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  • Wormwood
  • Wormwood
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  • Artemisia absinthium
  • This item no longer can be harvested in the game. Any remaining quantities can be substituted for ashen root
  • Wormwood is a Doctor Who comic strip. It has been printed through various publications.
  • To unlock this this Tomas clue, you should unlock the Wild West Card Combo.
  • Wormwood is the 144th level in Chip's Challenge Level Pack 2, and unlike Fireflies, although it shares its pseudo-ending sequence, is of course not intended to be the last level. The extra five levels were out in the open when CCLP2 was released. In its original set, by Eric Schmidt, it was also level 144. To complete Wormwood, there are two options.
  • Wormwood is an Object in DEXTER. Said to be a "star that falls from the sky and poisons mankind", it is a device built for a lethal purpose by Travis Marshall as part of the Doomsday Tableaus. The device is actually a canister containing poisonous gas that if released will kill anyone who inhales it within roughly 10 seconds. Dexter Morgan suffered side effects from minor exposure to the gas which resulted in nose bleeds and disorientation.
  • Wormwood is the name of a "star" seen in Revelation 8:10-11, which fell to the earth in the book "Soul Harvest" in the form of rotten wood and dissolved as it entered into the Earth's atmosphere, making a third of its springs of water bitter and deadly to drink.
  • Wormwood is also the name of a plant used in absinthe, a particularly potent form of alcohol which has been outlawed in many countries.
  • Wormwood is a collection of songs about the darker, stranger stories of the Bible. The songs are typically in the Pop-Rock style, but I didn't really like the production of this album. However, I must give it some credit, because it actually helped me out in one of my religion classes. Because of the Residents, I knew the "Bridegroom Of Blood" story, and I was able to write a paper on it. So, hey, Thanks, Residents! A few related projects with this one: In Between Screams, Wormwood Live, Roadworms and the Wormwood Live DVD. - Rev. Syung Myung Me
  • The Wormwood is a crop in FarmVille. It can only be planted on the Haunted Hallow Farm and is unlocked at Haunted Hallow Level ??. It costs and can be harvested for . Wormwood yield File:XP-icon.png experience when planted and mature in 2 Days.
  • Wormwood is a character featured in RAGE. He is a racer and resident of Wellspring. He will compete in the Buggy class races the town holds. He is a mediocre racer and will not beat the player if the player frequently uses Boost. Besides racing with him and blowing his vehicle up, Wormwood has no interactions with the protagonist.
  • Wormwood was an evil wizard who lived in Wormwood Scrubs, a section of Swamp Dreary. He ordered his servant, a snake named Cottonmouth to kidnap Madame Why so he could drain all of her magic powers into himself. Luckily, the Batz teamed up with Foxfire and the Ghostbusters to rescue Madame.
  • Wormwood is the pet raven of Cedric the Sorcerer in the Disney Junior series Sofia the First. He is every bit as wicked as his master and is voiced by Jim Cummings.
  • Wormwood was an additive to several alcoholic beverages enjoyed by Xizor.
  • Wormwood was a living, sentient, organic planet in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy of Galactic Prime. It was only discovered in the year 100 ABY by the Galactic Alliance.
  • Wormwood es un personaje de la serie Sofia the First.
  • Wormwood (Artemisa absinthium) is a very bitter herb, used in potion-making since ancient times. An Infusion of Wormwood is used in the concoction of the Draught of Living Death, Elixir to Induce Euphoria, and the Shrinking Solution. Harry Potter learned about this ingredient in his first Potion class, where Professor Snape "pointed it out for him".
  • Wormwood® is the first of many dimension books to be presented by Palladium. A decadent, violent and deadly world ruled by demonic creatures and evil clergy who control powerful kingdoms of monsters and enslave humans. Inhuman destroyers who command the crawling towers and life force cauldrons to do their bidding. One of countless alien worlds linked to Rifts Earth by the many dimensional gateways of the ley lines. Highlights Include:
  • Wormwood is a Legendary staff in Diablo III. It requires character level 50 to drop. Originally this item was dropping for all characters; as of patch 2.1.2, it used to drop for Seasonal characters only during the Season Two. Once the Season Two ended, it started to drop for all characters again. Prior to 2.1.2, this staff had an unusually high chance to Fear on hit.
