Biweekly Monster-Predator Ash

These trees look just like an ash tree, though bones of their prey near the roots might betray their true nature. Predator Ash wander only when in search of prey when their current location begins to prove less bountiful. They move slowly (1 or 2 mph), and only at night. During the day, they will stand still waiting for prey. They strike by lashing down with branches that strike like swords when they feel prey near their roots.

While migrating, the tree is more conspicuous, as it has not laid its roots deep into the ground yet. As time goes on, the ground they have disturbed returns to its natural state and the tree is harder to recognize as anything other than a normal tree surrounded with bones. Predator Ash also gain in perceptive ability the longer they occupy an area.

 

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