*As my current party got to relax, I had to return to Avalon for extra help. I created a brief portal to a warrior's home. I hear a growl.*
Intruder! Show yerself!
Is that anyway to say, Hi to me?
*The voice went from defensive to jovial.*
*Cu Chulainn picked me up and hugged. He happily cried out.*
Me favorite feline! What bring ye here?
*I just smiled.*
Came here to ask you if you want to cause trouble among the Fomorians? They've been really riled up.
*There was a mischievious glint in his green eyes as he grinned.*
As if I'll say no to that!
*He sets me down and grabs his sword and spear. All he is wearing though is a t-shirt, jeans, and work boots. *I create the portal back to the Radiant. I look back at Cu.*
*He does just that and he is staring at the new tree.*
Where did that come from??
*I lead Cu to the Radiant.*
It's called the Radiant and druid helped me grow it. I'll tell you everything when we get inside.
*We enter the tree, I leapt onto a nearby table as Cu sat down. He looks around.*
So what's going on?
*I explained the situation to the celtic warrior. How the Redcaps got help on changing a person's fate so they can conquer Tir Nah Nog. His expression hardened seeing that this battle was going to be severe. He nods.*
So what can can the tree do?
*Poppy flew by and gasped as she saw Cu. Aine followed by many fae folk entered the Radiant's interior; many were in awe and my telepathic voice echoes.*
Please gather around and I shall explain the purpose of the Radiant.
*They circled around Cu and I. And I continued.*
The Tree will protect you all from the Redcap's magick of changing your fate. Creating armor from the Radiant's bark will also shield you from their magick. You may also create weapons from the bark such as bows and arrows. The sap produced from the tree will fight off the blight and cure your land. The sap can be added to your arrows and other projectiles to help fight the Fomorians. I'll give you a demonstration.
*I scrapped a piece of the tree's bark, shaped it like an arrow, and dipped the tip in sap. I then created a levitating platform and went to a nearby window. The perfect subject was a small oak tree that had the blight. With a tentacle I flung the arrow like a spear and it struck the young oak. Within moments the oak tree was cured of its affliction. The fae folk clamored and clapped, I turn to look at the them.*
Take what you need from the tree as long as we protect it. And it will provide for us.
*They all started to scrap the bark for armor and weapons. Cu smiled softly and walked around exploring the tree.*