List of plants
For the standard dungeon plant, see plant.
The majority of the plants you'll find in the Dungeon are stationary "creatures", serving as harmless obstacles to a player's exploration. However, there are a wide variety of aggressive, carnivorous plants that will attack you as readily as any other threat. Plants are most common in nature-themed branches like the Lair and the Swamp, though many varieties can be found elsewhere. Many plants are immune to magical effects and torment, but fire tends to work well against them.
All plants are sacred to Fedhas Madash; followers of Fedhas will not be harmed by the more hostile plants (and are forbidden from harming them in return) and gain several powers that allow them to harness plants to hinder or even directly attack their enemies.
These plants are simple obstacles; most are fragile and will wither quickly when damaged. Worshipers of Fedhas Madash may move (albeit slowly) and attack freely through them. Trees also exist, but they are considered a type of wall rather than a monster. Not even Fedhas can enable you to pass through trees.
P Bush - Tough, woody plants that block movement but not line of fire. Particularly hardy specimens of plant life, they require considerable effort to remove without resorting to fire.
f Wandering mushroom - Shy fungal creatures that quietly follow you while you aren't looking. When threatened, they defend themselves with blasts of confusing spores.
f Thorn hunter - Predatory plants that block their quarry's escape with briar patches before downing them with volleys of thorns.
* P Ballistomycete spores and Ballistomycetes - Two different stages of the ballistomycete's life cycle: the spores chase down other creatures and explode, creating adult fungi, which create more spores, and so forth. They aren't native to the Dungeon, though followers of Fedhas may create them.
P Hyperactive Ballistomycete - A ballistomycete that was affected by Fedhas's Evolution ability. It constantly creates explosions of spores and would eventually destroy itself in doing so.
P Thorn lotus - Deceptively beautiful flowers that floated serenely on the surface of ponds and rivers. Careless admirers found themselves suddenly pelted with sharp spikes.