A bright red flower that faces certain directions all in unison.
Nobody can quite understand the power that turns the flower but it is a very enchanting encounter when there is a large shift in the Wizard’s Rube. A bright fiery flower that grows in bunches which suddenly, as a unit, shifts it’s direction 90 degrees. It is considered good luck if you are able to witness a Rube Change, as it is called.
Most often it is very subtle as it slowly rotates its gaze. Every Wizard’s Rube that has been checked has always uniformly pointed the same direction no matter how far apart they are.
There might be something in your world that drives this change.
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Cute flower :)
Aren't most flower's cute?
Just what popped to mind when I read it. I really meant to say that it was usable and exotic, but I feel like I am saying the same thing in every setting information post.
Another timing/ mystically sensing plant. At least yours seems less effective because no one knows the corralation.
Kinda spooky flower if you ask me. If I saw an entire cluster of flowers turn and point to another direction I was choose to walk away in the other direction. Very spooky.
I like it - a new idea, and some mystery to it.
I like it too.
A nice special effect indeed.
this sounds like a good, fun thing to throw at my characters in the conservatory of the castle... it turns in the middle of their exploration, and they spend the rest of the session trying to figure out why. =D
Might adapt its use it in my campaign, but instead of always in the same direction It points to the nearest ley-line. (which will appear to be the same direction) kind of like a leyline sunflower. (my pc's know nothing of the lines nor that some of their powers only work while they are within one, I chart out ley lines on my maps and change encounters based on if they are within a line or not)
Short and sweet.