The Phase Pine

I wrote the Phase Pine in response to a comment a Redditor made on my Reaping Willow post. This is just a big happy tree having fun at the expense of some other people’s kite.

 

Phase Pine


The Phase Pine is a mythical tree notorious for causing mischief across the planes. This trickster can be found in all different climates and usually stands out for its odd placement. The Phase Pine teleports to the middle of large open fields. Its goal is to capture children’s kites. It does this through a combination of smart placement and innate magic that acts as a magnet for these airborne objects. This magnetic pull appears to unsuspecting children as a light breeze. After the tree has captured its fill of kites (no more than 3 or 4) it will teleport to its next location before the local adult population becomes wise to its presence.

Phase Pine
I never said I could draw.


Phase Pine

Large Plant, chaotic good

Armor Class 16 (natural armor)

Hit Points 138 (12d12 + 60)

Speed 30 ft.

STR       DEX    CON       INT       WIS      CHA

23(+6)  8(-1)     23(+5)     12(+1)  16(+3)  12(+1)

Damage resistances bludgeoning, piercing

Damage vulnerabilities fire

Senses passive Perception 13

Languages Common, Druidic, Elvish, Sylvan

Challenge 9 (5,000 XP)

False appearance. While the Phase Pine remains motionless it appears as a normal pine tree.

Actions:

Slam. Melee Weapon Attack: +10 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 16 (3d6+6) bludgeoning damage.

Phase (1/Day). Once a day the Phase Pine can teleport anywhere in the known multiverse if it is an open, sunny, field. It will do this immediately if engaged in combat.

 

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