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Overview

The Forgotten Flower is a large, exclusive flower which is only located deep in the continent of Zazriel. They exist in large ponds of water, where they float with enticing, yet warning colors. They change the water around them with a deep poison, which typically traps and kills any small-sized fauna which threatens them. On the entire continent of Zazriel, there are only several thousand bushels of Forgotten Flowers, which are typically solitary on any given pond or lake. Their appearance however, have let many people to collect the flowers. In the case of collection, the poison of the Forgotten Flower typically strikes the head, usually the brain, of any large macroscopic organism. In the case of affliction, a victim is prone to a type of dementia, which is caused by the poison soaking into brain matter. It attacks without prejudice, though it has a cure in the form of specially developed antidotes.

Physical

The Forgotten Flower holds a unique set of chromatic, almost nebulaic colors which are designated to ward off any large predators. While the individual flowering sections are usually safe to the touch, the high concentration of poison in the water may make the petals laced with it. Typically, the average Forgotten Flower holds colors ranging from blue, purple, red, and orange. However, ones which are exclusively green, white, black, etc. have been spotted. There are usually three parts of a Forgotten Flower, which are the 'eye', the 'secondary pod', and the 'primary pod'. The eye is known for detection of threats, which allows the flower to excrete poison. The primary and secondary pods allow for pollinating, typically flying organisms to safely land and spread the flower.

Usage

The Forgotten Flower has usage in its poison, which may help people afflicted with trauma recuperate. This is done by precise admission of poison to areas of the brain, which is able to let participants forget about trauma. However, side effects have been deeply noted, with emotional instability and unwanted memory loss being rather common with people who choose to forget about traumatic effects. A more therapeutic method of poison, which is mixed with sedatives and a mildly effective antidote may be sprayed to keep people under a dizzy trance to help them forget.

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