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17 Plants


Throughout all the lands there is one constant that can always be found: Plants. But how does one identify them? How does one harvest them? Well, The Le Games is here to help with 17 Plants!

Written by Ewan Conradie (author of Supernatural Monsters: The Headless Horseman, this book details 17 exotic plants (and herbs) that can be added to any campaign world. Made for players and GMs alike, 17 Plants details the following exotic plants:

Celestial Tree
Devil’s Blood Weed
Dye Bark Tree
Everfresh Grass
Iridescent Herb
Protean Shadow Tree
Root Twigs
Sleeper’s Herb
Snag Sprigs
Snag Vine
Spiny Blackberry
Sun’s Friend
Tree Whisper
Wormwood Tree
Yellow Heather

This product comes with a portrait pdf (fully bookmarked) for easy printing, Landscape pdf (fully bookmarked) for easy online reading, and our standard Rich-Text-Document version for easy cut / copy / paste (because we know how much it sucks to do that in Acrobat Reader).

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
August 13th, 2018
Great source book for Rangers, Druids and other herbalists. [...]
January 24th, 2010
It's always hard to find cool stuff for rangers and druids, and this book really delivers on that front. The plants are all interesting and unique, and each is adorned with cool backstory and functional adventure hooks. Frankly, one of the best [...]
August 29th, 2006
A useful collection for those who want to increase the value of herbalism. A few (3-4) plants were not very interesting to me, but that is obviously subjective.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: Converts to Atlas' Occult Lore's herbalism ru [...]
July 25th, 2006
Well, I just got roped into running a game, and since everyone is playing elf tree-huggers I figured I should get me a few products to keep the nature lovers happy. This will definitely do the trick. Each entry includes information on how the plant [...]
May 28th, 2006
Decent product, with a homemade appearance. The idea behind the product is nice, but there are many more options out there that have more for us to use on similar topics. However, not too bad for the price.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b&gt [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on March 23, 2006.