forest or amongst larger trees, and it doesn't grow well with no other plants about. Though spiky, it is not sharp to touch.

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