The Veined Nettle's shape resembles a hand fan. Its overall color is violet with a dark purple stem, which has glowing pink spots on it. The fan is darker at the center, but becomes lighter as it goes farther out, constantly emitting a faint bioluminescent glow.
A common, shallow-water plant which frequently shows signs of predation around the edges of the leaves. Thick, violet veins carry nutrients to the extremities of the fan, and brightly-colored seeds grow around the base and stem.