A tree that feeds off of the animals in the woods around it, the noosetree mostly eats squirrels, birds, rabbits, and other small animals. The tree senses prey through tremors on the ground before using its long vines to catch its prey. The normal noosetree grows to height of twenty feet. Its branches hang toward the ground, covered in fronds almost as long as the branches themselves. There are rumors of noosetrees of a bigger type deep in the forest.