Rangers of the North
(S. “Lifebringer,” Q. Cuiletultar)
Other Names: Chebkuil’e.
Type: Life Preservation.
Original Reference: Grey Mountains.
Range/Where Found: This plant is only found on the
highest peaks of the. Grey Mountains, in nooks and crannies
usually overlooked by travelers.
Characteristics: Resembling a species of moss that clings to
rocks at very high altitudes, Cuildolthor assumes different
coloration according to the particular stage in its life cycle.
In summer, Cuildolthor is green, safe to pick and use; during
spring, it is blue-green and instantly kills anyone who eats it.
Its underside is silvery all year round.
Medicinal Uses: Cuildolthor has the effect of a Lifekeeping spell.
curing the gravest of injuries, repairing the most virulent
diseases and reversing the most potent poisons. The herb
remains potent for up to a year if packed and stored in a
Other Uses: None.
Cost: 845 gp/dose.
Difficulty of Finding: Very Hard to find, Sheer Folly to
Warning: If the green form of the herb is eaten, there is a
75% chance the consumer experiences permanent amnesia.