Treetop Fort

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Treetop Fort
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Information
Where Forest
Opened May 16, 2008
May 8, 2009
May 7, 2010
May 19, 2011
May 16, 2012
Closed May 25, 2008
May 17, 2009
May 16, 2010
May 31, 2011
May 30, 2012
Mini-Games None
ID 851
Tour Description
(2010)
“Welcome to the Treetop Fort! This Fort was added just for the Party. Some puffles have already found their way up.”
(Current)
“Welcome travelers to Ye Olde Treetop Fort! Some puffles have already found their way up. Let's follow them!”
For the Tree House with a similiar name at the Adventure Party 2009, click here.

The Treetop Fort (also known as the Treehouse, or Tree-Fort) is a Party Room first introduced on May 16, 2008 during the Medieval Party 2008 and returned again at the start of every Medieval Party after that.

To access this room, you had to go to the Forest, then attempt to climb up the stairs on the tree to the left. You would then be in this room (clicking on the thumbnail picture on the right gives a better view of what it looks like). The left side was a tree house with a Cream Soda barrel, a window with orange curtains and a hay roof, and the right side was a round wooden platform for penguins to stand on. There was a tree poking out of the round wooden platform, with a hole in it. When you clicked the hole, a random-colored puffle would peep out and make a face at you. If you threw a snowball at the red and white striped target, it would wobble a bit. There were two exits. They were marked by a sign with a blue background and a white arrow. One exit was located at the very left of the tree house section, and the other was on the tree with the peeking puffles, a rope ladder facing downwards.

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