Lirisan

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A rare and innately magical tree, lirisan is named after Saint Lirisa of the Ranger’s Guild. Completely unable to be harvested by any known mundane means (all attempts simply fail via a series of ‘coincidental accidents’, with the loggers often injuring themselves if they persist in trying), lirisan has to date only been able to be harvested if a Ranger with a particularly deep connection to nature Beseeches the tree, and the tree chooses to answer by providing the requested gift of wood. Thought to be sentient, and to perhaps even house a portion of the spirit of the Saint by some, lirisan is prized for both bow and amulet making, but its eye catching verdant-hued wood makes it attractive to many for purely decorative purposes as well. The correct capitalization is ‘lirisian’, all in lower case.

Released during the Drathrok's Duskruin 426 (2018) event. This material is required to be provided for alterations.

Crafting Properties

Durability Workability Hardness Stiffness Physical Shortbow
Affinity
Longbow
Affinity
Composite Bow
Affinity
Density Value
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Items

ItemSource isRare item
Dark lirisan Elothean competition longbow fit with polished sungold endtipsHouse of the Revenant Fang 433/Shadowy Safehousetrue
Gnarled lirisan staffDrathrok's Assemblage (4)Drathrok's Assemblage (5)true
Gracefully curved lirisan pelletbow tipped with Taisidon emeraldsSu Helmas: Seeds of Entropy/End loottrue
Gracefully curving lirisan lyra viol with star-shaped silver tuning keysCultured Attire (5)true
Imbuement rod fashioned from a lirisan branchDroughtman's Challenge 433/End loottrue
Lirisan pin set with a piece of purple zoetiaReturn to the Keep 431/Supply Wagontrue
Lirisan serpent covered with wet-looking cerulean aviaWhimsical Winds (5)true
Lirisan-handled skinning knife with an elaborately etched bladeReturn to the Keep 431/Incidental loottrue
Polished lirisan lyre caseHouse of the Revenant Fang 429/Shadowy Safehousetrue
Set of verdant-hued lirisan pan-pipes with decoratively interwoven gold wireCultured Attire (5)true
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