Mahva - Mahva defends itself with a sphere of water that only allows friendly fire to pass through. This makes it an ideal front-line soldier for the Forces of Nature. But don’t give up: persistent attacks will eventually break through Mahva’s shield.
Boom Stomper - A gigantic mass of rock inscribed with runes and given the gift of life. With its tremendous weight, walking is a struggle. Yet Boom Stomper uses this bulk to its advantage by toppling onto its foes as a heavy attack.
Jitterthug - Depending on which way its mask is facing, Jitterthug looks like either an old man or a furious monster. Each of these “personas” has its own traits: the old man is unaffected by ranged shots, while the angry monster is immune to melee strikes.
Lethinium - The big guns in the Forces of Nature. Lethiniums often grow near bases or areas requiring defense and shoot a powerful laser beam. Not the best flower to use when saying “I’m sorry.”
Toxiecap - While a deadly fungus like the Underworld Army’s Shulm, Toxiecap is actually an engineered bioweapon, not, ironically, a natural organism. Its many eyes provide surveillance as the poison shots it fires deal out plenty of damage.
Hugworm - These worms use their beaks to burrow through the ground and suddenly appear. They coil around their prey until it loses consciousness and then gobble it up with delight. Hugworms fear being cooked, so your best strategy is fire and lots of it.
Urgle - A mobile tree creature, Urgle likes to charge toward enemies at full speed and flip them over like a tea table. While this method of attack may look easy, that’s only because Urgle toils day and night to perfect its flipping technique.
Pip - Pips are single-celled organisms with the ability to divide whenever they’re dealt a strong blow, instantly increasing their numbers. They don’t exhibit much capacity for thought beyond a simple desire for easy livin’.
Pew Pew - This arboreal cannon is equipped with evolved roots that allow it to walk around. From time to time, its lid pops open, revealing an eye-shaped mark it uses to intimidate enemies. The origin of its cannonballs is still a mystery to botanists.