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== Summary ==
{{Harvestable_Infobox|title1 = Lool Flower|image1 = Lool Flower.png|caption1 = "An alluring flower. The Lool Flower can grow anywhere, but rarely, like the Fife Flower does this strange flower sprout."|row1 = A Frontier of Dragons
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{{Harvestable_Infobox|title1 = Lool Flower|image1 = Lool Flower.png|caption1 = "An alluring flower. The Lool Flower can grow anywhere, but rarely, like the Fife Flower does this strange flower sprout."|row1 = A Frontier of Dragons
   
 
Blackrock Mountain
 
Blackrock Mountain
   
Frigid Waste
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Frigid Waste (PvP)
   
 
Great Pine Forest
 
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The Forgotten Lands
 
The Forgotten Lands
   
The Maze Wood|row2 = |price = |selling_price = 5,900}}The '''Lool Flower''' is one of the many harvestable that can be found in the Frontier. They are not to be confused with the [[Fife Flower]], as both of these harvestable shares similar appearances. The Lool Flower is known for its rarity but is slightly less rare than the Fife Flower. They are usually sold to selling vendors at a price of 5,900 gold.
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The Maze Wood|row2 = |price = |selling_price = 5,900}}The '''Lool Flower''' is one of the many harvestables that can be found in the Frontier. They are not to be confused with the [[Fife Flower]], as both of these harvestable shares similar appearances. The Lool Flower are typically found in small blooms, although it is possible to see them by itself. They can be found in various locations that include but are not limited to:
 
In appearance, its main colors are green and black. Its petals are black and also possess a black stem, like the Fife Flower. It has a green, glowing flora in the middle of its petals. The main difference between a Lool Flower and a Fife Flower is its petals and flora.
 
 
The Lool Flower is named after for being classified as a type of flower, but it is unclear on why it is called the Lool Flower.
 
 
The Lool Flower can grow anywhere, as implied by its description. These locations will be listed below, but will not be thoroughly explained as to why the Lool Flower can be found in the particular area:
 
 
* [[A Frontier Of Dragons|A Frontier of Dragons]]
 
* [[A Frontier Of Dragons|A Frontier of Dragons]]
 
* [[Blackrock Mountain]]
 
* [[Blackrock Mountain]]
* [[Frigid Waste (PvP)|Frigid Waste]]
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* [[Frigid Waste (PvP)]]
 
* [[Petrified Grassland]]
 
* [[Petrified Grassland]]
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* [[Rabbit Hole]]
 
* [[The Deep Forest]]
 
* [[The Deep Forest]]
 
* [[The Forgotten Lands]]
 
* [[The Forgotten Lands]]
 
* [[The Maze Wood]]
 
* [[The Maze Wood]]
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The Lool Flower is described to be a flower with black petals and a black stem. Its center flora is described to glow, preferably a white-greenish glow. Unlike the Fife Flower, the Lool Flower stands out more than its counterpart.
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=== Trivia ===
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* The Lool Flower is often confused with the [[Pearl Flower]] and the [[Fife Flower]].
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* Its name origins remain unclear to the community.
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* Surprisingly, the Lool Flower can be found in other places where a Fife Flower cannot thrive in.
 
[[Category:Harvestables]]
 
[[Category:Harvestables]]
 
[[Category:Public]]
 
[[Category:Public]]

Revision as of 19:28, 6 August 2018

Summary

The Lool Flower is one of the many harvestables that can be found in the Frontier. They are not to be confused with the Fife Flower, as both of these harvestable shares similar appearances. The Lool Flower are typically found in small blooms, although it is possible to see them by itself. They can be found in various locations that include but are not limited to:

The Lool Flower is described to be a flower with black petals and a black stem. Its center flora is described to glow, preferably a white-greenish glow. Unlike the Fife Flower, the Lool Flower stands out more than its counterpart.

Trivia

  • The Lool Flower is often confused with the Pearl Flower and the Fife Flower.
  • Its name origins remain unclear to the community.
  • Surprisingly, the Lool Flower can be found in other places where a Fife Flower cannot thrive in.
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