The found the first statue at the edge of the Elves’ territory. It was a figure carved of living wood, ten meters high, extending a hand in friendship. The ranger spoke as they walked.
“Elvish artists spend their whole long lives making these. Being chosen as a Treeshaper is a high honor.” More statues lined the paths, from great beasts and noble heroes to geometric patterns that fooled and delighted the eye.
They stopped short when they came to the grove of giant toilets.
“The arts community went through a, um, protest movement five hundred years ago,” the ranger explained.

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