Rangers of the North
(S. Lithbador, Q. Litsewantar)
Other Names: Wellstep.
Type: Muscle/Cartilage/Tendon Repair.
OriginaJ Reference: MERP.
Range/Where Found: Along sea-shores in mild climes.
Characteristics: This vine snakes its way across dunes near
the sea, burrowing its roots deep into the sand and helping
to prevent wind erosion. In spring, it produces small white
and purple flowers.
Medicinal Uses: If collected fresh and eaten, the flowers
work to repair sprained joints while the subject is immobilized.
It takes a full day for the healing process to work, and
only one sprain can be repaired at a time. Any flowers eaten
after the first appear to have no effect, leaving the consumer
to complain of a bad taste in hi s mouth for several
Other Uses: None.
Cost: 22 gp/flower.
Difficulty of Finding: Medium.