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« on: 31 January 2009, 03:14:15 »

Warning: Do not read just before/after having dinner....especially if mushrooms are on the menu!

(Edits 9/2/09
Edits 23/2/09)

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Basic Overview of the Plant
"Savage Mushroom" is actually a rather poor translation of the orcish name "K'arg'Batuk" (Lit: Attacking Vegetation), which somehow seemed to stick in the minds of those who heard it and gradually became accepted. Some also call it "Flesh-Eater Fungus" or “Sorcerer’s Pet” (see Myth/Lore/Origins).  It is a small, hardy fungus found only within the Mists of Osthemangar in Northern Sarvonia.  The dull, grey-brown lichen of the main plant is the exact colour of the plains themselves, allowing it to lie hidden against the ground and prey on anything which comes to pick its deep red fruits.  It can kill and devour humans, orcs, apes and even very young Spine Worms with a noxious gas it releases from these large red pods.  This gas somehow contains the fungus itself, which then eats into living skin and flesh, slowly devouring the victim.

Description
At first glace this plant appears to be two different fungi growing on top of one another, one a flat lichen and the other a round, red, bulbous swelling.  In fact the lichen is the main part of the plant, a flaky, brownish non-descript sort of fungus.  It is only loosely attached to the dry soil, as most of the roots only form underneath the red fruits.  The mature plant can lie dormant for longer than anyone would care to measure, waiting until it detects another living thing nearby.  No-one knows quite how it manages to do this, although people have suggested that it can detect movements in the mists, or even that it simply uses unknown magical forces from the portal itself.

The growths which seem to emerge straight from the heart of the plant are the pods for its noxious gas.  They can grow to around a palmspan in size, although most are about the length of a human finger, and are the shape of an unopened bud.  The outer layer is slightly spongy and yields to the touch, although it’s a little firmer than that of a Sulcho Mushroom and covered in tiny holes.  The pod is a rich, foreboding red, dull and bordering on brown.

When the fungus detects the presence of another living thing, all the red pods will suddenly begin to hiss softly, and the noxious gas will spray out onto the victim.  This gas smells of something long dead and rotting, or so we have been told by those unlucky enough to get close.  This substance is highly dangerous, somehow containing enough of the fungus for it to latch onto the skin and begin growing there, even whilst the animal or person is alive (see reproduction).

Territory
This mushroom is found only on the Plain of Ehelvin on the peninsula of Caaehl'heroth in Northern Sarvonia.  It lives within the dangerous Mists of Osthemangar which surround the Deep Winds Portal.  For some reason which no-one has been able to discern, it seems to need the mists for survival, as even if the plant has gained a really good hold on a victim's flesh it will die if taken completely outside them.  

Eleanna Kalrinwenens is an intrepid Gnome botanist who managed to take a few notes on this fascinating plant whilst studying the area with the famous Rev'lor.

First, we took two large rats and, creeping as close as we dared, threw the fresh meat at the mushroom. Next, with the help of our marvellous team and a large crossbow we managed to break the plant's five red pods, which were now emitting a high-pitched hiss.  We camped nearby that night, and in the morning, when we were assured that the pods would be safe, we went out to collect the infected meat.  The fungus was too young to be dangerous yet, but we knew it would become lethal in a few days.  Back on our ship we had made a box for it which, once sealed, would prevent the gas from escaping.  But it was not to be.  As soon as we found the water and the sea breeze that bit through the fog, the specimen stopped growing entirely and after just a few hours it was completely dead


However, it is often found around the edges of the mists, where they are still thick enough to support it but where other life is more common.

Usages
The red gas pods of Savage Mushrooms are actually edible and apparently fairly tasty if you can manage to quickly kill them before they have a chance to release the gas into the air.  Darkmist Ape poo makes an excellent missile once dried, and if aimed carefully then you can manage to break open the pods from a good distance.  As soon as the noxious gas is released from the pod it tries to find something living to infect, but as it disperses it loses its power within half a turn of the sun.  Therefore, if you come back after this time, the pod will no longer have any noxious gas and it will be safe to pick up and eat.  This technique has been learnt from the Darkmist Apes who have shown surprising ingenuity and patience in developing it. They may have some immunity to the gas, possibly because of their thick, impenetrable coats.  The plant wins sometimes though, when an ape accidentally leaves one of the pods alive, or is still learning the trick.