  • The world swam around him, and it was dark, pregnant. Soon, the darkness gave way to a sterile white, clean and dead. Nothing existed, he didn’t exist anymore. Or he hadn’t before, it was confusing at times like these. It was pre-birth nothing, warm and slow, as if the air was jelly around him. This warm emptiness stretched out into void, forever more. Soon, though, the nothing gave way to something. Sight. Dark blurred shapes looming like ominous pillars, going up and down into forever. The shapes into trees, endless trees. But sound never followed, the world lifeless, not a single chirp of an insect.
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Level
  • 140
  • 144
  • 260
  • 400
Appeared
Alignment
  • Bad
dcterms:subject
cost curr type
  • coin
Row 9 info
  • "Happy Deathday"
Row 8 info
  • "The Final Chapter"
Row 4 info
  • Panini
Enemigos
Row 7 title
  • Featuring
chips available
  • 111
Icon Image
  • Wormwood Icon.png
xp gain type
  • player
difficulty lynx
  • 4
Row 1 info
  • 1998
Row 8 title
  • Previous Doctor Who Magazine Comic
bold lynx
  • 538
harvest curr type
  • coin
Dislikes
  • Cedric using him as a guinea pig, Cedric going soft
Row 4 title
  • Reprint Publisher
harvest curr amt
  • 394
Row 9 title
  • Next Doctor Who Magazine Comic
Password
  • FXIX
levelset
Row 2 info
  • Scott Gray
Row 6 info
  • Gary Gillatt and Alan Barnes
Amigos
farm
Row 1 title
  • First Published
bold difficulty ms
  • 3
Row 5 info
  • Martin Geraghty , Robin Smith
personalidad
  • Malvado
Row 2 title
  • Script
bold ms
  • 539
bold complexity ms
  • 4
grow time
  • 48
Row 6 title
  • Letters
difficulty ms
  • 4
xp gain amt
  • 4
bold difficulty lynx
  • 4
películas
  • Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess
  • Sofia the First: The Floating Palace
bold complexity lynx
  • 4
Burden
  • 4
Row 5 title
  • Artist
Hint
  • Symbolically, what kind of armor do you want to use a block as? Think of them as old-fashioned nails.
Row 3 info
  • Marvel
Row 3 title
  • Original Publisher
cost curr amt
  • 115
Patch Introduced
chips required
  • 111
Live Image
  • Live.jpg
Row 7 info
  • The Eighth Doctor , Izzy, Fey and Shayde
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Number
  • 6
Inspiration
Box Title
  • Wormwood
Voice
Nombre
  • Wormwood
Faction
  • Horde
Branch
Familia
  • Goodwin el Grande
  • Winifred
Distinction
  • Very bitter
Series
  • Sofia the First
Status
  • Alive
  • Extant
Tier
  • 5
Affiliation
Game
  • RAGE
Name
  • Wormwood
Type
  • common
Personality
  • Evil
Value
  • 10
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Shows
  • Sofia the First
Alias
  • Wormy, bird-breath
Ocupación
  • Mascota de Cédric
Enemies
  • Sofia, Princess Amber, Clover, Mia, Robin, Whatnaught, Prince James, Sofia the Worst, Cedric the Sorcerer
Image size
  • 250
  • 300
Description
Home
  • Cedric's Chamber in the castle, Enchancia
Affiliations
Character
Imagen
  • Wormwood.png
Occupation
  • Sorcerer's pet
Family
Background
  • #1589FF
appears
  • Wild West Card Combo
Films
  • Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess
  • Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy
  • Sofia the First: The Floating Palace
Friends
Time
  • 600
Image File
  • Wormwood 01.gif
Gender
  • Male
tile
  • Land
Race
  • Forsaken
Location
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removed
  • ashen root
abstract
  • Artemisia absinthium
  • This item no longer can be harvested in the game. Any remaining quantities can be substituted for ashen root
  • Wormwood is a Doctor Who comic strip. It has been printed through various publications.
