Character Sheet for Arborem Magiam Crustulum
The cookie tree (arborem magiam crustulum) is a complex plant and has a variety of fascinating parts.
The stem is made of several smaller veins which act like pipelines to distribute the cookie dough and miscellaneous ingredients to other parts of the plant.
About a meter away from the bottom begins the first cookie layer. It is made of smaller, curvy twigs and branches that sole purpose is to hold cookies and wait for them to mature.
As you could imagine this layer is extremely fragile and needs to be protected. Such every layer is accompanied by its own protective layer of leaves above it. The protective layer is made of large, broad, thick leaves with a waxy, water repelling surface which can withstand the strongest hailstorms. Their undersides, however, consist of round, lense like glassy patches.
Legend says on full moons these patches start emitting an orangish-red glow to provide the cookies with an extra crisp texture.
Now you are probably wondering where it would get the ingredients from. This is one of the most fascinating parts of the cookie tree.
During its growth the plant creates several small portals to the Cookieverse™ in the big roots right under the trunk. The cookie dough and chocolate, which slowly dribbles out of said portals, gets transported to a hollow chamber right below the trunk. From there the dough and chocolate gets transferred to the cookie layers and made into cookies.
Due to the sheer randomness of Cookieverse™ portals, you cannot influence what kind of cookies may appear in any way.