Barberry[edit | edit source]
A bright red, elongated berry, with a sharp, acidic flavour. Often used as a topping on various savoury meals.
Bilberry[edit | edit source]
Similar to blueberries, some Dwarven villages have dedicated gathering days in which the bushes in the vicinity are stripped clean of these berries.
Bitterberry[edit | edit source]
Aptly named, the bitterberry loves growing in arid climates. Usually it's the only crop around for some distance, which is of no help to a hungry, or lost, traveller.
Blackberry[edit | edit source]
Blackberries have been harvested from bushes for centuries. Truly versatile, they can be eaten raw, served in pies, made into jams and much more!
Bloodbery[edit | edit source]
The juice of the bloodberry is a thick, viscous liquid almost completely indistinguishable from blood. Huge amounts of this crop are purchased by the Bormar Theatrical Society.
Blueberry[edit | edit source]
Common, juicy and with a subtle but unique flavour, blueberries are a favourite filling for pastries amongst both Humans and Dwarves.
Boysenberry[edit | edit source]
A large berry, similar to a blackberry. The tart, rich flavour is said to be an acquired taste.
Charberry[edit | edit source]
With a black, cracked skin similar to burnt meat, the charberry actually tastes remarkably of lemons.
Cloudberry[edit | edit source]
A bright orange berry, said to resemble the shape of a cloud.
Cranberry[edit | edit source]
A common ingredient for sauces, juices and preserves. The sweet, rich flavour tends to pair well with Tuskhide meat.
Dewberry[edit | edit source]
The dewberry plant aggressively hoards as much water as it can find in the desert. If you shake the plant, you can sometimes hear the liquid sloshing around.
Elderberry[edit | edit source]
Stone-grey; some theorise that this berry has adapted to blend in with the mountains. An absolute favourite of Mar Goats, who cannot seem to get enough of them
Golberry[edit | edit source]
A small berry that emits a very slight glow when in the dark. Similar to some constellations, it appears slightly brighter when not looking at it, providing an amusing time for many foragers.
Gooseberry[edit | edit source]
A tart, bitter berry found in most rural areas.
Juniper Berry[edit | edit source]
Bright blue and visible from quite a distance away, juniper berries are far too bitter to actually enjoy eating.
Lakeberry[edit | edit source]
These berries grow on the shorelines of slow-moving rivers, making them a quick, tasty snack for fishermen.
Lingonberry[edit | edit source]
Quite tart and favouring cold climates. Lingonberries are often cooked down into jams and eaten with whatever game or meat can be found in the region.
Loganberry[edit | edit source]
Similar to blackberries, the loganberry is a deep-red colour and can be used for food or wine making.
Mellowberry[edit | edit source]
Oddly, this berry simply doesn't taste of anything. However, this changes when cooked and it develops a rich, smoky flavour.
Mulberry[edit | edit source]
Can be found in red, white or blue varieties, commonly described as having an 'explosive' flavour.
Ongberry[edit | edit source]
Often found as a solitary clump of berries attached to various bits of lichen or moss. How this berry grows or survives isn't fully understood yet.
Raspberry[edit | edit source]
A common berry found in temperate climes.
Sloe Berry[edit | edit source]
Among many Dwarven and Human towns, local sources of sloe berries are harvested and used in the making of a type of gin.
Snowberry[edit | edit source]
Pure white and very hard to spot against the snow that it prefers to grow in.
Strawberry[edit | edit source]
A large, red berry with a unique taste, the strawberry has remained a staple in all aspects of the culinary world. It's distinct heart shape is often associated with love.
Thornberry[edit | edit source]
Named by a Dwarven naturalist, these berries are incredibly hard to grow outside of the wild.