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  • everything for my usage. please do not take any of these character ideas, characters or anything really unless you do ask. you can simply shoot a pm to use a template/idea/etc and i'll let you know. any templates being used by others will be given full credit to, of course.


    character's list

    • noreidimir [ tags , plot ]
    • mija [ tags, plot ]

    ext character names

    • criminaljustice
    • deadbones
    • fieldguide
    • moko
    • judgementday
    • corpseexplosion

    trad character names

    • condorfeather
    • galebreeze
    • rabbitbounce


  • DEADLY MEDICINES


    DAFFODIL - bulbs are poisonous and cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea; can be fatal. stems also cause headaches, vomiting, and blurred vision


    DAPHNE (laurel family) - causes burns to mouth and digestive tract, followed by coma; often fatal


    DOLL'S EYES - strange berries are poisonous; easy to recognize


    DROPWORT - the stems and roots are brutal killers, while the rest is safe to come into contact with, notably causes the sardonic grin


    DUMBCANE - can cause intense burning, reddening of the skin, irritation, and immobility of the tongue, mouth, and throat if ingested


    ELDERBERRY - the roots, twigs, leaves + unripe fruit are considered poisonous & cause nausea + digestive upset

    ELEPHANT EAR - symptoms are generally irritation, pain, and swelling of tissues. if the mouth or tongue swell, breathing may be fatally blocked.

    FOXGLOVE - as stated above, this planet has a high chance of paralysis or heart failure, yet can cure heart problems in case of a miracle

    FRANGIPANI - contact with the milky latex may irritate eyes + skin

    GIANT HOGWEED - sap causes severe skin inflammations when affected skin is exposed to sunlight ; blisters commonly form & leave black or purplish scars for the next few moons ; sap in contact with eyes may cause permanent blindness

    GOLDEN CHAIN - all parts of the plant- especially the seeds- are poisonous & can be lethal if consumed in excess. poisoning may include intense sleepiness, vomiting, excitement, staggering, convulsive movements, slight frothing at the mouth, unequally dilated pupils, coma + death

    HEMLOCK - causes stomach pains, vomiting + progressive paralysis of the central nervous system; can be fatal

    HENBANE - seeds + foliage can produce dilated pupils, hallucinations, increased heart rate, convulsions, vomiting, hypertension and ataxia

    HOLLY BERRIES - though a single berry isn't deadly to a healthy and strong adult cat (several can kill them anyways) they are still a threat to kits

    HONEYBUSH - all parts are toxic, symptoms include paralysis + loss of limbs due to lack of circulation

    HORSE-CHESTNUT - all parts are poisonous, causing nausea, muscle twitches, and sometimes paralysis

    HYACINTH - bulbs are poisonous, causing nausea, vomiting, gasping, convulsions + possibly death

    IVY - the berries are poisonous, causing stomach pains, labored breathing + possible coma

    JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT - attractive berries cause skin, mouth and throat irritation, resulting in swelling, burning pain, breathing difficulties and upset stomach

    JEQUIRITY. a.k.a "CRAB'S EYE" or "ROSARY PEA" - symptoms of poisoning include nausea, vomiting, convulsions, liver failure, and death, usually after several days ; inhaled dust is toxic and pinpricks can be fatal

    JIMSON WEED, a.k.a "THORN APPLE", "MOONFLOWER", or "SACRED DATURA" - ingestion causes abnormal thirst, hyperthermia, severe delirium + incoherence, visual distortions, bizarre + possibly violent behavior, memory loss, coma & often death

    LARKSPUR - young plants + seeds are poisonous, causing nausea, muscle twitches + paralysis; often fatal

    LILY OF THE VALLEY - causes swift cardiac failure

    LUPIN - causes an allergic reaction if the cat is sensitive to its toxins upon ingestion

    MANDRAKE - root is hallucinogenic + narcotic, once used to treat melancholy, convulsions + mania, but has proven to be deadly via anticholinergic + hypnotic effects

    MAYAPPLE - green portions of the plant, unripe fruit + especially the rhizome cause severe digestive upset

    MEADOW SAFFRON or AUTUMN CROCUS - symptoms typically start 2 to 5 hours after a toxic dose has been ingested but may take up to 24 hours to appear, and include burning in the mouth and throat, fever, vomiting, abdominal pain and kidney failure

    MILKY MANGROVE - contact with sap can cause skin irritation and blistering; eye contact can cause temporary blindness

    MISTLETOE - all parts of the plant, especially the leaves + berries, contain an array of dangerous chemicals with symptoms of acute gastrointestinal discomfort, weak pulse + slow heart rate & even seizures

    MOONSEED - the fruits + seeds are poisonous, causing nausea + vomiting; often fatal

    MOUNTAIN TOBACCO, a.k.a "WOLF'S BANE" - causes internal bleeding, nervousness, accelerated heart rate, muscular weakness, and death if enough is ingested. rather rare however.

