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Felicidus Aria—commonly known as the Silent Plains Rose—is, to this day, the only plant found growing on the [[Tevinter#Geography|Silent Plains]], which were tainted by the [[Blight]] a thousand years ago. As mentioned in the section on rare flowering plants, Felicidus Aria is not technically a rose, though its flowers do exude a sweet, rose-like scent.
 
Felicidus Aria—commonly known as the Silent Plains Rose—is, to this day, the only plant found growing on the [[Tevinter#Geography|Silent Plains]], which were tainted by the [[Blight]] a thousand years ago. As mentioned in the section on rare flowering plants, Felicidus Aria is not technically a rose, though its flowers do exude a sweet, rose-like scent.
   

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Felicidus Aria—commonly known as the Silent Plains Rose—is, to this day, the only plant found growing on the Silent Plains, which were tainted by the Blight a thousand years ago. As mentioned in the section on rare flowering plants, Felicidus Aria is not technically a rose, though its flowers do exude a sweet, rose-like scent.

The flower is rare, and is in danger of becoming extinct because of its value in the creation of ambrosia, which is distilled from the roots of the plant. Dozens of these plants go into the making of just one vial. Some say that the wives of the most powerful Tevinter magisters once used ambrosia to perfume their baths in a vulgar display of wealth.

—An excerpt from The Botanical Compendium, by Ines Arancia, Botanist

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