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A tropical tree often described as "weeping bloodwood", the name does not refer to the color of the wood (which is usually a pale brown with a slight reddish tint) but because when wounded or scarred, the bloodwood tree produces a tree gum that looks very similar to freshly spilled blood. This gum hardens quickly and retains its color, giving a bloodwood tree a permanent stained appearance. Based off the real world Dracaena or Dragon Tree.

Bloodwood is not needed for alterations.


Hardness Durability Workability Stiffness Physical Shortbow
Composite Bow
Capacity Density Value
40 70 5 60 60 95 95 20 5 5.6 Tropical


ItemSource isRare item
Amber-inlaid bloodwood sundialBoar Clan Ranger Guild Canteentrue
Blackened horseman's mace with a bloodwood haftCartilage Crushers (1)true
Blackened steel throwing hammer with a sturdy haft of bone-inlaid bloodwoodDusky-blue basilisk hide satchel decorated with ur hhrki'izh claws along the flapCurse of the Ghost Ship/End Loottrue
Bloodwood cane capped with a fierce owlWalk This Way (2)true
Bloodwood cane topped with a ruby-eyed dragon's headCourtly Styles (1)Head to Toetrue
Bloodwood cane topped with a ruby-eyed zombie's headCourtly Styles (2)Walk This Way (1)true
Bloodwood dako'gi crossbow set with a bone scrimshaw boltplateBasimah's (3)true
Bloodwood display case with wraiths burnt into the sidesTrader Guild, Ratha Shop/Archivetrue
Bloodwood double-stringed crossbow carved to resemble a dragonCurse of the Ghost Ship/End Loottrue
Bloodwood hide scraper branded with a multitude of black spidersGreat Outdoors (1)Great Outdoors (2)Great Outdoors (4)true
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