The Tree of Knowledge, also known as The Heart of the Library, is an extremely powerful tree that came from the Garden of Eden.
Magical wood: Its branches can be cut and used to craft powerful magical artifacts, such as Shakespeare's Quil or Prospero's Staff.
Limitless energy: The Tree has been used as the power source for the Library ever since its creation.
Fire Magic: Despite its immortality, the tree can be damaged or destroyed by powerful fire magic.
- It is the same tree whose fruit was eaten by Adam and Eve, according to the Bible.
- If the Tree is hurt or dies, the Library will suffer the same fate.
- Despite its age and importance, the Tree is very small and young-like, as knowledge itself is always evolving, and never complete.
- The pathways of the Large Collections Annex are a stylized representation of the Tree, the same motif seen on Yahuda's shield in the picture owned by Simone Renoir.