A Plant Elemental that Greensworth believes he's made.

Guinevere chooses not say or do much. She watches and listens. Only when she feels the need to do more will she go into action. A voice may carry through the air, or thoughtless people may be carried away to never be seen again.

It's very odd -- here's some things that Guinevere finds to be nostalgic, though maybe that's not the right term. The particular feeling isn't paired with much fondness.

Guinevere has always taken the shape of a starved unicorn. Her "shell" that functions as her body is made of wooden vines, while the mane that covers her entire neck and tail are composed of leafy vegetation. She has two branched horns growing from her head. There are holes where there should be eyes, with green dots showing through them.

Illusionary Forest Reminiscence Two Planets Approach the Roche Limit Tree of Life: Trunk