Febfendu

(S. Nerlebed, Q. Nellepsë)
Other Names: Durossa.
Type: Organ Repair/Preservation.
Original Reference: MERP.
Range/Where Found: Along the banks of bodies of
freshwater in cool climes.
Characteristics: This small; white fungus grows to the size
of a man’s nose, preferring to sprout at the base of its reeds.
It does not have the traditional toadstool shape, instead
resembling a tiny finger with no cap.
Medicinal Uses: The fungus may be chopped. boiled and
(after the brew has cooled) poured into the ear of someone
who has suffered hearing damage, restoring hearing within I
week.
Other Uses: Febfendu is a tasty addition to any salad, but only
if served raw. If cooked, it becomes bitter to the point of
being unpalatable.
Cost: 90 gp/ dose.
Difficulty of Finding: Medium.
Warning: If imbibed, Febfendu brew causes a ringing in the
ears, obscuring all other sounds. This effect may last up to one week.

Febfendu

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