These guardians of the trees are found exclusively in outdoor, wooded areas, as their size would prohibit movement elsewhere. Members of the polyroot family of Plantoids, treants are able to move on their numerous mobile roots. While solitary in nature and often found roaming by themselves, at times they are surrounded by saplings, who are young treants themselves, who will often come to the aid of a treant in trouble.
The treants drop a variety of woods, roots, leaves and mushrooms. The quantity of drops, more than any one drop individually, can lead to their being targeted for slaughter.
Most treants have a green canopy, but there are a few that reflect a different season(winter:no leaves, spring:pink leaves/blossoms, summer:green leaves or autumn:red leaves) or actually change their canopy to suit the season (Seasonal Treant).