Insectoids and Deadly Vegetation
One must look at nature and even its smallest of living beings, to understand that life itself is merely about perspective. Plants may not sing or have civilization, but they still live and breathe and can feel pain. At least, that is what we used to think. It is obvious that the bugs we stomp at beneath our hooves or claw at with our talons are little brothers to the larger bugs that would love to sink their venom deep into our veins. Nature has never felt so threatened as it has now, in an era of industrialization and colonization. With each new settlement, nature creates a new defense mechanism. Beware, for hell is empty and the devils are all up here with us.
Throttle Vines are dangerous, of course. As if their name alone did not warrant that assumption. They are partially sentient, magically influenced and enhanced vegetation that strangles victims an