Uses and History
For the magic school of Necromancy, wood was a very easy to gather reagent, invoking the powers of preservation and binding in a spell cast by the necromancer. Care has to be taken however to not confuse this reagent with Dead Man's Elbow, which looks very similar to wood, but has different attributes.
|“|| Almost ageless, a time-aided tree can be stronger than the hardest rock.|
- There is, as said, an easy way to gain this reagent. Using a dagger on a living tree (on the green part of the branches) will create one wood reagent.
|Britannian||Black Pearl ☥ Blood Moss ☥ Garlic ☥ Ginseng ☥ Mandrake Root ☥ Nightshade ☥ Spider Silk ☥ Sulfurous Ash|
|Serpent Isle Reagents|
|Serpent Isle (SI)||Blood Spawn ☥ Serpent Scales ☥ Worm Heart|
|Necromancy (VIII)||Blackmoor ☥ Blood ☥ Bone ☥ Dirt ☥ Executioner's Hood ☥ Wood|
|Sorcery (VIII)||Brimstone ☥ Daemon Bones ☥ Obsidian ☥ Pig Iron ☥ Pumice ☥ Volcanic Ash|
|Thaumaturgy (VIII)||Bat Wing ☥ Dragon Blood ☥ Eye of Newt ☥ Serpent Scales|
|Alchemy (UO)||Luminescent Fungi ☥ Captured Essence ☥ Parasitic Plants ☥ Egg|
|Mysticism (UO)||Bone ☥ Dragon Blood ☥ Daemon Bones ☥ Fertile Dirt|
|Necromancy (UO)||Bat Wing ☥ Daemon Blood ☥ Grave Dust ☥ Nox Crystal ☥ Pig Iron|
|Shamanism (SE)||Chocolatl ☥ Pinde ☥ Yopo|
|Spellweaving (UO)||Arcane Focus|