Friday, August 14, 2009


Treents are anthropomorphic, walking trees that live deep in ancient forests around the world. They tend to have the characteristics of the dominant tree of the forest they live in (Spruce, Maple, Redwood, etc.) and thus come in all different shapes and sizes. They are slow moving, highly protective of their territory, and extremely leery of outsiders. They will often attack loggers, lumberjacks, hikers, or other intruders without provocation.

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