Welcome to the
World of Victus!
Guide to Rare Plants!
A guide to various rare and unique flora found in Victus, as well as their medicinal uses. This guide was created by various members, and may not be used without permission! Pixels were made by Hysteria and Louhi!
| Anica Leaf|
Found on a rare plant called the Anica Bush, this is a red, thick, oak-shaped leaf, with gel trapped inside. It numbs open wounds when broken open and the inner gel is applied to the afflicted area. The numbness has a long duration and usually takes hours, even days, to fully wear off. Found only in Darkwood, The Hollow, Mushroom Forest, Kisetsumori, and Sequoia Woods.
Similar in appearance to the common cat-tail, this blood-red plant's stem is a strong sedative that is also effective at fighting fevers. It only grows in marshy lands, or along still bodies of water, like lakes. It does not need much sunlight to thrive. Found only in Deadwood Swamp, Webbed Canopy, and Red Bog.
| Blue Worm|
This plant is black, with an indigo hue along the delicate fibers of its stem, and vine-like. No flowers or leaves bloom on this plant, which can be used by ingestion to stop bleeding. It is especially useful in halting bleeding after the birth of pups. The reaction of the plant is moderately slow, so it should be taken before birthing begins to prevent complications. Found only in Isles of Morte.
This is a white fruit, cherry-like in appearance and very sweet in taste. It is given to pregnant wolves to help with morning sickness, cramps, and pain during birth. Found only in Vermillion Thicket.
| Clob Seed|
These are gathered from the clob flower. This is a small, white flower whose roots are bulbous in shape. It only grows only along a source of fresh water. The seeds can be used to alleviate aches and pains in the body, and works best if cold water is taken directly after the seeds have been ingested. Found only in Sorrow Falls, Lazuli Falls, and Lazy River.
This red flower is for healing cold, flu, and respiratory illness symptoms. It also helps to boost the immune system and flush out infection. Found only at Hopping River.
Fishmint is an odd plant that is similar to a blade of grass in appearance; however, it is covered in small, fish-like scales. The colors vary from blue to green and can be ingested to numb the entire body and fight fevers. It has a very fishy taste which some might not find all too pleasant. Found only in Undavarie's Sanctuary.
| Grim flower |
Growing only within dark woods and in low sunlight, the grim flower constantly looks as if it is wilted. It is generally brown and black in appearance. The flower of this plant has eight rounded petals that, when placed on eight specific points of the body, can restore damage done to the soul via the soul eater power. Found only in Darkwood.
| Lune's Balm|
A mild antidepressant, that soothes shock, anxiety, and fear. It also helps wolves to fall asleep easier when taken continuously, and provides wondrous, complicated, and colorful dreams. Found only at Lunar Mountain.
| Partridge Thistle|
This plant the appearance of a normal thistle; however, the thistles on the partridge thistle are incredibly sticky, almost like glue. When applied to a burn, it sticks to the flesh and slowly heals it over time. It is also useful in fighting off external infections. Found only at Vermillion Thicket, Amity Meadow and Lazy River.
| Smooth Sumona|
This plant takes the appearance of a common water lily, but the vines beneath the water's surface are clustered with thorns, making it difficult to harvest. If the petals are consumed in small quantities, it can give a numbing and hallucinogenic effect, but is deadly to the body if too much is consumed. The leaves of the actual flower are used to cure magical damage done to the body, while the lily-pad is effective at healing various physical problems such as fevers, colds, inflammation, and infection. Found only in Deadwood Swamp.
This is a reddish-colored root, growing deep in soft soil. They must be sought out and dug up. The root is usually used with older wolves with arthritis, as it eases the pain and swelling of aching joints. Found only in Amity Meadow.
A luminous, lovely plant that feeds on the black waters of the Aurora. It helps with frostbites and blisters when made into a paste, and can even soothe cracked pads and sores. Found only in The Aurora.
Guide to Common Plants!
A guide to various common flora found in Victus and their medicinal uses. They can be found almost everywhere on the map, with no need to journey out and find them. These were contributed by Dex and Lexx!
