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Corvus – A Raven’s Tale – Crown of Crows – Part V – The Meadow Temple; Astralus Starshade Herb Amongst Ruins

Corvus - fantasy - graphic novel - web comic - illustration - writing - story - architecture - ruins - temple
The Meadow Temple; Astralus Starshade Herb Amongst Ruins

“The herb that you seek has many properties, and a very short lifespan once picked.”

The White Raven had a grim look on his face, and went on to relate to Corvus all that he knew about the Starshade herb.

“There are some ruins on an island to the east of this Watchtower, the Meadow Temple it is called. That is the only place in my knowledge that Astralus grows dependably.

It appears only at night, under starlight; hence it’s name in the common tongue of Starshade, and once picked it will wither and die by the following sunrise. There is no known way to preserve neither the herb itself or its roots and it cannot be replanted once harvested.”

Corvus knew that it would be near impossible to harvest the herb and get it home to Crowshaven in a single night but he had to find a way; meanwhile, two other Corvids arrived.

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