This large and powerful botanical is famous for the curious effects of its pheromones. Most biotypes, particularly those which produce eggs or egg cells, are stricken with a persistent, increasing urge to enter the monster's gargantuan central bloom, embracing its thorny stalk and putting up little resistance as they are enclosed and dissolved.
Titarium are easily cloned from tissue samples, but take more than a century to produce a true seed, carrying with it the genes of past prey. They can become quite protective of their trainer, but have difficulty suppressing their own pheromones and may be forced to fend off an entranced owner's advances.
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