January 2018 Featured RPG

Happy 1st Birthday Antarsia! What better way to celebrate than with a newsletter full of updates? All of this and more can be found HERE. (January 08, 2018)

New updates! Check out a bunch of our new features in our newest newsletter found HERE. (November 06, 2017)

We're late! We're late! For a very important date! We hope you forgive us as we launch October's Newsletter and event!. Check it out HERE. (October 09, 2017)

New monthly updates! We have released a sea-themed expansion along with a bunch of other goodies. Go check them out HERE. (September 01, 2017)

A time skip has been established as well as more information on the plot. Find out more HERE. (August 13, 2017)

What's this? More new stuff? New items, new species, and more! Read more about it HERE. (July 30, 2017)

Gasp! We have a bunch of new shiny things for release including species, the plot, and a new skin! Read more about it HERE. (July 12, 2017)

The site is officially open : ) We have chibis being ordered later this week and will have a new species appearing soon! (January 01, 2017)

Zombies? Undead?! No! What are these things?! They look.... Alive?! HERE.
A third oracle has died! Aerithe, oracle of Zarkos, died publically in Prerio City square of what many believe to be suffocation. Read more about it HERE.
Disaster has struck at the Shrine of Jackroth! Find out what has happened to both oracle and God HERE.
Oh no the queen! Head over to the Enkratis packlands to find out what happened HERE.
Haliea: 25th day

Flora of Antarsia
01-16-2018, 07:41 PM
So the discord has been blowing up with plant ideas that I can't keep up with, so rather than risk losing some really amazing ideas, post them here!

Please use the below form to comment in this thread with your ideas!
You don't even have to fill everything out if you don't want to (seriously whatever you leave blank I or another staff member will fill it in).

Have fun y'all!!

[b]Species Name:[/b] common name (scientific name)

What’s the plant look like?


Is the plant toxic? Poisonous? Does it eat people?


What’s the plant used for?

01-16-2018, 07:58 PM
Species Name: Manapot (Potio Herbacarnevoirum)

It is not too much unlike a cross of a Corpse flower and a Venus Pitcher, with a small "Island" in the middle of the pitcher. The pitcher itself is filled with a sweet smelling nectar. Those with the ability to see Vitka are said to see small sparkles, as if free flowing Vitka is trapped inside the nectar itself.


The Manapot, thus named for it's uses in magical potions, is a carnivorous plant that lures small animals and, on the rare occasion, people, to the sweet nectar inside. Once it has trapped prey, the flower closes, and slowly devours the prey, draining the Vitka to further enhance the nectar and tempt more into it.


Since the nectar of wild manapots are rich in Vitka, such Nectar (while Dangerous to gather,) is a well sought-after ingredient in magical potions and medicines for Vitka exhaustion. Beyond which, domestically grown manapots are a prime ingredient in Perfumes, for it's sweet citrus-y scent.
03-03-2018, 05:20 PM
Species Name:
Snumbus' Carpet (lapides sacculi herbium)


When first encountered, if it has not captured any prey, it appears as a bed of grass, though a telltale sign of this being Snumbus' carpet ahead of any grass is a weird "Ridge" around the outside of it, and the lack of any other grass in the immediate area. While closed around any pray, it appears as a multi-segmented sack, with a Bunch near the top.


Snumbus' carpet, when it senses any pressure on top of itself, closes up tight with incredible speed, trapping whatever unfortunate soul has wandered in. The wall is extremely durable, being incredibly tough to open, leaving you with a stronger danger of asphyxiation than being able to cut yourself free. however, It recoils from high heat, leaving Fire-elemental users with a clear advantage.


While generally considered a weed, even this has it's uses. If properly cultivated, dried, and treated, This becomes a popular bag, being nearly impervious to cuts and tears.

03-30-2018, 07:34 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-03-2018, 04:25 PM by Andromeda.)
Species Name: Blood Rose (Rosa Haemo)

Appearance: What appears to be a single rose growing from ground soaked in blood. Its color is that of blood - old where the petals attach, but bright and fresh at their tips. Careful, though; its wickedly-curved thorns may not be toxic, but it takes an oddly long amount of time for the wound to heal, and it simply doesn’t scab over.

Properties: Its thorns are coated in a natural anticoagulant, preventing the wounds they create from scabbing over. It can also grow in any environment so long as plenty of blood is shed. As a result, it pops up on battlefields a lot.

Uses: Its natural anticoagulant can be harvested and used to treat weapons - or to prevent clotting in wounds where that is undesirable for medical reasons, such as one that’s poisoned or infected and needs to be bled. In addition, the blood rose is a potent ingredient in magic, particularly curses, necromancy, healing, and any spells involving relationships (bonus points for familial relationships).
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