The Giant Tree

 The Giant Tree and The Castle 

The Giant Tree and The Castle 

Ther are many stories from the perspective of the great old tree, Translators have countless interviews with the tree.  Most trees will tell stories on windy days but not on breezy or still days. The most notable reference point for the amount of wind used is if a leaf that falls from the tree travels the same distance as the height of the branch it left to the ground. This is the only way people on to legs can comprehend when a tree is most likely to tell a tail.  Elves, trolls, and dwarfs all have tree examiners but humans for some reason seem to have had the most prolific of all. This could be because of the way humans keep records written, while some of the other species seem to pass on the stories through dna or ancient memories. The process can be tiring for the translator. The way they explain it is that they do not hear a voice that they can understand, instead they only hear the deep creeks, the wind and the leafs playing a kind of song that pushes images and visions through their minds. It has been told that translators at times have had to be pulled away from the old wise beings while they grip the trunk and hold their ears tight to the bark. If not for being pulled away might have starved, froze or died of heat exhaustion. The translators from the different