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Garamoud, Ent of the World Tree

Garamoud, Ent of the World Tree

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--- NOTE: This is a very large model that comes in several pieces. It is defined as a "Huge" creature by D&D rules, and as such has a base that's approximately 3" in diameter and stands approximately 5" tall --


In the Age of Creation, Renmaeth created many stalwart and beautiful defenders and tenders of her forests and groves. Garamoud was one such defender, an enormous pine tree given shape and form, life and mind. He was a shepherd of the forest in the northern reaches of Tharador, to bring safety and growth to the forests whilst Renmaeth’s focus was locked in the lands of where now stands Nan Thalias. Had the war ever grown to Garamoud’s domain, he would defend it with strength unrivaled even by the largest and strongest Goliaths.

Though when the war came to its close Garamoud took much more attention from Renmaeth, as did many of his kin that tended the north. There they had grown thick and abundant forests over the land, even in plains that Renmaeth had left as barren grasslands. Though as the time of the Goliath rose, many of these forests were cut down in large swathes to fuel the Goliath’s lust for conquest.

Garamoud and his kin fought bravely, but were little match against the hordes that marched against them. So many of his kin were slain that the Goliaths thought them extinct, though in truth many fled far to other places of the world. Most southward to Nan Thalias to seek shelter in the great forests there, guarded by powerful Druids. Though Garamoud and a few others traveled east, over the great mountain wall of Brannfest.

There he and his kind remained undisturbed for many years, until the invention of man. The land soured and withered, Renmaeth sacrificed her own soul to create the Four Trees (or Pillars as some called them) to stabilize the fading land, and fell into a deep sleep thereafter. Garamoud protected the tree in the east, Brel Vardra, and many druids flocked to it too. These lands were undisturbed for millennia, until at last humans too crossed the Brannfest.

Sorrows followed soon after. The humans were mostly unintrusive against the woods and nature, though after many centuries they caught a love of fire, fuel, quarries and mines. The tapestries of Renmaeth were torn asunder as the humans of Alimroth plundered the land, destroying the woods that Garamoud lived in as well. With no home left he retreated to Brel Vardra, sure that one day the fires of industry would reach the revered Tree that brought life to all in Tharador’s East.

This product was designed by Dungeon Master Stash and is part of their May 2022 pack, Fire and Fey. They are a group of very talented artists who create high-quality tabletop miniatures and campaign materials.

We are proud to be a DM Stash licensed merchant.

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Size category (Medium, Large, Huge, etc.) is a scale using standard D&D rules. This means that minis will have a size commensurate with the diameter of their base, and that their base will typically conform to the following rules:

  • Small/Tiny - 1"/25mm diameter base or smaller (depends on the mini)
  • Medium - 1"/25mm diameter base
  • Large - 2"/50mm diameter base
  • Huge - 3"/75mm diameter base
  • Gargantuan - typically uses a 4"/100mm diameter base. If the base size is different, it will be noted above in the listing.

32mm (heroic scale) miniatures may have bases that are slightly larger but still close to the sizes listed above.

Product images may include renders, special effects, and/or painting that may not be indicative of the received product.Unless otherwise specified, all products are 3d-printed in gray with either a custom resin mix or PLA. This ensures the products are durable but still hold their detail. With that being said, we still recommend handling the products with care as many have very fine, delicate features that can still be easily broken.In addition, because of the production process, there may be slight variations, indentations, or rough edges that need to be cleaned up before use/painting. We perform a thorough inspection of every product before it's shipped to ensure that it is something that we would be proud to display on our own tables.