    NUTMEG - a lethal hallucinogen, easy to overdose

    OLEANDER - doesn't instantly kill, instead causes slow and painful feverish cardiac death. its effects are difficult to reverse & is just as difficult to notice. sap can cause skin irritations & severe eye inflammation + irritation

    PASSION FLOWER - contains the same poison as apple seeds, cyanide. ex-lovers often poison each other with this herb

    PEACH - leaves + seeds are toxic, the fruit is a rather tasty treat, but it is discouraged to eat it

    PLUM - leaves + seeds are toxic, the fruit is a rather tasty treat, but it is discouraged to eat it

    POKEWEED - ingestion of the roots, berries + leaves of the plant may cause severe stomach cramping, nausea, vomiting (sometimes bloody), slow +difficult breathing, weakness, spasms, hypertension, severe convulsions & death

    POISON IVY & POISON-OAK - skin reactions can include blisters + rashes. the oil spreads readily to fur + back again & has a very long life. infections can follow scratching

    POISON RYEGRASS - seeds + seed heads contain fatal poisons, too few occurrences to be sure of causes of death

    RHUBARB - leaf stalks are edible ; symptoms of poisoning include kidney disorders, convulsions and coma, though it is rarely fatal

    SPINDLE - ingestion of its fruits can result in liver and kidney damage and even death

    SPIDERFLOWER, a.k.a "SILKY OAK" - can cause severe contact dermatitis

    TANSY - this will only affect pregnant queens, as it causes miscarriages

    WATER HEMLOCK - as the second quickest killer, this herb grows at river's edges, so be wary. causes writhing and foaming at the mouth

    WATER LILY - extremely poisonous, yet attractive, to cats, causing acute renal failure; as few as two petals of the flowers can kill

    WILD COTTON, a.k.a AMY ROOT - all parts are toxic, and cause cardiac arrest

    WINTER CHERRY - all parts, especially the berries, are poisonous, causing nausea + vomiting. it is occasionally fatal, especially to kittens

    YELLOW JESSAMINE - all parts are poisonous, causing lethal nausea and vomiting ; it is possible to become ill from ingesting honey made from jessamine nectar.

    YEW, a.k.a "DEATHBERRIES - the infamous killer of plants, its poisons act quickly by attacking the blood stream


  • LIST OF HERBS ALPHABETICALLY

    < (external use, ex. applied, rolled in) | > (internal use, ex. consumed, chewed on)


    ALDER BARK - used for toothaches >

    ALFALFA - prevents tooth decay >

    ALLIUM - strictly burial herb ; see aromatherapy. <

    ALOE VERA - inside gel of the leaf treats skin problems + burns <

    ASH TREE - new shoots made into a police & applied to snake bites to extract venom <

    BARBERRY - efficient antioxidant & antimicrobial herb, stabilizes heart disorders >

    BAYBERRY - berries for headaches & leaves for cleaning wounds ><

    BAY LAUREL - ground leaves masks sour + bitter tastes ( too much can be spicy ) & paired with aloe vera + water treats rashes; see deadly herbs. ><

    BEACH GRASS - repels infections in wounds <

    BEARBERRY - helps swelling in joints & wounds, can be used to lure prey <

    BEE BALM - removes bee stingers and thorns <

    BEECH LEAVES - carries herbs ; see travel herbs. x

    BINDWEED - fastens sticks to broken limbs <

    BLACKBERRY - soothes bee stings & astringent <>

    BLESSED THISTLE - increases blood circulation >

    BORAGE LEAVES - treats high fevers and helps queens with milk supply >

    BRAMBLE TWIGS - chewed into a fine syrup. helps sleeping >

    BROKEN ROSEMARY BLOSSOMS - heals eye infections & covers wounds around the eye <

    BROOM - poultice helps broken legs & other serious wounds <

    BURDOCK ROOT - treats external infections, mostly rat bites <

    BURNET - relieves cramping >

    CARAWAY - used to energize cats & burial herb ; see aromatherapy + travel herbs. ><

    CATCHWEED - fastens treatment onto a cat <

    CATNIP, a.k.a "CATMINT" - famed for being the cure-all for greencough and whitecough, but also puts cats in a passive state >

