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Gathering ideas

Post  ShatterStar on Tue Mar 15, 2011 8:13 pm

Maybe have something like Nyxre used?

A place, a town or city where you took a mortal & pestle and gathered the herbs from "said" town, place or city\village, and gather them with some kind of hoe\gardening tool.

Which later was used with the mortal & pestle to create potions.

Can think about some names and later levels discussed once we figure out some potion names?

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Post  djmix666 on Tue Mar 15, 2011 9:01 pm

Here some real herb names and what are the common use in real life (dont need to be they real use, but can give a idea for what can be used for)
Anise hyssop: Comments/Uses: Attracts bees; edible flowers; leaves for flavoring or teas; crafts; seeds used in cookies, cakes, and muffins.
Anise : Comments/Uses: Leaves in soups, sauces, and salads; oil for flavoring; seeds for seasoning cakes, breads, and cookies.
Artemisia: Comments/Uses: Wreaths and other crafts; aromatic foliage.
Bee balm: Comments/Uses: Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds; teas; flavor jellies, soups, stews, and fruit salads; edible flowers; dried flowers in crafts.
Borage: Comments/Uses: Edible flower; leaves in salads, teas, and sandwiches; attracts bees.
Calendula (Pot Marigold): Comments/Uses: Flower petals give color to soups, custards, and rice; cookies; vinegars; crafts.
Caraway: Comments/Uses: Leaves in salads, teas, stews, and soups; seeds for flavoring cookies, breads, salads, and cheeses; roots can be cooked.
Catnip: Comments/Uses: Teas; fragrance for cats.
Chamomile, sweet false: Comments/Uses: Tea, potpourris, garnish, crafts.
Chamomile: Comments/Uses: Dried flowers for tea; potpourris; herb pillows.
Chervil: Comments/Uses: Leaves in salads, soups, and sauces; teas; butters.
Chives: Comments/Uses: Edible flower; leaves for flavoring, eggs, soups, salads, butter, cheese, dips, spreads, etc.
Clary sage: Comments/Uses: Leaves in omelets, fritters, and stews; flavoring of beers and wines; oil.
Coriander (cilantro): Comments/Uses: Entire plant is edible; leaves in stews and sauces; stems flavor soups and beans; seeds in sauces and meat dishes, potpourris, and sachets.
Costmary: Comments/Uses: Garnish; fragrance.
Dill: Comments/Uses: Teas; seasoning for butter, cakes, bread, vinegars, soups, fish, pickles, salads, etc.; flowers in crafts.
Fennel: Comments/Uses: Entire plant edible; seeds in sausage and baked goods; leaves used with fish, vegetables, cheese spreads, and soups.
Sweet basil: Comments/Uses: Leaves in soups, stews, pasta sauce, poultry and meat dishes; flavors vinegar; teas.
Feverfew: Comments/Uses: Tea, crafts.

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