A wise thaumaturge keeps kis [sic]
knowledge in books and papers - that's why there are soooo many of those Knowledge Fragments scattered around the world. However, every living being has it's sort of memory - animals and humans use their brainz [sic]
, zombies use other's brainz [sic]
... What about plants? They do have a memory too, don't they? Well, what happens should you infuse a plant in a lot of kognitio [sic]
essentia? Well, the results... are interesting for sure. Only one plant was able to survive the infusion - the Rose. You've tried planting it and letting it grow. No success... almost.
A newborn Rosa Mysteria seems too weak for the regular soil - it dies of [sic]
without any aspects supporting it's [sic]
growth. You've tried putting it on top of Salis Mundus - does not do the job. However, those Aspect Blocks serve like a descent enough base for the plant to grow. While growing it will accumulate aspects from the block underneath it. Once grown a Knowledge Fragment of sorts can be harvested. It will be attuned to certain aspects based on the block the Rose was growing on. The fragment can be washed-up in a crucible to remove it's [sic]
attunement, but it looses [sic]
much in the process. Growing the rose on top of a mixed block yelds [sic]
a Mixed Fragment. The fragements [sic]
can be combined with a research in a crafting table to add the corresponding aspects to the research's pool. It is up to you to discover what would happen should you grow the rose on a Tained [sic]
Block, but you have a feeling that nothing good will happen...