Corpse of an Ent Ancient: The hollowed out trunk of an Elder Ent Ancient, destroyed by a Archmage of the Southern Golgari Guild in the mountains of Trasdon. It was used to fuel their necrotic quest for dominance across the swamps of the Greenland.
Stat Bonus: +60 HP, +20 MP, +23 DEF, +6 VIT, +2 WIS, -4 SPD, -4 DEX
Fame Bonus: 4%
Ent Ancient at a rate of 0.0017 (0.17% or 1/600)
Recently, this item got a buff, which is strange due to the fact that this item is the only viable item in the entire set. The penalties were lowered from -6 in SPD and DEX to -4 in each, making this nearly a direct upgrade to Candy-Coated Armor, especially considering the only nerf in place to justify the loss of these bonuses is the loss of a measly 10 HP from +70 to +60.
Although it boasts less defense than the T15 armor, it gives a lot of nice defensive bonuses that could help out a Warrior pretty well, considering the class' serious lack of self support. The Warrior can afford to drop off a bit of dexterity to give itself some defensive boosts. It can also be rather useful on a Paladin, although probably less so due to the Paladin owning less offensive potential than the Warrior.
Ironically, it's probably the worst on the Knight for the same reasons Candy-Coated Armor and Captain America Armor are. Since the Corpse of an Ent Ancient is clearly a defensive piece of equipment, it's excessive to bolster the Knight's already godly defense, which ranks higher than any other class in the game already. This is furthered even more by the fact that the Defense stat in Nilly's Realm is much, much less effective than the likes of Production Servers, as instead of reducing up to 85% of a given shot's damage it instead reduces up to 75%.
This item is part of a set: The Ent Man