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'''Calamia fruit''' is a [[herb]] used to treat major limb [[scar]]s. It is sold in herb shops located in or near [[Wehnimer's Landing]], [[Solhaven]], and [[River's Rest]]. It is sold in the form of a tincture in the [[Elven Nations]].
 
'''Calamia fruit''' is a [[herb]] used to treat major limb [[scar]]s. It is sold in herb shops located in or near [[Wehnimer's Landing]], [[Solhaven]], and [[River's Rest]]. It is sold in the form of a tincture in the [[Elven Nations]].
  
Calamia fruit can be foraged in the following climates: [[Hot Damp]], [[Humid]], and [[Moist]].  It can be found in the following terrains: [[Coniferous forest]], [[Mountainous]], [[Muddy wetlands]], [[Plain dirt]].
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Calamia fruit can be foraged in the following climates: [[Hot Damp]], [[Humid]], [[Moist]], and [[Temperate]].  It can be found in the following terrains: [[Coniferous forest]], [[Cultivated]], [[Mountainous]], [[Muddy wetlands]], and [[Plain dirt]].
  
 
== Example Foragable Locations ==
 
== Example Foragable Locations ==
*[[Ta'Illistim]] - Yegharren Valley, Ravine, just after climbing the slope towards the Black Moor.
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;[[Ta'Illistim]]
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*Hanging Gardens
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*Whistler's Pass, Marsh
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*Yegharren Valley, Ravine, just after climbing the slope towards the Black Moor.
  
 
== Other Remedies ==
 
== Other Remedies ==

Revision as of 12:04, 1 October 2007

Calamia fruit is a herb used to treat major limb scars. It is sold in herb shops located in or near Wehnimer's Landing, Solhaven, and River's Rest. It is sold in the form of a tincture in the Elven Nations.

Calamia fruit can be foraged in the following climates: Hot Damp, Humid, Moist, and Temperate. It can be found in the following terrains: Coniferous forest, Cultivated, Mountainous, Muddy wetlands, and Plain dirt.

Example Foragable Locations

Ta'Illistim
  • Hanging Gardens
  • Whistler's Pass, Marsh
  • Yegharren Valley, Ravine, just after climbing the slope towards the Black Moor.

Other Remedies

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