|Giant Blue Mushroom|
Could be used as an icon for Warcraft's Blue Mushroom Trees.
|Giant Red Mushroom|
Could be used as an icon for Warcraft's Red Mushroom Trees.
This mushroom starts off like all non-bioluminescent fungi. With time, it's outer layer begins to slowly deteriorate from bottom to top, revealing hard glowing clumps of mucus. The end stage of spore demon has its "shell" fully removed, uncovering its glowing nature.
The name corresponds to its stone-like nature - hard geometrical shapes cover the mushroom from both outside and inside. When picked apart, parts of it are sometimes mistaken for gems, which makes them a cheap replacement in magical amulets.
As the name suggests, the head of this mushroom remotely resembles a comb jelly. That said, unlike a comb jelly this mushroom can actually sting you if you're not careful. Microscopical fibers on its head react when come in contact with organics. Adept potion brewers use this mushroom to make long-lasting invulnerability potions.
Contrary to obvious expectations, the spikes on its head are actually soft. They contain a mixture of spores and organic acid, making them both a defensive and reproductive mechanism - when the right time comes these spikes explode, shooting their contents in random directions.
As a powerful hallucinogen, this mushroom is often used by witch doctors of the horde in their rituals. Unlike other mushrooms on the list, this one is the most "shy", hiding its glowing parts for the majority of its lifecycle.