  • To unlock this this Tomas clue, you should unlock the Wild West Card Combo.
  • Wormwood is the 144th level in Chip's Challenge Level Pack 2, and unlike Fireflies, although it shares its pseudo-ending sequence, is of course not intended to be the last level. The extra five levels were out in the open when CCLP2 was released. In its original set, by Eric Schmidt, it was also level 144. To complete Wormwood, there are two options.
  • Wormwood is an Object in DEXTER. Said to be a "star that falls from the sky and poisons mankind", it is a device built for a lethal purpose by Travis Marshall as part of the Doomsday Tableaus. The device is actually a canister containing poisonous gas that if released will kill anyone who inhales it within roughly 10 seconds. Dexter Morgan suffered side effects from minor exposure to the gas which resulted in nose bleeds and disorientation.
  • Wormwood is the name of a "star" seen in Revelation 8:10-11, which fell to the earth in the book "Soul Harvest" in the form of rotten wood and dissolved as it entered into the Earth's atmosphere, making a third of its springs of water bitter and deadly to drink.
  • Wormwood is also the name of a plant used in absinthe, a particularly potent form of alcohol which has been outlawed in many countries.
  • The world swam around him, and it was dark, pregnant. Soon, the darkness gave way to a sterile white, clean and dead. Nothing existed, he didn’t exist anymore. Or he hadn’t before, it was confusing at times like these. It was pre-birth nothing, warm and slow, as if the air was jelly around him. This warm emptiness stretched out into void, forever more. Soon, though, the nothing gave way to something. Sight. Dark blurred shapes looming like ominous pillars, going up and down into forever. The shapes into trees, endless trees. But sound never followed, the world lifeless, not a single chirp of an insect. He was having the dream again. It always did. He was in a huge forest, so massive the edges just seemed to fall off the world into the fog. The fog, god, the fog. He could feel it with every breath, sticky and warm in his throat as he moved forward. Hell; it could be backwards, how could he know? It wasn’t like anything could be discerned about the place. Except for, of course, the trees. Oh, lord help him, there was a lot of them. All around him, there were trees. He put his hand out to steady himself as he moved. It gave, not hard, but soft, like flesh. It was warm like flesh as well, and smooth. He held his place, and a faint heartbeat followed. Tum, tum, tum. After a long while, they started moving. Some, not all of the pillars, swayed in near standstill, moving up and down gently, hitting the ground soundlessly. The stalks were obviously alive, but led up into nothingness, and, surprisingly, downwards into the ground as well, a loop, it seemed. Were they so immense in size and stature, his presence was incomprehensible to him? If so, what did that say about what he could see and not see? Something caught his attention in the distance. A familiar shape, darting from tree to tree. There it was again, the watching shape, looming. It was a shadow in the distance, a shade darker than the trees barely formed, seemingly looking at him. The thing seemed to slide away as he gravitated to face it, if only slightly. It was a lump of gray in the fog, like a charcoal sketch on paper, left as if the artist decided he was bored with it halfway through. As always, he started walking in it’s direction, like he always eventually did. It was the same as the last 17 years. He tentatively moved forward, the underbrush breaking apart in silence under his boot. As if on ice, the thing would glide away, keeping the distance equal. It actively kept at least twenty, or maybe thirty feet between itself and him. I was hard to tell in all of the goddamned fog. It never wavered, closer nor farther. It moved, actively avoiding his view but staying just on the edge, the peripheral of his vision, as if taunting, beckoning. Saying ‘come, find me, play with me. Be with me.’ It would move about, dodging his view and kicking up the shadows it was made of about itself like a cloak, as if mocking him. He sighed, taking the warmth into his chest before exhaling. Not again, he would think as always. Not again. Approaching the God damned thing was useless. It was a menial, redundant task; as useless trying to force the fog that surrounded it to part. Regardless, he kept walking, sticking to the routine. He had always kept to the routine. As far as he knew, it was the only thing he could do to wake up. And then it ended, like a flash, like it always did. I sucked air into my chest, my eyes flying open. For a second, I could make out the blurry outline of the thing in the corner of the room, but it was gone in a second. I put it down to post sleep hallucinations. Hell, it was better than the spiders. Anything was better than the spiders. I mean, they’re only real 20% of the time, but you know. If we really do eat about 5 spiders a year, I probably eat about 70. God damned things love to nest in my mouth hole. Face opening. Food chute. Oh, uh, yeah, I’m getting off track and that doesn’t really matter! What probably matters is an explanation. That he, the guy shitting his pants over a bunch of wood, was me. Or, I am him, if you like it like that. The name’s Guy. Hi. This is a story about me, I guess. I don’t know why you'd be reading this, or who you are, but hello I guess. On this particular day, I didn’t really want to get up. To be bluntly honest, I really never did. But the light was shining through the grubby curtains and the air was abuzz with the sound of a menagerie of insects trying to get laid. It hit my face like a blank, ethereal blade, and an annoying one at that. I sat in the sticky summer heat, the morning already warming up the air in the room, the dry cold giving way to humid insanity. I wished the God damn air conditioner wasn’t broken. I blinked the sweat out of my eyes, my own body taking up the slack for Jerry, the repairman, and his lackadaisical cooling units. As I did, the dust particles floating in the sliver of light danced in and out of my vision. The were probably thousands of skin cells and dust from people who have stayed in this room. Each one with its own story, but only visible in the right light at the right time. Whatever. I pondered a while longer, before sitting up on my dime store mattress. In one motion, I swept a dead spider off of my pillow, and rubbed my eyes. I blinked again, my vision growing fuzzy from the pressure, and then returning a second later. Same room I fell asleep in. Was it too much to hope I’d wake up in another, less shitty room for a change? I guess that was only going to happen once, though, I thought. And it wasn’t Tuesday, anyways. I blinked again, hoping my wish would come true. No luck. Same greasy shag rug. Same old gunshot holes in the wall, (only ten of them were made by me, by the way,) like any good motel room. Scattered haphazardly across the room were tables, covered in junk. Hopefully, my car keys were still there. I shuffled out of bed, laying my feet on the cold rug. I could swear it was moving as I put my feet onto it. I made my way to the wardrobe that held all of my worldly possessions, making sure to step on the carpet the least amount of times I could. It felt greasy, and worst of all, cold. My feet somehow migrated sloppily to the wooden behemoth, one right after the other. The handles of the wardrobe were conveniently covered in some sort of dry sticky substance, which is to be expected in a place like this. With a pull, the sliding door moved, and I groped blindly for the light switch. All I got was meat. Before me lay a corridor, the walls of which were lined with slick, pulsing flesh. It was lit dimly by yellow, pussy nodules lining the walls at random intervals, seemingly grown from the sides. At the end, a clown stood, doing what I could only assume was playing the banjo. I closed it, opened it again. Same clown, same banjo, the riff from Deliverance ringing hollow through the gaping meat hole. I closed the door again, deciding it was too early for this. Even then, though, this was only the fifth time this week, so it was a good day, and a Tuesday no less. I opened the door to the bathroom, and headed to the sink. In the mirror, a kid came into view on the other side. Behind the chipped, cracked mirror covered in limestone and a little SpongeBob sticker with a dick lovingly drawn on, lay the same face I’ve seen day in and day out for the past 17 years. You’d think it’d get boring seeing it, but it doesn’t. Haha, I’m kidding. It gets pretty awful looking at myself. I looked expectantly, hoping maybe something had changed overnight in my appearance. No such luck. I couldn’t help but thinking I looked stretched, worn thin. To be honest, I looked too big for my own skin. But worst of all. The same goddamn eyes stared back.
