|24 Jan 2004|| Andy Nelson|
You can grind it up and make a stew. Goes good with magic mushrooms.
|25 Jan 2004|| Gwaeraurond <Gwaeraurond@yah...com|
hmm. Looks like a frozen flame, with a smoth glass surface. Perhaps it lives in Desert sands, blooming on cool nights. The sands satify it's need for silica, and deep within it's core it Digests this sands and crstals form. These Crystals, resemble quartz, but are different becuase of the Organic metabolic process of it's making. Given that the flow must bloom and die before the night is over, such a crystal would not be very strong, so let us say that it makes crystal seeds, capable of survivng the harsh climates for thousands of years, waitng with eternal patience for a little rain to grant it the spark of Life to explode with Fires of Life.
|25 Jan 2004|| Siobhan Ball doesn't exist|
It could be a leaf from the wyrm tree, like sea anenomies and clown fish (two poisonous creatures living in symbiosis), the pheonix nests in these trees as they are the only trees it doesnt burn down and it can use the heat generated by the tree to incubate it's young. In return the pheonix's carry the pollen from tree to tree as no other birds can aproach without being burned up.
|8 Jul 2004|| Erika Jade Bagasan|
Well most adults just consider them weeds, but small children love them; inside each shell, which you can open by pressing on either side if you're careful not to prick your fingers, is a seed shapes vaguely like a frog (but of course small children have good imaginations) which you can cause to jump by kind of pressing don lightly in the right spot. Some children get quite good at this and play a shooting their 'frogs' back into the shells. Imagine their parents' irritation upon finding the prickly shells strewn about their floors.
|14 Oct 2004|| TheSilverTopHat|
It's an extreamly strong pain killer that practically seperates the user from his nervous system for a few hours. It must be given in small doses at two hour intervals and never more then a ground up hand full. If taken too often, or in great quantities it gives violent hellucinations. The plant is given its name because of its bell shape and the strange ringing noise that users hear when the plant's abilities come into affect.
|15 Oct 2004|| Dragn luvr|
Yellow ice rose. Thats all i can think about.
|15 Oct 2004|| Carl Kenneth Cox|
How about a flower that, when exposed to open flame, instead of catching fire, it reaches a semiliquid state, and when it cools, it hardens to an amber-like substance? Perhaps even it melts at a low enough temperature that once removed from the flame it can be handled, or pressed to one's flesh to allow it to cool into the shape of truly custom-fit armor? Just a thought
|3 Dec 2005|| Anonymous|
it is a fruit. Like assion fruit in out world, but it has a sort of wild taste. Like artificial watermelon, peaches, and banana-smoothie mixed together. With pineapple. =3
|7 Aug 2008|| Anon.|
"In the days before humans came and spoiled everything, before the elves came and sang things to life, before the elements became fixed and unmoving, before Fire and Water and Earth and Wind were the only revered gods, there was another. No one ever learned it’s name, for it was a secretive thing. It was waxy and sunshine yellow, spiked, and it was always preceded by a following of small tinkling bells. Some thought it was a deity of music, while others belived it was a patron of plants. I do not belive that is the case. I rather belive that it was the god of souls; that it was protecting the spirits of all the living beings gathered on the Earth. The reason it isn’t here anymore? Well how many people do you know who have souls these days? There are some, but there aren’t enough for the creature to show itself to anyone. Well; nearly anyone."
Sorry for the sappy paganness; I am so bored today.