"The creature resembled a gigantic tree, a branching, ancient oak; perhaps it was an oak. But if so, it was a very unusual oak. Instead of standing somewhere in a clearing among fallen leaves and acorns, instead of letting squirrels scamper over it and linnets shit on it, this oak was marching briskly through the forest, stamping its sturdy roots steadily and waving its boughs. The stout trunk — or torso — of the monster had a diameter of more or less four yards, and the hollow gaping in it was probably not a hollow, but its maw, for it was snapping with a sound like the slamming of a heavy door."
- - pg. 261, The Tower of the Swallow (UK edition)
Dębostwór also appears in first pen-and-paper roleplaying game for the world of Witcher.
- It may be a possible reference to the original J.R.R. Tolkien's Ent or Huorn.