Assassin vine

Assassin vine
Characteristics
Alignment Neutral
Type Plant
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Publication history
Source books Monster Manual

In the Dungeons and Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the assassin vine is a dangerous plant which grows both in and underground.

Publication historyEdit

The assassin vine first appeared in the third edition Monster Manual (2000),[1] and then the 3.5 Monster Manual.

DescriptionEdit

An assassin vine is basically a tree which uses its vines to kill victims and deposit the bodies near the roots for fertilizer. It consists of a main vine attached to the tree, about 20 feet long, with smaller, 5 foot long vines breaking off. It has both leaves and berries. The berries have a bitter taste and are used to make a heady wine despite being widely believed to be poisonous. The underground version of the assassin vine is darker in coloration to the ground dwelling one.

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Last modified on 3 August 2012, at 23:51