    CELANDINE - eases pain & treats eye injuries <

    CHAMOMILE - calms cats in shock & strengthens cats ; see aromatherapy. >

    CHERVIL - treats bellyache >

    CHERVILLE ROOT - keeps away & heals infection <>

    CHICKWEED - a weaker treatment for greencough >

    CHIVES - eases teething pains in kittens ; see aromatherapy. >

    CILANTRO - adds taste to prey + helps burn calories >

    COBNUTS - mixed into ointments for added hold <

    COLTSFOOT - used for whitecough + kittencough & will help wheezing + shortness of breath >

    COMFREY - helps mend broken bones ><

    DAISY LEAVES - soothes aching joints <

    DANDELION LEAVES - another calmer for nervous cats >

    DILL - eases muscle + stomach cramping & increases milk flow in queens >

    DOCK LEAVES - treats nettle stings + scratches, juice for soothing sore pads <

    ECHINACEA - eases infection >

    ELDERBERRY - soothes sore throats & simple remedy against flu + colds, but unripe berries are dangerous ; see deadly herbs. >

    ELDER LEAVES - treats sprains <

    EPAZOTE, a.k.a "WORMSEED" - kills parasitic worms + bugs >

    FENNEL - treats hip pain >

    FERN - cleans out wounds <

    FEVERFEW - cools fevers & treats mild headaches >

    FOXGLOVE - seeds help heart, but easily cause paralysis + heart failure. leaves can stop deep bleeding quickly. almost always kills, so use only as a last resort. see deadly herbs. ><

    GARLIC SKINS - used to awaken cats from herb-induced sleep ; see aromatherapy. x

    GINGER - treats asthma + coughs >

    GINGKO - supports memory & brain function ; maintains healthy blood flow ; reduces traumatic stress >

    GOLDENROD - helps stiffness + aching joints & treats severe injuries <

    GOOSEGRASS - clots bleeding <

    GRASS - treats bellyache <

    GUMWEED - seals infected wounds & speeds up healing process >

    HAWTHORN - treats indigestion >

    HAWKWEED - useful for treating the common illness >

    HEATHER NECTAR - sweetens herbal mixtures and makes swallowing easier ; mix in with herbal mixtures >

    HEDGEHOG BUDS - cures runny noses <

    HONEYSUCKLE - relieves internal swelling & bleeding gums ; see aromatherapy. >

    HORSETAIL - poultice of leaves for infected wounds & sap can be combined with cobwebs to reduce bleeding <

    IRIS - stimulates breathing during kitting, but everything except the petals is poisonous >

    IVY - calms cats, helps heal small scrapes & another option for coughs if supplies are limited ; see deadly herbs. ><>

    JUNIPER BERRIES - other treatment for bellyache & calms cats under pressure >

    LADY'S MANTLE - treats indigestion, cramping + bloating >

    LAMB'S EAR - gives cats strength ; see travel herbs. >

    LAVENDER - treats small coughs, minor fevers + sore throats & helps cats rest ; see aromatherapy. >

    LEMON BALM - reduces anxiety & promotes sleep >

    LEMONGRASS - treats spasms + seizures & high blood pressure >

    LOTUS - used as an energizer ; see travel herbs. >

    LOVAGE - fights inflammation <>

    LILYTURF - chewed into scrapes + minor wound police <

    MALLOW - fights strong infections & treats wasp or bee stings <

    MAJORJAM (SWEET), a.k.a "OREGANO" - clears sinuses & relieves aching joints ; see aromatherapy + travel herbs >

    MARIGOLD - keeps wounds from being infected & heals sores <

    MARSHMALLOW ROOT - used to sooth digestion, terribly sweet & supports healthy fur. in salves, treats sunburns. ><

    MILKWEED - treats sores + burns, do not use around ears or eyes, poisonous when eaten >

    MINT - burial herb & freshens breath ; see aromatherapy. <>

    NARCISSUS - soothe a queen during contractions >

    NASTURIUM - serves as a disinfectant & anti-infection agent <

    NETTLE LEAVES - keeps down swelling of wounds <

    NETTLE SEEDS - counters weak poisons >

    OAK LEAVES - clots bleeding & helps infections <

    PANIC GRASS - binds broken limbs in place & increases energy. traveling herb ><

    PARSLEY - stops initial flow of milk in nursing queens so it can be saved for later >

    PAWPAW - treats kittencough >

    POPPY SEEDS - best herb to numb pain & help cats sleep. more than two is threatening >

