Availability: Uncommon Region: Wetlands & nearby rivers Preparation: Mulched or juiced. Boil liquid remains for 2 minutes. May also be dried. Cost: 8 copper per berry Description: Dyadra are vegetables that grow under wet ground. They will absorb the colored flora they are around in a 2 inch radius before sprouting with rainbow colors. They are used very commonly to dye things, as their liquids are able to be used for different color dyes. Tailors often will use them in their line of work. Dyadra can also be dried to have a sweet taste to it, turning it into candy. If eaten raw, the dye can cause diarrhea or headaches.


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