Silene stenophylla
Silene Stenophylla.jpg

Origin

Ice Age

Type

Flower

Effects

Senses temporal disruptions

Downsides

None

Activation

Temporal Disruption

Collected by

Steve Jinks, Claudia Donovan

Section

Antheia-7066G

Aisle

2049-1424

Shelf

2352-1794-249

Date of Collection

Apr.2.2012

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Origins[edit | edit source]

The Silene stenophylla is a flower that lived through the Ice Age and was recently revived. A group of scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences cultivated the flower from the preserved fruit of one from 31,800 years ago, and somehow, one became able to sense oddities in the space-time continuum such as time loops.

Being a 'natural' artifact, it is unknown how it got its abilities and how it exactly works. it is unresponsive to neutralizer, possibly because it developed artifact qualities over tens of thousands of years.

Today[edit | edit source]

When a time loop or an alternate reality occur, the flower will wilt. It will perk back up when the anomaly is resolved. It is theorized that its wilting is because it feeds on Chronotrons, a hypothetical form of energy produced by temporal artifacts. To ensure its survival, it is stored near Theodosius of Bithynia's Sundial and siphons the excess Chronotrons it produces.

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