Unlike their neighboring pools, All sorts of plants grow here, like Willyweed
, Staunch weed
, Moisac Plant
, Whistle Reeds
, and even Dwarf Buttons
is a form of seaweed that usually grows in warm water. It's rather slimy, and grows in large patches deep under the water. Once it dies, it detaches from its roots and floats to the surface where it's harvested. The cool bit it, after some strange dares and really bad cooking, People discovered Willyweed
can give land creatures the ability to breathe underwater.
Seeing as Malk
is a staple in Tublian
culture, it makes sense to find it near by. While not extremely common, It's not rare to see clumps of Malk
embedded in the pool rims or jut beyond the bank.
The rudamentory bandaid. Staunch weed
can be found clinging to the wet rocks and hiding just inside little water-worn grooves. It's actually quite easy to find due to its natural red color even when wet. If looking to climb around on the waterfalls, patches of Staunch weed
are a good place to put your hands and feet.
The Moisac Plant
is probably the most common plant in the area, besides normal grass, moss, and an assortment of Wildflowers on the northern banks. The Moisac Plant
grows along the banks, not in the water itself but just above it. Its diamond, mosaic-like leaves give the impression that the whole area is one big piece of artwork that really pushes its beauty.
When the wind blows, as lightly as it may all the way up there, Whistle Reeds
take over, filling the area with soft music. They grow mainly in the lower pools where there is more soil in the water instead of rock, but they can probably be found anywhere if you look hard enough.
casually grow all along the earth, embedding itself in every other plant while almost taking over. It, like moss, make lounging in the area quite comfortable and really makes everything look quite picturesque.
The Angaed Turtle
is built for warmer weather and warmer waters, making the Seeing Pools a perfect home for them. They feed on the local Dwarf Buttons
and live between the rocks and blue waters. Their vivid teal and dark aqua shells bled rather perfectly with the waters and the local wildlife.
migrated south from the Shaye Forest
to settle around these little ponds. Durring the day they sleep under leaves and in little burrows, but at nigh they take to the skies, softly glowing pink and yellow and orange; all the colors of the Dawn.
swarms, while uncommon, can be found in the area if your quiet and patient. They occasionally come up from the Pach Groves
to play in the waters and catch their fill of small, huntable animals. The swarms that spend time here are just as tricky as normal swarms, but these are noticeably shyer.
, also known as Royal Toads, are the funniest little creatures. They have a habit of picking up moss and other low-growing plants on its back and wearing them like a cape. Due to its prolonged time in the Shaye Forest
, these plants often show unusual sizes, completely swamping the little toad. Around the Seeing Pools, they can often be found with Moisac
or Dwarf Buttons
all over it's back.
are a particularly annoying type of Fly. They live in the pool banks, hatching at dawn like clockwork. Thankfully, they aren't particularly harmful and they make a good snack for the toads and frogs, and spiders in the area. However, It's a good idea to try and keep extremely flammable things away from them because they are known to spontaneously combust on death.
are mostly back with a gold stripe down its back and golden under feathers. These birds make their nest in the underbrush and have the uncanny ability to mimick speech. When people come looking for prophecies, these birds often speak up and recite old ones they heard before and people mistake their words for a Zii's