Item Types[edit | edit source]
Botanicals[edit | edit source]
Botanicals are plants, usually herbs, seeds, roots, grasses, or flowers that can be found all over the world. Most of them are actual ingredients used in witchcraft, and some have folk names (eye of newt, toe of frog, etc.) as a result that are reflected in-game. Some are healthy forconsumption by humans, while others are poisonous.
Botanical Trivia[edit | edit source]
Wool of Bat is holly (in-game; in real life moss is also a contender).
Devil's Bit is devil's-bit scabious.
Adder's Fork is a plant named adder's tongue; this is not to be confused with the folk name for the dogstooth violet, which is adder's tongue.
Toe of Frog is buttercup.
Tongue of Dog is houndstongue.
Snakeroot is black cohosh.
Eye of Newt is mustard seeds.
Gemstones[edit | edit source]
Gemstones consist of five different gems (Malachite, Mother's Tears, Blood Agate, Brimstone, and Demon's Eyes) that can be found all over the world.
Gemstone Trivia[edit | edit source]
Malachite is the only gemstone that both looks and is named like its real life counterpart.
Mother's tears could be sapphire, moonstone, or chalcedony depending on what factors are looked at (in-game appearance, description)
Blood agate could either be a completely fantastical stone or based off of bloodstone, which is also known as blood agate.
Brimstone is another name for sulfur, but in-game it appears to be orange, not egg yolk yellow like it is in real life.
Demon's Eyes look a lot like garnets or rubies, but could also be fantastical like blood agate.
Tools[edit | edit source]
Tools are items of all sorts that can be found anywhere in the world or as a drop from a defeated spirit. Each tool summons a specific spirit in the overworld. Tools can be anything from jewelry to ashes. Tools with red names summon forbidden spirits. Tools that may seem to be endemic to one part of the world can be found elsewhere.