Monster Manual Monday – T Treant

The Ents from Lord of the Rings might have been a copyright name I guess. Maybe that’s why the D&D writers put a tree on the beginning to make them into treants. This one’s a cedar. I don’t think I’ve seen a cedar treant. I was tempted to go with fir or pine, but I’ve seen those sentient trees at Christmas time.

Treant from Dungeons and Dragons

One Awesomes Comment!

  1. mdf

    Interesting interpretation. I like it.

    I believe Hobbit was used in the original version of D&D before Halfling became standard usage.

    I suspect the reasoning behind Treant was the same.