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Anthropomorphic and possessed trees can be found in several Castlevania games. They are large plant monsters that come in diverse forms and attack in a variety of ways.

AppearancesEdit

The first such creatures to appear in the series were the Dryads, spirits that protrude from the trees they inhabit taking an humanoid form. Dryads also appear in different form in Castlevania: Circle of the Moon as withered trees that create "puff ball" seeds that slowly move toward the player. They later took the form of stationary woman-like trees in Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow.

Boku Dracula-kun features an anthropomorphic Cactus that can move around and shoot needles at Kid Dracula in the deserts of Egypt.

A fruit tree from hell called Human Face Tree (じんめんじゅJinmenju?) appears in the garden stages in the Sega Saturn version of Symphony of the Night. Its fruit will instantly kill anyone who eats it, and the tree will kill anyone who tries to kill it as well.

Wakwak Trees appear in Dawn of Sorrow. Flea Men grow on their branches like fruit and are released once fully grown. The tree will keep on producing them until it is destroyed.

A giant walking tree called Treant first appeared in Dawn of Sorrow in the Garden of Madness stage (perhaps as a replacement for the Wooden Golem and Dryad). They are based on the Dungeons & Dragons Treant monster, which in turn is based on J. R. R. Tolkien's Ents. They behave almost exactly like the Golem, but do not fire anything from their mouth and are a little bit faster. The very first Treant guards the Magic Seal 2.

In Portrait of Ruin, Treants appear in the Forest of Doom stage. Here, they drop the Club card, which is necessary for completing one of Wind's quests. They have the same appearance as their Dawn of Sorrow counterparts, only a bit darker.

Enemy DataEdit

Enemy Data: Trees
Image Name - Game
Description
Statistics Items Location
Hc-wallwid Dryad  [ edit ]
Haunted Castle
' HP: 6
Exp: 200
Atk: 1
1. Graveyard
BDK Cactus 35. Cactus (jpn) [ edit ]
Boku Dracula-kun
' 6. Egypt
Wallgrab 26. Dryad  (Wood) [ edit ]
Super Castlevania IV
' HP: 0
Exp: 100
Atk: 2
4. Outer Keep
X68-wwidow Dryad  (Tree Spirit) [ edit ]
Chronicles
' HP: 12
Exp: 300
3. Courtyard
Saturn tree 90. Human Face Tree (jpn) [ edit ]
Symphony of the Night (Saturn-only)
Always smiling due to its fruitful, human-faced results. Weak: Holy
Level: 21
HP: 250
Exp: 125
Drop: Apple, Antivenom
Underground Garden
Spikethw Vampire Tree (jpn) [ edit ]
Legends
' HP: 5
Atk: 1
4. Top Floor, 5. Cathedral
Dryad Dryad (jpn) [ edit ]
Circle of the Moon
' Strong: Plants
HP: 120
Exp: 300
Atk: 300
Def: 360
Common Drop: Heart High
Rare Drop: Heart Mega
Underground Warehouse
AOS-Dryad 71. Dryad  [ edit ]
Aria of Sorrow
An evil tree spirit. Weak: Flame
HP: 350
MP: 212
Exp: 200
Atk: 45
Def: 38
Common Drop: Mystletain
Rare Drop: Persimmon
Soul: Drain Seed
Underground Reservoir, Forbidden Area
Treant 35. Treant (jpn) [ edit ]
Dawn of Sorrow
An ancient tree animated by a purely malevolent evil. Strong: Electric
Weak: Slashing, Fire
HP: 128
MP: 1
Exp: 150
Atk: 40
Timestop: Unaffected
Soul: Healing Forest (8%)
Garden of Madness
Wakwaktree2 55. Wakwak Tree (Waqwaq Tree) [ edit ]
Dawn of Sorrow
A horrifying tree that can produce pods of men. Strong: Electric
Weak: Slashing, Fire
HP: 600
MP: 1
Exp: 190
Atk: 43
Timestop: Affected
Common Drop: Amanita (8%)
Soul: Defender (20%)
Garden of Madness
Treant 70. Treant  [ edit ]
Portrait of Ruin
An ancient tree animated by a malevolent will. Strong: Electric
Weak: Slash, Fire, Holy
HP: 340
Exp: 205
Skill Pt: 5
Drop: Club
Forest of Doom
Wakwaktree2 105. Wakwak Tree  (Waqwaq Tree) [ edit ]
Portrait of Ruin
A nasty tree that produces Fleamen. Strong: Electric
Weak: Slash, Fire
HP: 550
Exp: 185
Skill Pt: 5
Drop: Grapes
Dark Academy
Treant 16. Treant  [ edit ]
Harmony of Despair
An ancient tree animated by a purely malevolent will. Strong: Lightning, Holy
Weak: Slash, Pierce, Fire, Darkness
Soul: Yellow Soul (3.30%)
Chapter 2,Chapter 9

TriviaEdit

  • Wakwak Tree's Japanese name is "Waqwaq Tree", from Persian mythology.