Caste Book: Twilight by White Wolf Publishing

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A petrifern’s chemical makeup not only allows it to petrify itself, but also doubles as a toxin that the plant can emit from its foliage when it senses danger. Like all plants, petriferns subsist on sunlight, oxygen, and water. But unlike most f lora, they can relocate themselves to ensure they always receive an abundance of nutrients. Once rooted, a petrifern typically petrifies itself until either the nearby soil is depleted of nutrients or external factors cause it to seek sustenance elsewhere.

The pseudosphinx must be touching the querent to use this ability. Pseudosphinxes are cat-sized, fairylike creatures thought to be distant cousins to the larger and better-known true sphinxes. They most resemble gynosphinxes, though the pseudosphinxes’ monkeylike heads and tiny bodies ensure that the two species are never confused for each other. A typical pseudosphinx is 2 feet long and weighs 10 pounds. Pseudosphinxes are rarely found in groups, and scholars are unsure whether to attribute their cryptic origins to elusive demeanors or amnesic memories.

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