Knifeleaf pissthistle

The knifeleaf pissthistle is an intimidating plant indeed. While generally pretty similar to its ancestor, it has undergone some adaptations that make it harder to prey on. The most obvious of these are its long, swordlike, woody leaves, which are not only sharp at the end but also have tiny serrations on their sides similar to a terran aloe plant. They also have a segmented, woody stem to protect themselves from moisture loss and “insects”. Knifeleaf pissthistles generally tend to be solitary and germinate away from each other, although small patches of them do happen. Other than this, though, knifeleaf pissthistles are pretty similar to their ancestors.