Afinajo Fungus

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Afinajo Fungus
Base Information
Classification Autotroph
Terrain Unknown
Locomotion Sessile
Size Small
Speed 0.0kph (Sessile)
Strength n/a
Social Structure Large groups (groves)
Weapons None
Armor None
Homeworld Buagki (Corridor 1112)
Multi-world No
Canon No
Extinct Extant
Reference "Corridor Sector Data/Library." The Travellers' Digest 18 .

The Afinajo Fungus, native to Buagki (Corridor 1112), reproduces by means of minute spores. The spores act as a powerful psychotropic agent on both Humans and Vargr. Results are unpredictable and highly dependent upon the individual.

Physiology & Ecology[edit]

Very little is yet known about the physiology of this plant-like creature.

Life Cycle & Reproduction[edit]

This plant-like creature reproduces by means of minute spores.

Diet & Trophics[edit]

It is believed that the Afinajo Fungus survives by means of autotrophic and reducer sustenance.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Afinajo spores have been put to many uses. SuSAG is currently attempting to synthesize a variant of the fungus' psychoactive compound. The megacorporation's goal is to produce a drug to combat mental illness. Military agencies are rumored to use afinajo fungi in biological warfare.

Travellers' Aid Society Advisory[edit]

The Travellers' Aid Society (TAS) classifies the Afinajo Fungus as non-threatening to most sophonts and makes a special advisory regarding this creature:

  • The Travellers' Aid Society has found afinajo spores sufficiently dangerous to declare Buagki an amber zone. Illegal 'najo inhalers have been used for decades, to the annoyance of sector law enforcement personnel.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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