The Treant (トレント, Torento?), also know as the Wood Eyes, the Trent, or the Torrent, is a recurring enemy in the Final Fantasy series; having appeared in Final Fantasy IV for the first time. They often resemble trees in their appearances, often with a face carved into them.
Due to their tree-like nature, they are usually weak to the Fire element, and occasionally have an affinity with the Earth. They also frequently attack with physicals, and by inflicting Berserk or other beneficial statuses such as Protect on themselves and allies.
A common variation is the Elder Treant (エルダートレント, Erudātorento?) or the Mammon (マモン, Mamon?). These usually have no visually consistent traits between appearances, other than sharing the traits as their variant, albeit with greater stats.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.2 Final Fantasy V
- 1.3 Final Fantasy XI
- 1.4 Final Fantasy XII
- 1.5 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.6 Final Fantasy XV
- 1.7 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Legend II
- 1.9 Bravely Default
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Artniks Dive
- 1.12 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.13 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 1.14 Mobius Final Fantasy
- 1.15 Chocobo's Dungeon 2
- 1.16 Dice de Chocobo
- 2 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
A pink variant, the Elder Treant is found in the Sylph Cave. With almost ten-times the HP as its weaker cousin, it shares its weakness to the Fire element. It attacks in a similar fashion but it also counters when attacked by using the Berserk spell on themselves or their allies.
The Treant is an enemy that has a weakness to the Fire element and uses only physical attacks. It can be fought in Rydia's Tale in both the Agart Mine and the Passage of the Eidolons, and also in Edward's Tale outside Baron.
The Treant is an enemy and fought in the second world, encountered around Castle Exdeath. It has the Berserk ability, which it will use on its allies to increase their damage output on the player party. It also has the damaging Death Claw ability, teachable as a Blue Magic spell, which can reduce the player party's units to single figures.
A cyan palette-swap appears as a stronger palette-swap known as Mammon. Aptly fought in the Great Forest of Moore, they are usually fought with magic-orientated enemies, whom Mammon will cast Berserk on them which will hamper them. For its place in the game, Mammon is not as dangerous as the Treant since it lacks the Death Claw ability, but it uses stronger physical attacks against the party.
A green-brown palette-swap, the Triffid is the third and strongest variant of the Treant. Fought in the merged world as a random encounter near Ghido's Cave and the Guardian Tree, it is not much tougher than the Mammon enemy. It utilizes the same Berserk and strong physical attack strategy as the Mammon.
The Treant is an enemy genus found that resemble walking trees that come in a variety of colors. They are weak to the Fire element and the Dark element, and are usually of the Warrior class. They are relatively large in size, and are found in outside areas. They drop a variety of woods, roots, leaves and mushrooms. The quantity of drops, more than any one drop individually, make them frequently targeted enemies. They use attacks which inflict statuses, most notably Blind, which can be inflicted through its Entangle and Drill Branch attacks.
One enemy in the Treant genus is the aptly named Treant enemy. They appear between levels 35 - 37 in the Batallia Downs area of the forested region of Norvallen, and between levels 73 - 76 in the Vunkerl Inlet area of the Derfland Front. Following the standard traits of the Treant family, they are weak to Fire and Dark and are of the Warrior class.
The Treant is a plant/golem-type enemy, fought in various areas of the Golmore Jungle. A docile enemy, Treants will not attack the player unless they are attacked first. They will tend to cast Protect on themselves. They are also fought alongside the Elder Wyrm during the boss battle, where they will not be docile.
In the Gridania scenario, the Adventurer, Yda and Papalymo encounter a Treant when it devours a few wolves that were attacking them. The creature then notices the group and chases after them until calmed down by E-Sumi-Yan and sent back into the forest from which it emerged from.
Treants are a group of tree-like entities that absorb Earth-based attacks and are weak against Fire. They have no evade stat, so all attacks on the Treant will land. They have a variety of attacks, with the ranks of Treant slowly becoming more equipped to buff themselves.
The Dryad enemy only has the Leaf Rain enemy ability in its arsenal, while the rank two Treant enemy has the Life Nymph ability to heal itself. The rank three Elder Treant also has access to status which can inflict the Protect and Shell statuses.
The Treant is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into.
Treant is an enemy family and appears as animated trees with frightful faces carved into them.
Many of the enemies in this family's English names differ from their Japanese. In the Japanese version there is only one member with "Treant" in its name, and that is the Elder Treant who is known as "Treant" in the Japanese version. The Treant's Japanese name is actually "Mammon". Ent's Japanese name is "Dryad".
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Treants are creatures found in the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game.