Art and info by Tornadospeed
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Warmflower looks like a small flower with five orange petals and a red center with a simple face.
Warmflowers are small, about the size of an American quarter. They produce nutrients from solar radiation, as well as the warmth they require to survive. They are light and aerodynamic, allowing them to be easily carried by the wind. Thus, they are common in sunny and windy areas of the world.
- The name Warmflower is derived from the English words warm and flower.