The flesh is considered a rare delicacy by the kind of people who enjoy jumping off high cliffs into the sea or hunting large ferocious animals for the fun of it.  This is partly due to the danger of collecting and eating it, but also the rumour that eating the bulging red growths will ensure a vibrant and active interest in the opposite gender for many years to come.  People, particularly men, who find they have difficultly performing in the bedroom come to seek this "cure" for the problem.  There isn't really any proof that it works, but the hope of it still seems to bring in some visitors. So, here are a few reports from people who have tried the strange fungus:

Firmer than your average mushroom, more meaty, like chewing a piece of fine Wison steak but without the flavour” from a Remusian Trader and Explorer

One can feel the dark power of the mists tingling on one’s tongue.  Fascinating and sensuous.”  A rather strange and pretentious mage who refused to give any details of himself.

The taste is very mushroom-like but with a hint of well-hung meat as well, probably because it lives on flesh rather than vegetation.A Thergerim visitor of indeterminate gender.

Reproduction
The plant reproduces by infecting another living thing with its noxious gas.  This dangerous substance carries the essence of the plant, and any skin which it touches quickly shows signs of the lichen growing on it.  At first the infection looks like a brownish-red rash, becoming browner and drier within hours until the whole area is extremely painful to the touch.  It also seems to secrete something into the flesh which makes the victim weak and dizzy, so that they are more likely to become lost or disorientated and give in to the pain.

After half a day the plant will have taken a life-threatening hold on a human-size victim and large patches of the skin will begin to look like the lichen.  The victim will be around the point of collapse, although the effect depends greatly on their constitution and stamina.  If the fungus cannot be checked then it will eventually kill its prey, probably within a day or two. Smaller prey would succumb much quicker, and something like a fully mature Spine Worm has too thick skin for the fungus to really gain a hold.

Once the prey is dead it will continue to consume the corpse, and with the suddenly-abundant food it can begin to root and produce new gas pods of its own as it rapidly reaches maturity.  Once there is nothing left but bones and the red pods are fully formed, the fungus will become dormant and simply wait for the next victim to pass its way.  The whole process is incredibly short, normally taking under a week.  No one knows how long exactly the plant can live once it has matured to this stage, but it is thought to be many years, as long as it has a little water and of course the mist.

Cure/Prevention
The only sure-fire way to stop the fungus once it has got hold of living flesh is to take the victim as fast as you can away from the mists.  When there is not a bit of the foreboding fog in the air then the fungus will die completely and the infection will stop progressing.  However, depending on how far advanced it was, some of the victim’s flesh may already have died, in which case the affected part will need to be amputated.  Loosing a hand or a foot to this infection is not an uncommon outcome, due to the plant’s extremely rapid growth.  The luckiest victims often still have large brownish scars of warped dry skin, which crease and pucker like a burn scar.  

There are many other stories of things which can slow the progression of the fungus, and therefore give you more time to get the victim out of the mists.  Some people say the fungus can be drowned by soaking the effected limb in water, although no account agrees on the length of time it takes to kill the plant this way.   Various bodily fluids are also recommended, including urine or vomit, although this researcher wonders how exactly their effectiveness was discovered.  Strong alcoholic drinks at least seem like they might do the trick, as do some of the strange acidic concoctions. However, none of these many speculations have been proven to have a specific effect, possibly because of the danger of testing these theories.

Myth/Lore/Origins
The fungus is thought to be a weapon which was brought through the portal and into this world by a sorcerer eons ago.  The story goes that he was the maker of the mists as well, and the only one to be able to control the strange plant.  He thought it would allow him to retain the land once it was conquered and covered in his mists.  However, the plant itself got used to the magics he used to control it and eventually took hold of the power itself, killing and devouring the sorcerer who had wielded it.  In doing this the mushroom unknowingly trapped itself on the peninsula, as the sorcerer was no longer there to advance the mists which it needed to survive.
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« Reply #1 on: 31 January 2009, 04:15:34 »

WoW, what an idea!

I think I never will venture up there....

There is one thing which was not entirely clear to me and I had to reread: The red pods are dormant as well? After it has consumed its victim, it grows to that flat lichen and the red pods and goes then dormant. I thought first, it grows the red pods when it feels somebody approaching, but that would be a bit quick.

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« Reply #2 on: 31 January 2009, 04:18:35 »

Thankyou :D

Yeah, it grows the red pods whilst it still has that abundance of food around, and then goes dormant and waits for the next victim.  I'll rephrase it.....
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« Reply #3 on: 02 February 2009, 23:40:48 »

Ooooh creepy! I don't do well in dark, misty places as is it, my imagination being enough to keep me out, without you inventing real reasons to stay out!  shocked

This looks set to be of your usual standard Rookie. :)

Couple of quick things, for when you're next working on this, although it might be a little early for comments for you...

