Caladine Species in The Sagas | World Anvil


A Caladine is a tree born from magic and they have only existed after the War of Light and Dark after the abuse of magic alter the entire continent and many of the plants and animals residing on it. The Caladine is consider a sacred tree by High Elves and Wood Elves as they are a strong source of magic with in them and sue its sap and leaves for potions and rituals. But they are carful no to harm the tree as it is somewhat sentient and can feel pain. These potions can be from healing potion to resistance potions. With rituals revolving around vanquishing monsters and demons due to the purity of the tree.

Basic Information

Biological Traits

Magic is want makes them all stand out as it is a pure source of it

Genetics and Reproduction

The produce seeds to that are carried by the wind to grow new ones

Growth Rate & Stages

It takes at least five years to grow to full size, but magic can be used to quicken the process.

Ecology and Habitats

This plant will often be at its best in forested areas, but it will able to survive in other areas as long as there is fresh soil and water or just magic in the area.

Dietary Needs and Habits

It often feeds on sunlight and water, but can feed on magic if it is near it.

Biological Cycle

The tree will loose its levels when winter arrives and its bark will grow whiter and whiter as it gets older. When it reaches the end of its lifespan it will emit a magic frequency that can only be heard by those with magic, which is known as "The Hymn of the Old Tree."

Additional Information

Geographic Origin and Distribution

They can be found all over the continent of Dageth as they grow everywhere due to the magic inside them.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

They can sense things around them through the magic stored though them
Scientific Name
Class: Magic Infused
2,000 years
Conservation Status
The plant is found all over the continent of Dageth in any place with plant life.
Average Height
20 feet
Average Weight
2 tons


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