• Finder: Bergti Munturr
  • Climate: Temperate
  • Locale: Forest
  • Type: Perennial
  • Sort: Tree
  • Available: Spring 1%
  • Cost: 100 gp/ 100 gp
  • Uses: 1


“With an oddly captivating name, Wiinclam – Surrevil Obacie, the Fruit of fame, has garnered attention for its remarkable healing properties.”

Skjald El Mary



Bergti Munturr, the intrepid Herbalist, never shied away from experimenting with newfound discoveries during his adventures. One day, he stumbled upon a grove of enigmatic Wiinclam trees. Some trees were still adorned with splendid flower displays, while others bore the rare fruits. As Bergti reached for one, a mysterious rumbling voice cautioned him against it. Turning around, he faced a Wickeryadi, the enigmatic Race of living trees, seemingly desiring the fruits for itself. After a short but intense encounter, an exhausted and slightly wounded Bergti decided to consume a couple of the rare fruits.

Skjald Ulrich



Wiinclam, found in groves of 5-20 trees, is exceptionally scarce. Each Wiinclam tree bears just one fruit per year, despite its bountiful display of pink-tinted white flowers. Interestingly, it appears as though one fruit absorbs the vitality of the rest, contributing to their scarcity. The fruit itself resembles a Banana but possesses a violet-tinted skin, setting it apart from other tropical treats.

Skjald Sigurd



Temperate Forest

Skjald Ulrich



Preparation: None, although it can be carefully dried for later use.

Use: The fruit can be consumed either fresh or dried, allowing for flexibility in its administration.

Effect: When consumed, this extraordinary fruit initiates a wondrous healing process, restoring a substantial amount of health to the recipient. The extent of health restored depends on both the fruit’s potency and the patient’s condition, ranging from 1D100 points of health regained.

Skjald Valgrif



Remarkably, the fruit can be stored for up to two months when kept in a dry, sealed container, preserving its potency for future use.

Skjald Sigurd



As with all things of great power, care must be exercised. Improper handling and consumption can lead to mould formation, causing the fruit to deliver harm rather than healing. To ensure its benefits, prudence and care are essential.

Skjald El Mary

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