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Categorization

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but as it disperses it looses its power within half a turn of the sun

A very common typo people make everywhere! They just like to have a double o in lose ;)

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How long before being infected incapacitates a victim? After half a day you say the lichen has taken a good hold, is painful and looks like it's parent plant. How big are the marshes? Half a day is time enough to walk a good 10-15 miles, probably more if pressured. Sounds fairly easy to escape death unless the misted area is huge.

One thought would be that it could have an added, drug-like effect on the victim. Making them confused, and disorientated almost immediately. This would help keep them trapped within the mist whilst the slower, eating process gets underway

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« Reply #4 on: 03 February 2009, 01:35:38 »

Well, Smee, welcome to the desert! :) I share your feelings!
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« Reply #5 on: 03 February 2009, 02:33:03 »

In my defence, "Categorization" was copy&pasted :P

I'll take your suggestion for the confusing/weakening drug effect too!
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« Reply #6 on: 03 February 2009, 06:45:48 »

Looking good so far, Rooks. I'll save my commentage (in fact, I think I owe you an Uri) until you're nearer finished.
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« Reply #7 on: 03 February 2009, 06:53:29 »

Yes it is!  Sometimes I get tired of doing helpful, useful things and just want to create something evil :P

And...erm, finished, although it's late and I may have missed some typos.  I'll look over it again tomorrow for those, but feel free to comment in the meantime.

Edit:  Checked for errors, some things adjusted for sense but nothing huge.
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« Reply #8 on: 09 February 2009, 11:35:33 »

Hey Rookie, this is a great plant! This entry is so nicely written a uri-check would be futile, but I still had a few points to comment on.

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For some reason which no-one has been able to discern, it seems to need the mists for survival, as if a plant is brought away from the fog it quickly and inexplicably dies.

How on earth...eh, Caelereth...did someone manage to get a living plant out of the mists?!? Wouldn't they have died long before getting away, especially since the infection has a disorienting effect?

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Therefore, if you come back after this time, the pod will no longer have any noxious gas and it will be safe to pick up and eat.   (remove two spaces here)This technique has been learnt from the Darkmist Apes who have shown surprising ingenuity and patience in developing it.

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The flesh is considered a rare delicacy by the kind of people who enjoy jumping off high cliffs into the sea  (remove space)or hunting large ferocious animals for the fun of it.

Just the occasional one too many spaces, and one last thing:

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“The taste is very mushroom-like but with a hint of well-hung meat as well, probably because it lives on flesh rather than vegetation.”

Who is this quote attributed to? Perhaps to a daring Morgerim, who I believe were rumoured to have aided in opening the portal? (Though double-check that info with the Bard before using my suggestion)

I love it! The creepiness was definitely awesome, nice job!

An idea I had while reading...

Perhaps the fruit has supposed powers when eaten? A god-like restorative, fountain of youth, or perhaps it grants super-human strength? That would definitely add to the reasons for thrill-seekers to go after it. And would there possibly be some people who have taken a religous/cult-like obsession with this plant? Perhaps worshipping it, and leading the unsuspecting to be fed to it? T'would add to the overall eerieness and evil, methinks. evil
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« Reply #9 on: 10 February 2009, 02:00:33 »

Well, people take the plant away from the mists when it's actually growing on their own skin  buck.  I'll elaborate and make that clearer.

Thanks for the comments! Aura + coming your way.

Edits made.  I think I got all the strange spacing, although I do always use a double space after a full stop.  It was just how I was taught :P
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« Reply #10 on: 11 February 2009, 02:00:28 »

Okay, here's your check!  In orange


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Basic Overview of the Plant
"Savage Mushroom" is actually a rather poor translation of the orcish name "K'arg'Batuk" (Lit: Attacking Vegetation), which somehow seemed to stick in the minds of those who heard it and gradually became accepted. Some also call it "Flesh-Eater Fungus" or “Sorcerer’s Pet” (see Myth/Lore/Origins).  It is a small, study (??) fungus found only within the Mists of Osthemangar in Northern Sarvonia.  The dull, grey-brown lichen of the main plant is the exact colour of the plains themselves, allowing it to lie hidden against the ground and prey on anything which comes to pick its deep red fruits.  It can kill and devour humans, orcs, apes and even very young Spine Worms with a noxious gas it releases from these large red pods.  This gas somehow contains the fungus itself, which then eats into living skin and flesh, slowly devouring the victim. (EWW!)