  • Wormwood is a collection of songs about the darker, stranger stories of the Bible. The songs are typically in the Pop-Rock style, but I didn't really like the production of this album. However, I must give it some credit, because it actually helped me out in one of my religion classes. Because of the Residents, I knew the "Bridegroom Of Blood" story, and I was able to write a paper on it. So, hey, Thanks, Residents! A few related projects with this one: In Between Screams, Wormwood Live, Roadworms and the Wormwood Live DVD. - Rev. Syung Myung Me
  • The Wormwood is a crop in FarmVille. It can only be planted on the Haunted Hallow Farm and is unlocked at Haunted Hallow Level ??. It costs and can be harvested for . Wormwood yield File:XP-icon.png experience when planted and mature in 2 Days.
  • Wormwood is a character featured in RAGE. He is a racer and resident of Wellspring. He will compete in the Buggy class races the town holds. He is a mediocre racer and will not beat the player if the player frequently uses Boost. Besides racing with him and blowing his vehicle up, Wormwood has no interactions with the protagonist.
  • Wormwood (Artemisa absinthium) is a very bitter herb, used in potion-making since ancient times. An Infusion of Wormwood is used in the concoction of the Draught of Living Death, Elixir to Induce Euphoria, and the Shrinking Solution. Harry Potter learned about this ingredient in his first Potion class, where Professor Snape "pointed it out for him". Muggles use wormwood leaves for many things, including medicine and as a way to discourage fleas. Wormwood's scientific name is derived from that of Artemis, the goddess of the hunt in Greek mythology. Wormwood Oil can be poisonous in large amounts.
  • Wormwood® is the first of many dimension books to be presented by Palladium. A decadent, violent and deadly world ruled by demonic creatures and evil clergy who control powerful kingdoms of monsters and enslave humans. Inhuman destroyers who command the crawling towers and life force cauldrons to do their bidding. One of countless alien worlds linked to Rifts Earth by the many dimensional gateways of the ley lines. Highlights Include: * 17 new Occupational Character Classes & R.C.C.s including the Apok, Holy Terror, Worm Speaker, symbiotic warrior, knights of the Temple, priest and others. * A 20 page comic strip by Truman & Henry! * Over 30 horrific monsters, villains and characters. * Symbiotic magic, slime, augmentation and organisms. * Crystal magic, mystic weapons, technology and dark secrets. * The living planet is mapped and key forces described. * Written by Siembieda. Based on concepts and characters created by Timothy Truman and Flint Henry. * Art by Truman, Henry, Petersen, and Siembieda. * 160 pages — written by Kevin Siembieda. * Cat. No. 809; I.S.B.N.: 0-916211-59-2
  • Wormwood was an evil wizard who lived in Wormwood Scrubs, a section of Swamp Dreary. He ordered his servant, a snake named Cottonmouth to kidnap Madame Why so he could drain all of her magic powers into himself. Luckily, the Batz teamed up with Foxfire and the Ghostbusters to rescue Madame.
  • Wormwood is the pet raven of Cedric the Sorcerer in the Disney Junior series Sofia the First. He is every bit as wicked as his master and is voiced by Jim Cummings.
  • Wormwood is a Legendary staff in Diablo III. It requires character level 50 to drop. Originally this item was dropping for all characters; as of patch 2.1.2, it used to drop for Seasonal characters only during the Season Two. Once the Season Two ended, it started to drop for all characters again. Prior to 2.1.2, this staff had an unusually high chance to Fear on hit. The legendary affix casts a Locust Swarm spell, even if the Witch Doctor does not have it, on a random enemy within 20 yards, preferring those that are not yet affected by this skill. This Locust Swarm benefits from all runes and enhancements. It is also the only weapon with a bonus to Poison skill damage.
  • Wormwood was an additive to several alcoholic beverages enjoyed by Xizor.
  • Wormwood was a living, sentient, organic planet in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy of Galactic Prime. It was only discovered in the year 100 ABY by the Galactic Alliance.
  • Wormwood es un personaje de la serie Sofia the First.
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