Jump to content

Is wormwood a treeguard?


Charlie Wicked

Recommended Posts

Just a small lore question: is wormwood a treeguard?

- He has a close relationship with plants, because of that, he hates when things hurts plants, just like treeguards.

- His face is very similar to palm treeguards from shipwrecked

I know its a very lazy made post, Im sorry

Palm_Treeguard.png.d3f8b7212225b6d0f27f1327bb7549b9.pngWormwood.thumb.png.d50d9233054f15d8efb180692bb5500d.png

All images are taken from dont starve wiki

Link to comment
Share on other sites

7 hours ago, oCrapaCreeper said:

He’s probably in the same family, but just not the same kind of tree. There probably is something specifically special about him though, with what looks like a green gem inside his torso.

Damn, didnt see that

22 hours ago, Bluegeist said:

I don't think he is a treeguard or any other creature we know of, considering he is called "The Lonesome", which suggests he's one of a kind.

Like a extinct plant? Oh...

13 hours ago, hyiltiz said:

He is groot, obviously, or some kinda relative, lost in the Constant.

Hmmmm

Link to comment
Share on other sites

not really... here what we know so far:

- he seems to be somehow related to the (pig) ruins (he spawns surrounded by ruins walls.)  OR Maybe even transported via portal (walls maybe a representation of a portal)

- he is probably more like a symbiosis between a living log and a green gem (green gem is his heart)

latest?cb=20130626123307 “Looks familiar...” –Wormwood

latest?cb=20130314185439 “Friend. Nice friend” –Wormwood

latest?cb=20190207224130

- he has a very strong connection with the Mants... He is the only character that knows their name in their own language --- “Chr'ik?” 

 

My theories about his origin are more or less like this:

  • he was probably created by a Mant-like civilization in the High Mants ruins before they left Hamlet to travel to the Ruins in the Constant. The only remnant from that group is the Ancient Herald.
  • or he has created in the ruins in the constant and he was sent away via portal to Hamlet 
Link to comment
Share on other sites

On 28/05/2019 at 4:19 PM, FreyaMaluk said:

not really... here what we know so far:

- he seems to be somehow related to the (pig) ruins (he spawns surrounded by ruins walls.)  OR Maybe even transported via portal (walls maybe a representation of a portal)

- he is probably more like a symbiosis between a living log and a green gem (green gem is his heart)

latest?cb=20130626123307 “Looks familiar...” –Wormwood

latest?cb=20130314185439 “Friend. Nice friend” –Wormwood

latest?cb=20190207224130

- he has a very strong connection with the Mants... He is the only character that knows their name in their own language --- “Chr'ik?” 

 

My theories about his origin are more or less like this:

  • he was probably created by a Mant-like civilization in the High Mants ruins before they left Hamlet to travel to the Ruins in the Constant. The only remnant from that group is the Ancient Herald.
  • or he has created in the ruins in the constant and he was sent away via portal to Hamlet 

Ha! Noted! Nice observation!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Considering Forge added a new gem , which is propably more purer red gem ( notice you summon fire and meteors with the staff )

it wouldn't be a long shot that Woodworm is actually infused with Green Gem+ which allows living things to summon from mere plants ( potentially similiar to the fallen Moon's 

Spoiler

carrats and saladmanders

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 hours ago, __IvoCZE__ said:

Considering Forge added a new gem

What do you mean they added a new gem?

Is it actually a new gem, or is it the colorcubes making it look new?

For example, the "green" healing flowers in the Forge are actually a Cyan blue.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Please be aware that the content of this thread may be outdated and no longer applicable.

×
×
  • Create New...