Description
At first glance this plant appears to be two different fungi growing on top of one another, one a flat lichen and the other a round, red, bulbous swelling.  In fact the lichen is the main part of the plant, a flaky, brownish non-descript sort of fungus.  It is only loosely attached to the dry soil, as most of the roots only form underneath the red fruits.  The mature plant can lie dormant for longer than anyone would care to measure, waiting until it detects another living thing nearby.  No-one knows quite how it manages to do this, although people have suggested that it can detect movements in the mists, or even that it simply uses unknown magical forces from the portal itself.

The growths which seem to emerge straight from the heart of the plant are the pods for its noxious gas.  They can grow to around a palmspan in size, although most are about the length of a human finger, and are the shape of an unopened bud.  The outer layer is slightly spongy and yields to the touch, although it’s a little firmer than that of a Sulcho Mushroom and covered in tiny holes.  The pod is a rich, foreboding red, dull and bordering on brown.

When the fungus detects the presence of another living thing, all the red pods will suddenly begin to hiss softly, and the noxious gas will spray out onto the victim.  This gas smells of something long dead and rotting, or so we have been told by those unlucky enough to get close.  This substance is highly dangerous, somehow containing enough of the fungus for it to latch onto the skin and begin growing there, even whilst the animal or person is alive (see reproduction).

Territory
This mushroom is found only on the Plain of Ehelvin on the peninsula of Caaehl'heroth in Northern Sarvonia.  It lives within the dangerous Mists of Osthemangar which surround the Deep Winds Portal.  For some reason which no-one has been able to discern, it seems to need the mists for survival, as even if the plant has gained a really good hold on a victim's flesh it will die if taken completely outside them.  However, it is often found around the edges of the mists, where they are still thick enough to support it but where other life is more common.

Usages
The red gas pods of Savage Mushrooms are actually edible and apparently fairly tasty if you can manage to quickly kill them before they have a chance to release the gas into the air.  Darkmist Ape poo makes an excellent missile once dried, and if aimed carefully then you can manage to break open the pods from a good distance.  As soon as the noxious gas is released from the pod it tries to find something living to infect, but as it disperses it loses its power within half a turn of the sun.  Therefore, if you come back after this time, the pod will no longer have any noxious gas and it will be safe to pick up and eat.  This technique has been learnt from the Darkmist Apes who have shown surprising ingenuity and patience in developing it. They may have some immunity to the gas, possibly because of their thick, impenetrable coats.  The plant wins sometimes though, when an ape accidentally leaves one of the pods alive, or is still learning the trick.

The flesh is considered a rare delicacy by the kind of people who enjoy jumping off high cliffs into the sea or hunting large ferocious animals for the fun of it.  This is partly due to the danger of collecting and eating it, but also the rumour that eating the bulging red growths will ensure a vibrant and active interest in the opposite gender for many years to come.  People, particularly men, who find they have difficultly performing in the bedroom come to seek this "cure" for the problem.  There isn't really any proof that it works, but the hope of it still seems to bring in some visitors. So, here are a few reports from people who have tried the strange fungus:

“Firmer than your average mushroom, more meaty, like chewing a piece of fine Wison steak but without the flavour” from a Remusian Trader and Explorer

“One can feel the dark power of the mists tingling on one’s tongue.  Fascinating and sensuous.”  A rather strange and pretentious mage who refused to give any details of himself.

“The taste is very mushroom-like but with a hint of well-hung meat as well, probably because it lives on flesh rather than vegetation.” A Thergerim visitor of indeterminate gender.  (Really, Rookie, considering the mushroom's supposed effect, the double entendres here are worthy of Tharoc!  "Firm"?  "Sensuous"  "Well-hung", even?   shocked)

Reproduction
The plant reproduces by infecting another living thing with its noxious gas.  This dangerous substance carries the essence of the plant, and any skin which it touches quickly shows signs of the lichen growing on it.  At first the infection looks like a brownish-red rash, becoming browner and drier within hours until the whole area is extremely painful to the touch.  It also seems to secrete something into the flesh which makes the victim weak and dizzy, so that they are more likely to become lost or disorientated and give in to the pain.

After half a day the plant will have taken a life-threatening hold on a human-size victim and large patches of the skin will begin to look like the lichen.  The victim will be around the point of collapse, although the effect depends greatly on their constitution and stamina.  If the fungus cannot be checked then it will eventually kill its prey, probably within a day or two. Smaller prey would succumb much quicker, and something like a fully mature Spine Worm has too thick skin for the fungus to really gain a hold.

Once the prey is dead it will continue to consume the corpse, and with the suddenly-abundant food it can begin to root and produce new gas pods of its own as it rapidly reaches maturity.  Once there is nothing left but bones and the red pods are fully formed, the fungus will become dormant and simply wait for the next victim to pass its way.  The whole process is incredibly short, normally taking under a week.  No one knows how long exactly the plant can live once it has matured to this stage, but it is thought to be many years, as long as it has a little water and of course the mist.

