Though she looks like a normal Myote on the outside, Garner is really more plant than animal. Under her fur is intricately woven roots and vines that make up the entirety of her body. She needs sunlight, minerals, and water to survive and can root herself into the ground if needed. She wilts in the heat, and withers in the cold... and sprouts flowers and fresh leaves seasonally. If she is cut, she bleeds chlorophyll.
This is a glimpse of how Garner started her life, as a single Rowens gem wrapped in vines.
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