History Main / PlantPerson

17th Apr '18 3:07:07 PM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/TheHeartPumpsClay'': Implied. The [[https://rpgmaker.net/media/content/games/6541/screenshots/HeartScreen5.png Dryad]], that welcomes Mara, Bud and Crow at the Tree of Life. She's named after, or possibly is a, mythological Greek tree spirit, and she has a leaf for hair.



%%* ''Webcomic/NowhereBoy'' has a plant person as one of the Twelve Apostles.

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%%* %% Administrivia/ZeroContextExamples * ''Webcomic/NowhereBoy'' has a plant person as one of the Twelve Apostles.
11th Apr '18 1:11:48 AM fugyfruit101
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* In the Burton and Swineburne series of books, at one point [[spoiler:Swineburne]] after being infected with a deadly plant virus falls into a pit and is revealed to have slowly tranformed into a giant tree with his mind still completely intact over the course of centuries, at which point he gains [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard control over the germans plant based weaponry]] and destroys them
25th Mar '18 7:11:49 PM Pichu-kun
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%%* Cheza from ''Anime/WolfsRain''

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%%* * Cheza from ''Anime/WolfsRain''''Anime/WolfsRain'' is humanoid but was born of a plant.



* Daisy from ''Oswald'' is an energetic anthropomorphic sunflower. The other main characters are talking animals and a living hot-dog.

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* Daisy from ''Oswald'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Oswald}}'' is an energetic anthropomorphic sunflower. The other main characters are talking animals and a living hot-dog. There are also a few other anthropomorphic plants who live in Big City.
9th Mar '18 5:54:11 AM WolfMattGrey
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* Following the success of the Swamp Thing, ''Comicbook/BlackOrchid'' was {{retcon}}ned to also be a Plant Person. Noticeably though, while the later two Orchids are more plant than human, they can't control plants or flowers and their powers are primarily {{Glamour}} and pheromone manipulation.
* Atom and ''Comicbook/SwampThing'' villain Jason [[StevenUlyssesPerhero Wood]]roe, the Floronic Man.

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* Following the success of the Swamp Thing, ''ComicBook/SwampThing'', ''Comicbook/BlackOrchid'' was {{retcon}}ned to also be a Plant Person. Noticeably though, while the later two Orchids are more plant than human, they can't control plants or flowers and their powers are primarily {{Glamour}} and pheromone manipulation.
* Atom and ''Comicbook/SwampThing'' Swamp Thing villain Jason [[StevenUlyssesPerhero Wood]]roe, the Floronic Man.


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* In ''Webcomic/TheRedac'''s introduction, Matt is defeated by [[http://the-redac.webcomic.ws/comics/7/ two such beings]].
23rd Jan '18 4:10:06 AM Cryoclaste
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* In ''QuestForGlory'', the Dryads are humanoid spirits of the wood, though the one in [[QuestForGloryI So you want to be a hero?]] could actually leave the tree she inhabited, whereas the ones in [[QuestForGloryV Dragonfire]] seem part of their trees.

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* In ''QuestForGlory'', ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory'', the Dryads are humanoid spirits of the wood, though the one in [[QuestForGloryI [[VideoGame/QuestForGloryI So you want to be a hero?]] could actually leave the tree she inhabited, whereas the ones in [[QuestForGloryV [[VideoGame/QuestForGloryV Dragonfire]] seem part of their trees.
21st Jan '18 5:01:54 PM Pinokio
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* In ''Brave Brigade'', Nymph and Amaryllis are Dryad-like humanoids.

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* In ''Brave Brigade'', Nymph and Amaryllis are Dryad-like humanoids. Blood Rose would have been the next iteration.
15th Jan '18 11:47:44 AM Dutchtica
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* In ''QuestForGlory'', the Dryads are humanoid spirits of the wood, though the one in [[QuestForGloryI So you want to be a hero?]] could actually leave the tree she inhabited, whereas the ones in [[QuestForGloryV Dragonfire]] seem part of their trees.
30th Dec '17 7:52:40 AM Wyldchyld
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Jabe, from the Forest of Cheem, is a [[FetishFuel surprisingly sexy tree-lady]].

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Jabe, from the Forest of Cheem, is a [[FetishFuel surprisingly sexy tree-lady]].tree-lady.
4th Dec '17 5:49:34 PM JoshCarter85
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** It's only rarely mentioned, but Piccalo (and indeed, all Namekians) fit this Trope. (Seriously. Piccalo is a plant. It wasn't revealed until ''Anime/DragonballZ'' that Namekians gain most of their sustenance via photosynthesis, and only require water and sunlight to survive, although they are ''capable'' of eating actual food.)

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** It's only rarely mentioned, but Piccalo Piccolo (and indeed, all Namekians) fit this Trope. (Seriously. Piccalo Piccolo is a plant. It wasn't revealed until ''Anime/DragonballZ'' that Namekians gain most of their sustenance via photosynthesis, and only require water and sunlight to survive, although they are ''capable'' of eating actual food.)
30th Nov '17 8:38:50 AM Theriocephalus
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* ''Anime/GreenLegendRan.''
* The main character of ''Manga/VerdantLord''.
* ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'' has [[spoiler:Vash and Knives]] plus a few other nameless ones who mostly [[spoiler: are used to generate power. The nameless ones are humanoid in shape, but apparently are unable to communicate with normal humans]].
** The term "Plant" in this context is far more likely to be an allusion to the concept of a "Power Plant" than an actual, biological plant. When one considers what most plants are used for and their nigh-supernatural abilities, this makes far more sense.
* Cheza from ''Anime/WolfsRain''
* ''Webcomic/NowhereBoy'' has a plant person as one of the 12 Apostles.
* The Druids from ''Anime/OriginSpiritsOfThePast''.

