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Health Restoration

  • a thimble-sized pale rose quartz - Restores HP's

Nervous System Restoration

  • - minor injury (twitching)
  • a sliver of pale sea green tourmaline - major injury (convulsions)
  • - minor scar (slurred speech)
  • - major scar (muscle spasms)

Limb (Arms, Legs, Hands) Restoration

  • - minor injury (cuts & bruises)
  • a reddish brown opposed bar-cut sard - major injury (broken, bleeding, & severed)
  • (old battle scars)
  • (mangled limb)
  • - Missing limbs

Eye & Torso (Back, Abdomen, Chest) Restoration

  • - minor injury (cuts & bruises)
  • a copper-hued sliver of sunstone - major injury (lacerations/bleeding)
  • - minor scar (old battle scars)
  • - major scar (painful, serious, swollen)
  • - Missing eye (NOT a blinded eye; you must heal the injury completely first)

Head & Neck Restoration

  • - minor injury (cuts & bruises)
  • a round-cut pale red spinel - major injury (lacerations/bleeding)
  • - minor scar (scar across face)
  • - major scar (several facial scars, mutilations)

Other Gems Sold by the Herbalist

a smooth columnar violet amethyst : Removes Drunkenness

Aldoran Stone Tending Quick Reference Table

Wound Minor Major Empath spell
Cure Drunkenness a smooth columnar violet amethyst a smooth columnar violet amethyst
Undisease a sliver of thin white alabaster a sliver of thin white alabaster 113
Unpoison a chip of pale blue-green turquoise a chip of pale blue-green turquoise 114
Restore Health a thimble-sized pale rose quartz a thimble-sized pale rose quartz 1101
Limb Wounds a reddish brown opposed bar-cut sard 1102
Limb Scars 1111
Nervous System Wounds a sliver of pale sea green tourmaline 1103
Nervous System Scars 1112
Head/Neck Wounds 1104
Head/Neck Scars a round-cut pale red spinel 1113
Eye/Body Wounds a copper-hued sliver of sunstone 1105
Eye/Body Scars 1114

Loresong

Warm energy floods your limbs, making them comfortably heavy as a deep feeling of tranquility washes over you. The edges of your vision begin to shimmer much like the way the hot air will waver over the desert, and you feel your sight narrowing to a faint tunnel.

Before you a woman stands upon a sea shore, her hair whipping about her in the the wind and her hands curled around a shawl that she holds close to her petite frame. A gust of wind swirls past, tugging harder on the woman and carrying with it autumn leaves which obscure your vision. As the leaves fall away, your vision returns to normal.

Tingling energy tickles at your fingers as the air before you wavers. Light spreads outward from the small pocket of energy and floods you with image after image of a woman with auburn hair and sea green eyes. You watch as she packs her belongings into a case, only to unpack them in a small room the next moment.

Before you the woman slowly ages as she moves through various duties in her life, from mundane tasks of cleaning and washing, to elaborate tasks involving study and concentration.

Without any preamble, the vision winks out.

Your voice seems to echo in your own ears overly long, and your eyes blur with unshed tears that are not your own. Raw emotion threatens to overwhelm you as before you appears the bed of a sickly man. You lean forward, murmuring soft words of comfort, and draw forth from your pocket a smooth gemstone. Placing the stone upon the man's forehead, you concentrate upon the stone and feel it warm to the touch.

Moments later, the man grins up at you, and you can see that the shadows of his sickness have fled him. You close your eyes, a smile upon your lips, and when you open them your vision returns to normal.

Unfolding before your eyes is a parade of sick patients, each coming to you and speaking softly of their ailments. You whisper encouraging words to each, and select various stones to aid them. Some stones you gift to those that come to you, while others you continue to use on the many old and new faces that greet you.

As the vision begins to fade, a deep sense of peace and contentment fills you.

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