The myconids communicated telepathically, using spores which they blew from their mouths. Variants of these spores could also be used offensively, although they were not violent creatures and were, in fact, known to share their territory.
A group of about 370 myconids dwelled in the Lowerdark city of Fluvenilstra under the leadership of Meln, their sovereign. Although the myconids appeared to do nothing, they actually controlled the city's defense force of shambling mounds, phantom fungi, assassin vines, and other plant monsters.
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