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Bestiary Echinops full

Echinopsae are huge, carnivorious plants. see also Archespore

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Journal Entry

"Echinopsae are monstrous plants born of curses which grow in places where terrible crimes have been committed if the crime in question was never atoned for. The beasts try to take their vengeance on criminals, but they do not spare the lives of innocents who haplessly enter their territory."

Details

Occurrence: Echinopsae grow in places where crimes have been committed or on the graves of the victims of such crimes
Immunity: Immune to any effects which influence the mind (fear, stun, Axii sign); they feel no pain and can neither be poisoned, blinded, knocked down nor bled to death
Susceptibility: Echinopsae are sensitive to silver and highly susceptible to incineration attempts
Tactics: Echinopsae are rooted to the ground, but they shoot with poisoned thorns
Alchemy: Echinops rootstock and spores
Bestiary Echinops

Location

Source

Notes

  • Their remains will not contain Echinops Rootstock unless you have this bestiary entry.
  • Like a lot of the floral life presented in the game and the books, Echinops can be found in the real world, too: it's the genus of both the daisy family Asteraceae and Madagascarian mammal family Tenrecidae.
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