Elyhaar Wing orchid
A flower that blossoms in rarely-traveled areas, the Elyhaar Wing orchid is said to be planted by the spirits of women that have lived a full and rich life and died a peaceful death in their sleep. Nearly black at the center, the tips of each petal are almost white. These pale portions are long and thin, and curl slightly at the ends like a jackal's claw.
Wyvern Mountain Specimen
Found on the steep trail:
- Growing in the shadow of the nearby cliff is a large patch of Elyhaar Wing orchids, producing a strong fragrant odor in the thinning mountain air. Each of the delicate blooms are just barely open, showing off the white interior that resembles a jackal's curled claws. Hardy mountain bushes line the patch of flowers, giving them the appearance of a passing shadow.
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