Chapter 360 - Little Treant: I'm in Danger
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The Tale of Hero Alice's Social Death (Pantsu Hero Alice) Chapter 360 - Little Treant: I'm in Danger

Although Alice felt something was wrong with the treants' present state, she didn't go to them and ask about their condition. She still remembered Lilith telling her that the treants were no longer friendly with humans, and even revealing her identity as the Hero wouldn't do her any good. If she were to reveal herself to the treants right now, the treants would probably group up and attack her immediately.

Hence, Alice decided to investigate the situation herself for the time being. If the treants' situation was as terrible as it seemed and it was caused by some troubling or external factors, she could maybe help them resolve this problem in exchange for a block of Living Wood.

This reminded Alice of the Heroes in the games she had played on Earth. In those games, her game character would play the role of a Hero and go about doing quests to get stronger while earning money. Of course, Heroes in this otherworld did not need to worry about money. All they needed to do was focus on getting strong. Nobody would dare to give silly tasks to the Hero, either.

Regardless, although the treants wouldn't take the initiative to give Alice a quest or clues, Alice decided to be patient.

Meanwhile, after circling the treants' settlement while staying invisible, Alice found that the settlement was considerably primitive. She was astonished that even after thousands of years of development, the treant civilization remained in such a rudimentary state. She felt that the treants' respect for nature had already reached an obsessive degree. Their obsession was so bad that they found the existence of artificial objects nigh-unacceptable.

Even in the case of necessary creations such as tables and chairs, the treants would only use the simplest method to deal with it. They also refused to create shelters that could protect them from natural disasters, opting to use a nearby cave as a temporary shelter instead. If a modern human were to stay in the treants' settlement for a few days, this person would probably go crazy from boredom.

The treants' obsession with nature also explained why the treants would be so hostile to humans. The treants naturally wouldn't have positive feelings toward a civilization developed at the cost of nature's destruction. The treants might have been able to empathize with and accept the human civilization of olden times, but modern human civilization was too much for them to understand with their stubborn minds. So, it was only natural for the relationship between treants and humans to grow tense.

These treants…sure move slowly.

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