Treeface

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A wicked parody of the traditional Treant of Western fantasy, the Treeface (also known as FaceTree) is a terrible tree that loves to take a taste of adventurers. Brighter than their bark would imply, they use their own leaves to heal themselves when weakened, and are not above fleeing battle when their necks are on the chopping block.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest II[edit]

Treeface
HP MP Experience Gold
51 0 50 80
Attack Defense Speed
50 19 30
Dropped Item Wizard's staff (1/32)
Skills Weird Dance (3~8mp)
Flee
Game Dragon Quest II
Console NES, SNES, GBC, Mobile

Dragon Quest VIII[edit]

#49 - Treeface
HP MP Experience Gold
64 0 67 23
Attack Defense Speed
56 49 38
Dropped Item Strong medicine (1/32)
Yggdrasil leaf (1/256)
Locations Maella Region
Skills Weird Dance
Use medicine
Flee
Family Plant
Bestiary # 49
Game Dragon Quest VIII
Console PS2
Description Rightly feared for their habit of hiding in the forest and ambushing travellers. When hurt, they pluck leaves from their own branches to use as healing herbs.

Dragon Quest IX[edit]

#077 - Treeface
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HP MP Experience Gold
95 12 315 102
Attack Defense Speed
83 78 63
Dropped Item Strong medicine (common, 1/32)
Strong antidote (rare, 1/64)
Locations Lonely Coast
Heights of Loneliness
Grotto
Skills Weird Dance
Use medicine
Family Plant
Bestiary # 077
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Description These troublesome trees lower MP with Weird Dance and can cure with the medicinal herbs that blossom in their branches.

They often hide in the forest so they can pounce on and punish people who think it's clever to carve their initials into trees.

Dragon Quest Monsters[edit]

FaceTree is a member of the Plant family and is the boss of the Bewilder Traveler's Gate. It can be recruited by Terry after beating it, with the default name Face. It can learn StopSpell, OddDance, and Curse naturally. FaceTree can be bred with a combination of any member of the Plant family as the pedigree and a NiteWhip.

Dragon Quest Builders[edit]

Variants[edit]

Treevil[edit]

The Treevil is a bizarrely colored conifer that wandered into the human world from the depths of demonic lands. Despite these origins, they prove to cherish camaraderie and will bring back fallen friends with the use of their leaves.


Treeface
File:Treevil.png
HP MP Experience Gold
63 4 67 95
Attack Defense Speed
72 27 38
Skills Weird Dance
Flee
Spells Fizzle
Game Dragon Quest II
Console NES, SNES, GBC, Mobile
Romanji ウドラー


#101 - Treeface
File:Treevil.png
HP MP Experience Gold
109 0 94 27
Attack Defense Speed
97 94 52
Dropped Item Strong medicine (common)
Yggdrasil leaf (rare)
Locations Baccarat Region
Skills Weirder Dance
Use Yggdrasil leaf
Flee
Family plant
Bestiary # 101
Game Dragon Quest VIII
Console PS2
Romanji ウドラー
Description Said to carry Yggdrasil leaves in their treetops, these monsters have the ability to resurrect fallen comrades.


#110 - Treevil
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HP MP Experience Gold
111 14 600 106
Attack Defense Speed
101 101 99
Dropped Item Superior medicine (common, 1/16)
Coagulant (rare, 1/64)
Locations Urdus Marshland
Iluugazar Plains
Mt. Ulbaruun
Newid Isle (high ground)
Lonely Coast (high ground)
Grotto
Skills Weird Dance
Use Yggdrasil leaf
Family Plant
Bestiary # 110
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Romanji ウドラー
Description They keep Yggdrasil leaves concealed in their canopies to bring back their buddies. Fry them with fire fast.

They love a party, and enjoy nothing more than standing in a big circle of a hundred or more friends doing the Weird Dance.

Dark Macarbour[edit]


#181 - Dark macarbour
File:Darkmacarbour DQVIII PS2.png
HP MP Experience Gold
334 0 333 56
Attack Defense Speed
188 126 84
Dropped Item Strong medicine (1/8)
Yggdrasil leaf (1/256)
Locations World of Darkness
Skills Death Dance
Use Yggdrasil leaf
Family Plant
Bestiary # 181
Game Dragon Quest VIII
Console PS2
Description A fearsome tree of death. In the World of Darkness, trees grow from leaves rather than seeds, sprouting branches first and roots last.

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