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Fili and Kili were at the top of a tall larch like an enormous Christmas tree.

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The Larch tree is a softwood tree that grows rather abundantly in the Vales of Anduin, and most forested or mountainous biomes.

Spawning[edit | edit source]

Larch Trees can be found in Mountainous biomes or near large rivers. All of the biomes in which they can be found are listed below (note that in several of these, the larch can only be found in a 'Larch Forest' biome variant):

Andrast, Blackroot Vale, Celebrant, Coldfells, Eaves of Lothlórien, Eregion, Gladden Fields, Grey Mountains, Lamedon, Lothlórien, Misty Mountains, Mountains of the Wind, Northern Mirkwood, Púkel, Red Mountains, Vales of Anduin, White Mountains, Woodland Realm

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Larch trees can easily be distinguished from other similar trees by their lime colour leaves and their grey wood. Their shape and build is similar to that of a spruce tree, however they tend to grow much taller. They can also have many more 'levels' than their shorter counterparts.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Raw larch wood blocks can be harvested from larch trees, and crafted into planks. These larch wood planks can then be crafted into larch wood fences, slabs, and stairs. These items are crafted on a regular crafting table. Larch tree leaves may yield larch tree saplings when broken with a fist, and will yield leaf blocks and saplings if broken with shears.

Larch Plank, Fence, Gate, Slab, Log, Leaves, Stairs, and Beam

Trivia[edit | edit source]

In real life, larch trees are deciduous and lose their needles in the winter. They are one of the few conifers to do this.

Vanilla: AcaciaBirchDark OakJungleOakSpruce
Fruit Trees: AlmondAppleBananaCherryDateLemon
LimeMangoOliveOrangePearPlumPomegranate
Hardwoods: AspenBaobabBeechChestnutDragonbloodHollyKanuka
LebethronMallornMahoganyMangroveMapleMirk-oakWillow
Softwoods: CedarCypressFirLairelossëLarchPalmPineRedwoodShire PineWeirwood
Parts of Trees: Charred treesFallen LeavesRotten Log

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