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The Honey Mushroom is one of the many harvestable that can be found in the Frontier. They are often found by itself, rather than being seen near other Honey Mushroom. One of the first harvestable that can be encountered by beginner players, it serves as nice consumables that players can consume in order to restore a portion of their health pool. They are usually sold to selling vendors at a price of 950 gold.

In appearance, it is a mushroom with a cap that is meant to resemble a bumblebee's striped patterns. It is also known for attracting wildlife and insects towards it, especially creatures like the Little Ant.

The Honey Mushroom is named for its sweet smell that draws wildlife and insects to it and it is possible that it produces a scent that smells similar to honey. It is also possible for it to be named after bees that make the honey.

The Honey Mushroom possibly prefer areas where wildlife and insects are an essential influence, due to the locations they are found at. These locations will be listed below as to why the Honey Mushroom can be found in the particular area:

Ancient Forest - The Ancient Forest is possibly heavily populated with insects, based on the passageways of the Black Ant that can be found in this particular area. It is also noted that Little Ant can appear here as well. These creatures are drawn in by its sweet smell and it is possible that smaller insects like bees 'pollinate' the mushroom that allows these creatures to appear, as well as the Honey Mushroom.

Greenhorn Grove - In the real world counterpart, insects are known to thrive in forested areas. This makes sense as to why Honey Mushroom can be found in this particular area as there is plenty of plants that bees can pollinate and may be tricked by the Honey Mushroom for its scent it produces in order to pollinate to maintain its survival.

The Deep Forest - In the real world counterpart, insects are known to thrive in forested areas. This makes sense as to why Honey Mushroom can be found in this particular area as there is plenty of plants that bees can pollinate and may be tricked by the Honey Mushroom for its scent it produces in order to pollinate to maintain its survival.

Topple Lake - Insects are known to thrive in freshwater areas, especially a lake, which makes it possible for the Honey Mushroom to thrive in this particular area as it can trick insects into pollinating the Honey Mushroom.

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