The Creepvine is the primary flora of the Arctic Kelp Forest.


The species possesses a long yellow stalk that anchors it to the seabed. From the stalk many long, wavy leaves grow and share the yellow colouration of the stalk. Its seed pods emit a constant bioluminescent pink glow.


The species appears to function identically to the Creepvine, covering vast areas of seabed and forming forests which provide shelter to smaller creatures and hunting grounds for predators.

Future Plans

The current model for Creepvine is a placeholder and will be replaced in the future.

Data Bank Entry

Arctic Kelp Ency