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Marmadon seeds

Naga myrmidon in Warcraft III.


Myrmidon in WoW.


They also became troops of the Illidari stationed at the Fel Hammer.

In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you can spend time doing a small Gardening side project when exploring the Garreg Mach Monastery.

Gardening allows you to plant new seeds each time you explore, and harvest them on the following visit to obtain a wide range of items: from food ingredients to gifts, and even stat-boosting items.

At their base, seeds will usually give some modest rewards when cultivated, but you can increase the yield, and the chance for rare items, by investing money in higher tier cultivation. Again, at the start you won't be able to do much, but as your Professor Level increases – so do your options.

Magic, while bearing incredible potential, lacks applicability and safety. The required study to adjust the very laws of nature without unforeseen effects demands such an effort as to render it impractical for daily use. To attempt to fix a portion of an object in place leads to immediate effects as the movement of the world tears past, or indeed sometimes a too-precise working can cause an enormous explosion within an entire area.

The Posterli Myrmidon

The attentive student witnesses, then, that generations of Myrmidons are, in fact, identical clones closer related than siblings. In spite of this, generations of Myrmidons depart from each other to greater and greater degrees, as a Myrmidon separated from its growth forever after displays a strong tendency to grow similarly. Thus, those Myrmidons dedicated to lighting the streets of Bran Tessen grow more specialized to give off a consistent light, while those employed in giving off flame and gas for military purposes put out more powerful and directed bursts, and those dedicated to covering great distances grow leaner and more efficient in their movement.

The alternative, however, has been in place for a brief yet powerful period that has changed the very face of the civilized world. Myrmidons, a seed of creation that is grown and shaped into tailor made tools, infinitely adaptable given time and stimulus.