|Locations||The Shivering Timbers|
|Hit Points||Scales with player stats|
|Attack||Scales with player stats|
|Defense||Scales with player stats|
This is one seriously mutated tree. Some kind of celestial typo has caused it to be covered not in evergreen needles, but in a thick coat of actual fur.
Either that, or maybe it's a tree that turns into a wolf by the light of the full moon, and it's halfway through the transformation. Either way, it looks pretty dangerous. You know what they say: fur is MURDER.
It smacks you with a furry limb. I'm going to go out on that limb and say that it hurt really bad. Argh! Eek! Ow! Ouch!
It throws a couple of pinecones at you. You pine for a time when you didn't have scratches all over you. Oof! Eek! Oof! Oof!
It bumps you in the junk with its trunk. Ugh. Oof! Ouch! Argh!
It scratches you with furry twigs. Great, now you're going to get rabies and dutch elm disease. Ouch! Ouch! Oof!
It swings a furry limb at you, but a nude hippy leaps from a nearby bush, throws a can of paint at the tree, and shouts, "I'd rather go naked than wear fur!" Sadly, you're unable to avert your eyes in time. Argh! Ugh! Eek! (sleaze damage)
It rears back and howls at the moon, chilling your blood. Fortunately, you were a little hot-blooded before, so it just returned your blood to a normal temperature.
It starts to swing a furry limb at you, but a hippy leaps from a nearby bush and throws a can of red paint at the tree. You wait while the tree cleans off the paint.
It whips a pinecone or two at you, but they're too furry to really hurt.
It tries to smack you with a limb, but you're too limber to be smacked.
It tries to bump you with its trunk, but there's too much junk in its trunk to move fast enough. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: spooky bark (10% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: spooky sap (5% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: petrified wood (5% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: wolfman mask (20% chance)*|
|You gain some <substat>.|
Occurs at The Shivering Timbers.
- The lycanthropic fur tree should not be confused with the coniferous Fir Tree.