• Finder: Mirion Maramell
  • Climate: Temperate
  • Locale: Forest
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  • Available: Summer 80%
  • Cost: 1 gp/ 3 gp
  • Uses: 6


“No sting to harsh, no bite to hard. A cure for all are found…”

Skjald El Mary



Mirion Maramell, a renowned Herbalist and adventurer, is celebrated for her extraordinary feats in the study of mystical Flora and Fauna. She was driven by a desire to protect her people from the dangerous Creatures that lurked in the untamed wilderness. One fateful day, while exploring the depths of the Enigmatic Thicket, a dense and perilous forest, Mirion encountered a rare and wondrous Herb that exuded an enchanting fragrance and glowed with a soothing light. Realizing its potential to safeguard against deadly venoms, she named it “Roseramion” as a tribute to her discovery and her undying commitment to safeguarding lives.

Mirion Maramell’s fascination with herbs and their protective properties began in her youth when she witnessed the devastating effects of venomous creatures on her village. Driven by the determination to find a solution, she embarked on a lifelong quest to explore the far reaches of the World in search of rare and potent Herbs. Her journey eventually led her to the heart of the Enigmatic Thicket, where she stumbled upon the Roseramion. Overjoyed with her discovery, Mirion tirelessly studied and refined the Herb’s properties, creating various potent forms of Roseramion’s protection to aid those in need.

Skjald Ulrich



Type: Perennial

Leaves: Lance-shaped, emerald-green with a silvery hue, velvety to the touch, growing in pairs opposite each other along the stem, without stalks.

Stem: Woody, reaching up to six feet tall, sturdy, and adorned with intricate patterns resembling ancient runes.

Flowers: Bell-shaped blossoms, pale pink with a golden center, blooming in clusters that emit a gentle glow during moonlit nights.

Root: Extensive and deeply rooted, spreading underground to draw nutrients and magic from the soil.

Bark: Smooth and pale, radiating a soft luminescence at night.

Fruits: Small, spherical drupes with a velvety texture, ranging in colour from pink to crimson, containing numerous seeds encased in a protective, jelly-like substance.

Skjald Vinotis



Roseramion thrives in temperate forests, where the magical energies of the woodland contribute to its potency and growth.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard



Preparation: Gather fresh Roseramion leaves and crush them into a fine paste. Extract the berries which are carefully brewed and infuse them in a magical solution to create a potent elixir.

Product: Once prepared, the poultices are spread on soft cloth for easy application, while the essential oil is stored in small gemstone vials for anointing.

Storage: Roseramion must be stored in enchanted containers made of crystal vials infused with protective wards. The Elixir is typically stored in small vials crafted from precious gemstones, while the poultices and potions are kept in ornate bottles sealed with intricate sigils.

Use: Poultices are applied to the sting. Applied to wounds or areas susceptible to venomous attacks, Roseramion poultices create a protective barrier, neutralizing toxins and preventing further harm. Elixir are ingested carefully measuring the recommended dosage.

Effect:  Roseramion provides temporary immunity against venomous stings and poisons for three days. Those protected can withstand potentially lethal venomous attacks, rendering the toxins harmless during the duration.

Skjald Valgrif



Roseramion’s protective effects are not indefinite and will safeguard against only one venomous attack or poisoning. Overreliance on the Herb’s protection may lead to complacency and potential dangers.

Skjald Vinotis



Roseramion’s enchanting fragrance and soothing glow have led many to believe it possesses divine qualities. Legends speak of Mirion Maramell’s own encounters with venomous beasts, during which the Roseramion protected her and her companions, cementing its reputation as the “Safeguard of Maramell.” The Herb’s magical properties have also inspired artists, who depict its elegant blooms and luminescent glow in tapestries and paintings, earning it the moniker “Celestial Protector” in various cultures. The discovery of Roseramion continues to be celebrated by herbalists and adventurers, who see the Herb as a gift from nature itself, providing hope and protection in the face of perilous encounters with venomous creatures and deadly poisons.

Skjald El Mary

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