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Shattered Pixel Dungeon brings back most of the plants from the original Pixel Dungeon, with the exception of Dreamweed. The Dreamweed seed and plant have been reverted to the seed and plant of blindweed, and the vertigo-inducing effects of Dreamweed have been moved over to the new Stormvine plant which induces single-target vertigo instead of an area of effect vertigo gas.

Other new plants include the Blandfruit Bush, Dreamfoil, Starflower, and the Regrowth-only Dewcatcher and Seed Pod.

Plants Edit

Blindweed Edit

Dreamweed plant
Blindweed
Upon being touched a Blindweed perishes in a bright flash of light. The flash is strong enough to disorient for several seconds.


Dewcatcher Edit

SPD Dewcatcher
Dewcatcher
Dewcatchers camouflage as grass to avoid attention, but their bulges of collected dew give them away.

  • It gives 1 strong Dewdrop (2x normal HP) and 3-4 normal Dewdrops.
  • It's great for filling the Dew Vial.
  • It can only be found from using the Wand of Regrowth or in a secret garden room.

Dreamfoil Edit

SPD Dreamfoil
Dreamfoil
The Dreamfoil's prickly flowers contain a chemical which is known for its properties as a strong neutralizing agent. Most weaker creatures are overwhelmed and knocked unconscious, which gives the plant its namesake.

  • If it's triggered by a monster, it gives them the Magical Sleep debuff.
  • It refreshes the Hero/ine while not starving and debuffed.

Seed Pod Edit

SPD Seed Pod
Seed Pod
Seed Pods look pretty, but the seeds they carry are actually stolen from other plants they kill with their roots.

  • A great ways to farm seeds when you have a high level wand/staff of regrowth.

Starflower Edit

SPD Starflower
Starflower
An extremely rare plant, Starflower is said to grant holy power to whomever touches it.

  • It gives the Blessed buff for 30 turns.
    • The Blessed buff increases the Hero/ine's stats (accuracy and evasion).


Stormvine Edit

SPD Stormvine
Stormvine
Gravity affects the Stormvine plant strangely, allowing its whispy blue tendrils to 'hang' on the air. Anything caught in the vine is affected by this, and becomes disoriented.


Fruits Edit

  • With recent update, all blandfruit types now exactly mimic their potion counterparts, there now no blandfruit-exclusive effects.
  • When a thrown blandfruit shatters, it will leave behind blandfruit chunks, which can be eaten. This allows offensive blandfruits to be used without losing their food value.

Blindfruit Edit

Blindfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a blindweed seed. Gives the Hero/ine the Invisible buff.


Dreamfruit Edit

Dreamfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a dreamfoil seed. Makes the Hero/ine immune to gases. If thrown, shatters like a Potion of Purification.


Earthfruit Edit

Earthfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It seems pretty volatile, it might be best to throw it.


  • Cooked with a earthroot seed. Works like a Potion of Paralytic Gas, definitely not a thing you can eat.


Fadefruit Edit

Fadefruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a fadeleaf seed. Gives the Hero/ine Mind vision.


Firefruit Edit

Firefruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It seems pretty volatile, it might be best to throw it.


  • Cooked with a firebloom seed. Works like Potion of Liquid Flame, don't eat it unless your armor has the Brimstone Glyph.


Icefruit Edit

Icefruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It seems pretty volatile, it might be best to throw it.


  • Cooked with a icecap seed. Works like Potion of Frost, you can eat this when no enemy around or throw at those Fire Elementals.


Rotfruit Edit

Rotfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a rotberry seed. Permanently increases the Hero/ine's Strength by 1 point.


Sorrowfruit Edit

Sorrowfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It seems pretty volatile, it might be best to throw it.


  • Cooked with a sorrowmoss seed. Works like Potion of Toxic Gas, well this blandfruit is a deadly gas grenade not food.


Starfruit Edit

Starfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a starflower seed. Increases the Hero/ine's level by 1. Recommend eat this blandfruit when you reach level 26 or above (remember max level is 30 so try not to waste it), when you reach level 30, eat it will give you the Blessed Buff (just like when you trampled the Starflower plant).


Stormfruit Edit

Stormfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a stormvine seed. Can be eaten, works like Potion of Levitation.


Sunfruit Edit

Sunfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!


  • Cooked with a sungrass seed. Heals your Hero/ine to full, and fills hunger.

Swiftfruit Edit

Swiftfruit
The fruit has plumped up from its time soaking in the pot and has even absorbed the properties of the seed it was cooked with.

It looks ready to be eaten!

  • Cooked with a Swiftthistle seed. Briefly accelerates the flow of time around Hero/ine.
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