Have a suggestion for a plant or an idea? Please PM a staff member, and we will discuss adding it in!
While the fruits make a sweet snack, the medicinal properties of this plant are found in its prickly leaves, which can be chewed into a pulp and administered to an injured wolf. It eases the swelling of insect stings, or rashes caused by irritating plants.|
This is the root of a tall-stemmed thistle that possesses a sharp smell and dark leaves. It grows in dry areas. The root, when chewed or ground into a pulp, can aid in prevention of wound infection.|
A yellow flower with four petals. This plant grows in meadow areas. When juiced, the liquid can carefully be administered to swollen and damaged eyes. It cannot reverse damage to one's sight, however.|
This is a small, white flower with a large, yellow center. It has soothing properties, and when ingested, it can help anxious, traumatized, or injured wolves to relax; it can also aid in helping wolves to sleep.|
A sweet-smelling plant with large, leafy, fern-like leaves and small white flowers. It grows in forestland. The plant's use is found mainly within the pulp or juice of the leaves and roots.
It is used infected wounds and bellyaches, respectively.|
This plant has large leaves and small, bell-shaped flowers, which are pink, white, or purple, and fat, black roots, which are the main ingredient. It grows in damp, grassy areas. The roots, when pulped, can be used as an anti-inflammatory ingredient for broken bones, wounds, burns, and stiff or wrenched muscles.|
This is a common, large-leafed plant with a tangy smell and taste. It grows best in leafy, well-watered areas. When chewed up, it soothes the pain of shallow scratches and sore pads; it also soothes itches caused by rashes or bug bites.|
This is collected from the eggs of larger fowl that live on the ground. After carefully breaking the shell of an egg, either with paws or with magic, a very careful and gentle wolf can extract the skin, or membrane, which is useful in sealing small, bleeding wounds.|
These small, dark berries can be consumed to heal upper respiratory infections, flus, and other coughing illnesses. Higher doses can also be used as a gentle laxative, a diuretic, and diaphoretic, should a wolf need to cleanse their system quickly of toxins.|
A small bush-like plant with flowers resembling daisies. It has a sharp tangy smell and small, soft leaves. It grows best along water sources, and if consumed, it can reduce the body temperature for animals with fever or chills. It also heals aches and pains; it's especially good for headaches.|
This is a thick, sweet, golden-colored liquid created by bees, and found only in their nests. When swallowed, it can soothe sore or smoke-damaged throats, ease coughs, and act as an anti-inflammatory agent within the body.|
The medicinal property of juniper is in its purple-blue berries. This plant grows in dry areas. When chewed and eaten, it will soothe bellyaches and help troubled breathing. It is also used to help calm wolves.|
This is a long-stemmed plant with crinkly leaves and a sharp scent. It grows best in moist, well-drained soil, with regular sunlight. If eaten, it stops a nursing wolf from producing milk. This is useful in the sad event of a new mother's pups passing away.|
Found on the pokeweed plant, these appetizing dark berries, found on a red stem, are highly poisonous, and can kill a wolf easily within an hour or so of ingesting the fruit. They require immediate medical attention. Survivors may experience blindness or deafness.|
The tiny, round black seeds that can be shaken out of a dried poppy flowerhead are used to ease pain. They should be used sparingly, as they induce sleep, and the effects can pass into the milk of nursing mothers. They can also soothe shock or distress.|
This is a stinging plant, found commonly in forests and fields. Ingesting the seeds induces vomiting, should a wolf be ill or poisoned from something they have recently consumed. When applied topically as a poultice, it brings down swelling on wounds.|
This plant is easily distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped flowers and hairy leaves. It is chewed and eaten by nursing wolves, as it produces more, as well as richer, milk. It also brings down fevers. It grows best in forests.|
The bark of a willow tree can be chewed on raw to ease pain. In order to bring out the bark's fullest effects, one must strip the bark, place in water, and then brew the concoction slowly over a fire, either with their own elemental magic, or with the aid of a fire elemental.|