a little help please?

Firstly Hello everyone! i do hope you're all doing well,


Hey there!

A new fawn in the forest, their name is Rain.

It seems they were born as a frog, 'cause the first thing they did after logging in was to become a frog without any other deer's help.


It's pleasant to be back. I used to play TEF under another name and other deers, but for personal reasons I won't return to them ever again. At least I suppose so.

Those who spent time with me probably will recognise me later. In this case, I just ask them not to name me with my previous name.


Im just a fawn now, but I found this game a long time ago in my pre-teens, with neurodiverse disabilities i could not for the life of me understand much about the game at the time but im gonna be 23 in a few more months and definitely improved since then- happened to remember the game and boy was I stoked to see that its still around.

I adore the surreal human faced deer, been drawing them nonstop but I wont be able to post anything until my mother has recovered from her surgery so im just enjoying the forum from my tablet! Lesst anyone knows how to upload pictures in this website from mobile anyways!

coming back after a decade

i found this game as a kid so soo long ago. literally like 10 years ago give or take. and the joy i get finding out it still has a community and even plans for the future...
i downloaded on a whim way after i shoulda gone to bed and hopped around for a bit with someone and it was just as pleasant and relaxing as i remember. hoping to immerse myself at *least* a little bit<3 getting to know my deer and how he will develop as time passes and all that. developing myself as a person too by making my first ever post to a forum in the year 2023 cuz its never too late for anything

Dotd mask \(n.n)/

Hello Laughing out loud

Would some good soul be willing to cast the DotD mask on my deer?

I'm in the poppy meadow near the old ruins (^u^) White pelt, plume and owl mask (that’s me)


Hello, hello!

I just found out about this game today. what a fun concept! i've only played a couple minutes so far but i've had a lot of fun exploring Smiling

i've seen a few deer around! some were fawns like me, but others were all grown up with the craziest styles. i came here right after seeing them to find out how i can look as cool as them Laughing out loud

turns out i just need to give it some time haha who'd of thought haha

anyways, all the deer i've seen so far have been pretty sleepy. they didn't even wake up when i said hello or jumped around! who knew deer were such deep sleepers haha

i'm gonna keep running around for a while Smiling

see ya in the forest!

To save forests, cut some trees down, scientists say

Forests are feeling the heat. In places like the American West, rising temperatures and drought mean less water for trees, sometimes shriveling swaths of woodland. Now, scientists have found that thinning early in forest growth creates tougher trees that can endure climate change. What's more, these thinned forests can suck carbon out of the air just as fast as dense forests.

"When it comes to carbon sequestration and climate change adaptation, we can have our cake and eat it too," says Andrew Larson, forest ecologist at the University of Montana in Missoula and author of the new study. "It's a win-win."

As trees grow, they convert carbon dioxide to food and store it in their leaves, trunks, and roots. U.S. forests capture between 10% to 20% of U.S. emissions each year. But if trees get too crowded, they compete for light and water—and stressed trees are more susceptible to drought and insect attacks. Removing some trees can ease the competition, letting the remaining trees grow big and healthy. But scientists worry that removing trees can reduce forest carbon storage. These worries, however, are based mostly on models and short-term studies.

To see if the climate trade-off truly exists, scientists tapped into a long-term experiment in northwestern Montana. In 1961, U.S. Forest Service officials started the experiment in a young forest of western larch—a conifer common in the Inland Northwest. The forest was broken up into plots. In some plots, the 8-year-old trees were thinned from tens of thousands per hectare down to 494 per hectare (2.5 acres). These trees grew thick trunks and broad canopies. Other plots were left alone, and the teeming trees grew tall and skinny as they competed for sunlight. The original study was rooted in an interest in growing timber rapidly. But the scientists at the University of Montana sprouted a new question: How did tree density affect carbon storage?


. The Rut 2023 . (Finished + a Poll!)

Please consider taking this brief survey regarding a proposed change to the Rut event!

The Rut

This event starts on the 16th of September and ends on the night of the 1st of October

Welcome to the Fourteenth Year of the annual Rutting Event!

In reality The Rut is a time where does gather and stags attempt to round them up for breeding. In their quest for romance, the stags battle one another to win the attention of the does, who only want the best of the best. It is an impressive spectacle for nature enthusiasts all over to observe.

In The Endless Forest where the rules of nature do not apply, The Rut is an organized contest and an annual tradition; a competitive game in which characters of all types and backgrounds gather simply for the thrill and entertainment of reenacting its concept. It is a perfect opportunity for characters to gain development, prove themselves to one another, expand their social circle, and enjoy themselves.



  • As a whole: The event is about participants engaging in activities such as sparring with or fighting one another, gathering in groups, passing judgement, and most importantly: socializing.

  • Respect & Responsibility: Actions associated with the event only apply to its members, and any poor treatment towards anyone not participating (uninvolved/nameless/newbies) will lead to disqualification.

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