    PORTULACA - treats dehydration & removes sea salt from eyes ><

    RAGWEED - gives cats strength ; see travel herbs. >

    RAGWORT - treats aching & bruises <

    RASPBERRY - eases pain during kitting & astringent >

    ROSEMARY - strictly burial herb ; see aromatherapy. <

    ROSINWEED - cleans out system after dispelling poisons >

    RUE - sharpens eyesight & eases migraines >

    RUSH - binds broken limbs in place <

    SAGE - speeds up the healing of bruises >

    SAGE ROOTS - use for cracked pads & with combined with poppy seeds for speeded recovery <>

    SANDWORT - dulls pain & treats thorn wounds <>

    SAVORY (SUMMER) - relieves thirst & sore throat >

    SAVORY (WINTER) - treats bloating & insect stings + bites ><

    SKULLCAP SEEDS - gives cats extra strength ; see travel herbs. >

    SNAKE ROOT - counters effects of venom + poison <>

    SORREL - soothe scratches <

    STINGING NETTLE - leaves reduce swelling & seeds counter poison induced by vomiting ><

    STRAWBERRY - aids in digestion >

    SWEET SEDGE - eases infection >

    TANSY - treats coughs & weak wound cleaner ><

    THYME - yet another calmer >

    TORMENTIL - treats wounds & counters weak poison <>

    VIOLET SAGE - burial herb & soothes confused cats ; see aromatherapy. >

    WALNUT - treats snake bites externally, ulcers + parasites internally <>

    WATERMINT - treats bellyaches >

    WILLOW TREE SAP - watery sap beneath bark can be dripped into eyes to clear blurriness & can be applied to skin to soothe itches + rashes >

    WILD ROSE - high in vitamins to prevent illness or infection >

    WINDFLOWER - treats cramps & pregnancy pains >

    WITCH HAZEL - used to help cats wake up from poppy-seed-induced sleep >

    YARROW - used to force cats to regurgitate, removes poisons from stomach >



    NON-HERBAL MEDICINES

    CHARCOAL - hard to obtain, but effectively treats almost any poison

    COBWEBS - stops bleeding and keeps wound protected. must be changed regularly <

    HONEY - treats sore throats & smoke inhalation ; common treat for kits >

    MOUSE BILE - removes ticks, be sure to wash paws afterwards <

    STICKS - used to distract a cat from pain when other medicine is not available or recommended. have cat bite down on it. recommended for kitting queens x

    WILD GARLIC FIELD - rolling in it prevents infection in wounds / rat bites, will sting <


    OTHER NON-HERBAL TREATMENTS

    ❧ gently nipping a cat's spine or poking it hard with a claw tests to see is if the backbone if broken. if there is no response, the spine will be broken. repeat this in different places until the break is located.

    ❧ licking a cat's fur can help clean wounds, comfort/ calm down a shocked or grieving cat & warm a cold cat. (for the latter, lick the fur the wrong way. this is most often used on newborn kits.)

    ❧ soaking moss in water and holding it in front of a sick/injured/weak cat makes it easier for them to drink. soaked moss may help with fevers & clean up blood.

    ❧ using nectar, honey or mouse blood can makes herbs sweeter + more appealing to cats- therefore making it easier to take bitter herbs.

    ❧ holding a swelling wound in cold water will take down swelling. cats can also soothe scraped pads in water as well.

    ❧ a cat with weak or hurting muscles/bones can take part in water therapy. have them wade in water not to deep or shallow & eventually they'll get stronger.

    ❧ having a sick cat wail or yowl will keep lungs and chest clear of mucus.


    TAKING CARE OF HERBS

    ❧ if any herbs are wet, leave them out in the sun until they dry

    ❧ gather fresh herbs when the stock grows low

    ❧ leave enough of the herb on the plants herbs are gathered from so it can reproduce

    ❧ check the stock often & throw out old or ineffective herbs


    ADDITIONAL PRACTICES

    ❧AROMATHERAPY

    The following herbs are only useful when hung out to spread around in the air, meaning none of these, unless previously mentioned, have any use on the actual cat.


    ANISE - distensions, coughing, gut and stomach spasms, low digestive secretions and dry mucosae, bronchitis; it stimulates lactation in new mothers

    BASIL - anxiety, depression, irritability, nausea, stomach cramps, insect bites, lactation problems, pharyngitis, laryngitis, asthma, colds, colitis, parasites, migraines; pregnant queens should avoid it.

