• Finder: Felipe Fillipano
  • Climate: Temperate
  • Locale: Rural
  • Type: Perennial
  • Sort: Subshrub
  • Available: Autumn 60%
  • Cost: 9 sp/ 1 gp
  • Uses: 4


“Best known as ‘Concussion’s Savior’, Felipe’s combat mender, is such an outcome bender.”

Skjald Sejrik



Felipe Fillipano, a skilled healer and explorer, was celebrated for his relentless pursuit of rare and powerful Herbs that could mend even the most severe afflictions. His unwavering dedication to helping others led him on daring expeditions to remote and treacherous lands, where he sought the legendary Rewaki—an Herb known for its miraculous ability to cure concussion damage. Legend has it that during one of his perilous journeys through the Misty Peaks—a range veiled in mist and danger—Felipe encountered a mystical guardian who guided him to a hidden valley. There, he found the Rewaki, nestled amidst the lush foliage and protected by nature’s embrace. Recognizing its potential to heal those suffering from head injuries, Felipe Fillipano vowed to share the Herb’s gift with the World.

Felipe Fillipano’s discovery of Rewaki heralded a new era of hope for those affected by head injuries. Legends of the Herb’s origin have become a source of inspiration, motivating healers to venture into uncharted territories to find nature’s most extraordinary gifts. The discovery of Rewaki has deepened the bond between healers and the natural world, renewing the belief in the mystical and transcendent properties of Herbs. Rewaki remains an emblem of hope, promising recovery and renewal to those in need, and Felipe Fillipano’s name is forever etched in history as the visionary healer who brought the Herb’s wondrous gift to the world.

Skjald Vinotis



The nodules of the stem of Rewaki must be brewed in clear water for one whole day before drinking.

Leaves: Smooth and lance-shaped, with a vibrant emerald hue, arranged opposite each other along the stems, and with no hairiness. They exude a faint, soothing fragrance when crushed.

Stem: Woody, moderately thick, and sturdy, providing support to the dense foliage and delicate flowers.

Flowers: Small, bell-shaped blossoms in a soft lavender colour, clustered together, creating a striking contrast against the vibrant green leaves.

Root: Spread widely beneath the earth’s surface, tapping into essential nutrients and anchoring the Herb firmly.

Skjald Ulrich



Rewaki thrives in the cool and misty climate of the Misty Peaks, where the mountain air is rich with mystical energy and life-sustaining moisture.

Skjald El Mary



Preparation: Harvest the mature nodules from the Herb’s stem. Clean and rinse them thoroughly before placing them in a large cauldron of water. Allow the mixture to boil for a full day until it transforms into a potent brew. -Product: Strain the liquid to obtain the final brew.

Product: -Brew.

Methods of Herb Storage after Harvest and Refinement: After careful harvesting, the Herb’s leaves and stems are dried and preserved in airtight containers to retain their potency.

Use: Imbibe the brew as a healing elixir to cure concussion damage and alleviate the lingering effects of head injuries and concussion damage.

Effect: The potent brew of Rewaki holds the extraordinary ability to mend concussion damage, restoring cognitive functions and alleviating headaches and dizziness. Its magical essence renews the damaged neural connections within the brain, fostering recovery and rejuvenation. It will then cure 1d3 points of damage.

Skjald Valgrif



While Rewaki’s brew offers miraculous healing properties, it should not be consumed without proper guidance or in excessive amounts.

Skjald Vinotis



The Herb’s miraculous healing powers earned it the nickname “Concussion’s Savior” among healers and patients alike.

Skjald Valgrif


Last Updated on 2023-12-25 by IoM-Christian