Cure/Prevention
The only sure-fire way to stop the fungus once it has got hold of living flesh is to take the victim as fast as you can away from the mists.  When there is not a bit of the foreboding fog in the air then the fungus will die completely and the infection will stop progressing.  However, depending on how far advanced it was, some of the victim’s flesh may already have died, in which case the affected part will need to be amputated.  Loosing a hand or a foot to this infection is not an uncommon outcome, due to the plant’s extremely rapid growth.  The luckiest victims often still have large brownish scars of warped dry skin, which crease and pucker like a burn scar.

There are many other stories of things which can slow the progression of the fungus, and therefore give you more time to get the victim out of the mists.  Some people say the fungus can be drowned by soaking the effected limb in water, although no account agrees on the length of time it takes to kill the plant this way.   Various bodily fluids are also recommended, including urine or vomit, although this researcher wonders how exactly their effectiveness was discovered.  Strong alcoholic drinks at least seem like they might do the trick, as do some of the strange acidic concoctions. However, none of these many speculations have been proven to have a specific effect, possibly because of the danger of testing these theories.

Myth/Lore/Origins
The fungus is thought to be a weapon which was brought through the portal and into this world by a sorcerer eons ago.  The story goes that he was the maker of the mists as well, and the only one to be able to control the strange plant.  He thought it would allow him to retain the land once it was conquered and covered in his mists.  However, the plant itself got used to the magics he used to control it and eventually took hold of the power itself, killing and devouring the sorcerer who had wielded it.  In doing this the mushroom unknowingly trapped itself on the peninsula, as the sorcerer was no longer there to advance the mists which it needed to survive.

A possible researcher might be Eleanna Kalrinwenens, a lady gnome researcher who has traveled into the area to study the plant life there, so you could include her, maybe with a quote or two for interest's sake.

Great entry!  Everything looks fine as far as I can tell.  You may want to check with Azhira, because she's writing the Osthemangar entry, but as far as I'm concerned this is pretty much blarrowable.

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« Reply #11 on: 11 February 2009, 19:53:15 »

“The taste is very mushroom-like but with a hint of well-hung meat as well, probably because it lives on flesh rather than vegetation.” A Thergerim visitor of indeterminate gender.  (Really, Rookie, considering the mushroom's supposed effect, the double entendres here are worthy of Tharoc!  "Firm"?  "Sensuous"  "Well-hung", even?   shocked)

 shocked  jawdrop I'm innocent!  Innocent I tell you!  Tharoc must have sneaked in here and scribbled over my notes when I wasn't looking!

No....seriously, I really hadn't noticed  buck

I'll go look up Eleanna, thanks for the tip and the thorough check too.
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« Reply #12 on: 12 February 2009, 00:40:57 »

OI!.......Less of it, you two. People will be getting the wrong impression of me. evil
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« Reply #13 on: 12 February 2009, 12:45:19 »

Ohhh! I see the Misty Mushrooms are done! Give me a day or two to look this over. I'm happy to see such a unique entry for my mists.  grin
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« Reply #14 on: 12 February 2009, 22:42:45 »

Sure Azhira - I'm away over the weekend so I won't be able to do anything until monday anyway ;).  I still have to add in the researched Alysse suggested too....no time so far!
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14 September 2017, 09:40:04
Hello all! It's been a minute since I poked my nose in here. Can't remember if I ever did anything useful.
09 May 2017, 14:17:18
Ah, too bad that internet is so restricted in China, Ferra. Can't be much fun surfing the web that way if Big Brother's watching you... Hope you enjoy your stay nevertheless!
03 May 2017, 17:41:19
Hi, dear Arti and other developers!

This year I am in China and cannot use any Google services including YouTube. For this reason I stopped uploading new Nepris videos. I can also not read any comments there.

It just crossed my mind that this information might be useful to you.

Cheers

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26 March 2017, 12:48:56
Hello to anyone that might read this. :)
22 December 2016, 02:38:16
Merry Christmas everyone!
29 November 2016, 01:45:48
Hey all!
11 November 2016, 09:19:02
Calling all developers; come help me write the New-Santhala article ^^
15 September 2016, 02:24:10
Still no problems here, Erutan...
14 September 2016, 14:55:28
Still having trouble accessing the RPG side, anyone else? Or is it just me?
27 August 2016, 21:17:33
Short note: We had a bit of downtime Friday/Saturday night due to a server change. Site went online first, message boards took a while longer - now everything should be back to normal.
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