    BERGAMOT ORANGE - anxiety, irritability, stress, distension, gut infections, stomach cramps; good for healing scars, but it must not be applied on the skin before sun exposure

    CILANTRO, a.k.a CORIANDER - irritability, depression, respiratory infections, distension, stomach aches, intestinal parasites, meteorism

    CLOVE - helps birth preparation ; distension, wounds, low libido, dyspepsy, tooth pain

    EUCALYPTUS - respiratory infections, colds, sinusitis, head aches, neuralgy, ulcer, gut parasites, fever, cystitis, muscle pains, nephritis, hypoglycemia

    FIR - bronchitis, tracheitis, laryngitis, sinusitis, general weakness, rheumatism

    THYME - respiratory infections, coughing, colds, rheumatism, sole mycosis, lymph stasis

  • ❥ born november 30th of 2017 in sunclan

    ❥ half-sister to candela, noria, juggernautkit / generation 7 or 8 / ashina c-l x npc

    ❥ half-demon & mortal / called a cambion

    ❥ found in blizzardclan by callingcosmos & adopted by him [dec. 16th]

    ❥ callingcosmos tortured by the exiles on dec. 16th

    ❥ first medic training on dec. 17th

    ❥ experiences first child-birth by koralina, and stillborn dec. 23rd

    ❥ visits sunclan on dec. 25th

    ❥ experiences harsh seizures n twists ankle on dec. 29th

    ❥ promoted to paladin trainee dec 30th [s/hp]

    ❥ visits sunclan again on dec. 31st to gather items, is cussed out by gareth: first dislike

    ❥ promoted to medic trainee jan 10th

    ❥ second birthing sight experience jan 11th

    ❥ captured by the cartel on jan 21st

    ❥ rescued with others in blizzardclan raid jan 27th

    ❥ disappears on like feb 3rd


    tbu

    devil incarnate

    high queen → valhalla → tags

  • jayden's new life after fragilepast killing her for being an archangel

    bhr & regu member atm


    sister to velvet

    lunes ayres-kuninglik // dapvhir

    bhr // member // information

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  • LIST OF HERBS ALPHABETICALLY

    < (external use, ex. applied, rolled in) | > (internal use, ex. consumed, chewed on)

    Alder Bark >

    • used for toothaches

    Alfalfa >

    • prevents tooth decay

    Allium <

    • strictly burial herb ; see aromatherapy

    Aloe Vera <

    • inside gel of the leaf treats skin problems and burns

    Ash Tree <

    • new shoots made into a police & applied to snake bites to extract venom

    Barberry >

    • efficient antioxidant & antimicrobial herb, stabilizes heart disorders

    Bayberry ><

    • berries for headaches & leaves for cleaning wounds
  • Lastbastion x Noreidimir

    ( Shadow Veil Leader x Shadow Veil Deputy )

    Introduction →

    • A litter of pure love, one made of a relationship of a bond that not even Gods could shatter. It all came to the start when Noreidimir stumbled upon Shadow Veil as a nervous, skittish female and came across Lastbastion. As love at first sight, Lastbastion went through Heaven and Hell and took care of Noreidimir: Lastbastion nervous to let anyone know she was gay, swallows down the fear and on October 14th the two begin dating. Times were tough as Noreidimir went through a near-death torture, then on November 6th: Lastbastion gives birth to her first litter where all but two of the kittens survived. November 24th, Lastbastion proposes to Noreidimir where the deputy accepts and November 26th, Noreidimir comes forth to tell her beloved that she wants children: leading to this litter.

    Relations →

    • Lastbastion's relations → Generation 2, Toxin of Vibrant Flower × Domino . Mother is co-leader of the Highlands (Toxin) , father is deceased (Domino). Lastbastion is currently one of the leaders of Shadow Veil.
    • Noreidimir's relations → Generation 1. NPC x NPC. Noreidimir is the current Deputy of Shadow Veil.
    • These kittens will be Generation 3 and HPR.

    Genetics →

    • Noreidimir is a lilac snowshoe with bright blue eyes, a reference can be found here. Lastbastion possessed a black smoke cat with light yellow eyes, a reference can be found here. These kittens can be any pattern, and so as long as they are realistic! Future development of wings, horns and so are allowed if you wish for them to gain such.

    Rules →

    1. First thing is, do not steal other's pieces of work or art unless you have their permission to use.
    2. Clan names are okay, as Lastbastion has a clan name and Last will most likely name those with clan names and Noreidimir will name those with loner names. No names are to be depressing as these kittens will be loved dearly and taken very care of by their mothers.
    3. If you are going inactive or can't keep up with the kitten, allow me or Merioneth to know so we can rehome them to somebody else.
    4. These kittens are to remain in Shadow Veil about a month or two of real time, or mid-apprentice age in Agrelos time.
    5. The due date for these kittens will be December 25th, or late December 24th as they'll be a gift for these parents.

    Slots →

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    Slots may vary depending on the amount of applications which applied.