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* %%* ''Anime/GreenLegendRan.''
* %%* The main character of ''Manga/VerdantLord''.
* ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'' has [[spoiler:Vash and Knives]] plus a few other nameless ones who mostly [[spoiler: are used to generate power. The nameless ones are humanoid in shape, but apparently are unable to communicate with normal humans]].
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humans]]. The term "Plant" in this context is far more likely to be an allusion to the concept of a "Power Plant" than an actual, biological plant. When one considers what most plants are used for and their nigh-supernatural abilities, this makes far more sense.
* %%* Cheza from ''Anime/WolfsRain''
* ''Webcomic/NowhereBoy'' has a plant person as one of the 12 Apostles.
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%%* The Druids from ''Anime/OriginSpiritsOfThePast''.



* ''DragonBall''

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* ''DragonBall'' ''Anime/DragonBall'' :



* Creator/MarvelComics' the Comicbook/ManThing.
* Creator/DCComics' the ''Comicbook/SwampThing'', and associated creature of [[MetaOrigin the Green]].

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* %%* Creator/DCComics' the ''Comicbook/SwampThing'', and associated creature of [[MetaOrigin the Green]].



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* The plant-based Jinn in ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}''.
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* Parodied in ''Literature/BoredOfTheRings'' with the Vee-Ates, an army of fruits and vegetables on the warpath. They are led by Birdseye, a parody of the Green Giant).

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* Parodied in ''Literature/BoredOfTheRings'' with the Vee-Ates, an army of fruits and vegetables on the warpath. They are led by Birdseye, a parody of the Green Giant).Giant.



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* Lyekka (and possibly Wist) from ''Series/{{Lexx}}''.
* Violet from ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'' episode ''Flower Child''.
* Ficus the "vegeton" first officer from ''Series/{{Quark}}''.

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* %%* Lyekka (and possibly Wist) from ''Series/{{Lexx}}''.
* %%* Violet from ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'' episode ''Flower Child''.
* %%* Ficus the "vegeton" first officer from ''Series/{{Quark}}''.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'' has Jabe, from the Forest of Cheem, is a [[FetishFuel surprisingly sexy tree-lady]].
* ''Series/GooseBumps'': see Literature above.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' has ''Series/DoctorWho'': Jabe, from the Forest of Cheem, is a [[FetishFuel surprisingly sexy tree-lady]].
* ''Series/GooseBumps'': see Literature above.%%* ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}'':












* Dryads appeared in Myth/ClassicalMythology, so this is OlderThanFeudalism.

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* Dryads appeared in Myth/ClassicalMythology, Myth/ClassicalMythology as the humanoid spirits of trees, so this is OlderThanFeudalism.



* [[CuteMonsterGirl Pearl Sprite]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendaryStarfy''.
* Spar in ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'', Peco in ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII''.

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* %%* [[CuteMonsterGirl Pearl Sprite]] in ''VideoGame/TheLegendaryStarfy''.
* %%* Spar in ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'', Peco in ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII''.



** ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and ''[[VideoGame/{{Fallout3}} 3]]'' have Harold, an NPC ghoul with a tree he calls Bob growing out of his head. In the latter game, the tree has completely absorbed him, and his organs are distributed throughout its root system.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' ''VideoGame/Fallout2'' and ''[[VideoGame/{{Fallout3}} ''[[VideoGame/Fallout3 3]]'' have Harold, an NPC ghoul with a tree he calls Bob growing out of his head. In the latter game, the tree has completely absorbed him, and his organs are distributed throughout its root system.



** One notable enemy in the second game, the Creeping Chrysanthemum, disguises itself as a pair of dandelions before rising up to attack the Pikmin.

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** One notable enemy in the second game, the Creeping Chrysanthemum, is a carnivorous plant with a likewise ambulatory and bipedal root system that disguises itself as a pair of dandelions before rising up to attack the Pikmin.



* The dryads, the treants, and the alura une/Venus weed monsters from the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series.

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* ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'': The dryads, the treants, and the alura une/Venus weed monsters from the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' series.monsters.



* The Alraune monsters in the ''Disgaea'' series.

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* %%* The Alraune monsters in the ''Disgaea'' series.



* Funguy, [=NeoFio=] and Turnip from ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''.

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* %%* Funguy, [=NeoFio=] and Turnip from ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''.



* Webcomic/KarateBears were around back when there were still [[http://www.karatebears.com/2012/08/tree-hugger.html Dryads]].

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* The Webcomic/KarateBears were around back when there were still [[http://www.karatebears.com/2012/08/tree-hugger.html Dryads]].



%%* ''Webcomic/NowhereBoy'' has a plant person as one of the Twelve Apostles.



* Poison Ivy in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' created artificial plant people to assist her schemes in several episodes (plus the episode in which she developed a way to punish her enemies by turning them into [inanimate] trees).
** Then the ''ComicBook/BatmanAdventures'' spin-off comic said that the pale-skinned Ivy in the revamp was another artificial plant person, and that the real Ivy was fully human and off doing her own thing somewhere else.

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* Poison Ivy in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' created artificial plant people to assist her schemes in several episodes (plus the episode in which she developed a way to punish her enemies by turning them into [inanimate] trees).
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trees). Then the ''ComicBook/BatmanAdventures'' spin-off comic said that the pale-skinned Ivy in the revamp was another artificial plant person, and that the real Ivy was fully human and off doing her own thing somewhere else.
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