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Pre-Freedom Planet Edit
Not much is known about when the Treehouse was built, although it was presumably built by Lilac and Carol themselves sometime after they left the Red Scarves since they appear to be the only two who knew of it before Milla or Torque's arrival, also demonstrating a fair knowledge in carpentry. It appears to have two rooms: The Main Room, which has a TV, Telephone, etc., and the Bedroom, which has a bunk bed, a single bed, a dresser and a wardrobe.
Freedom Planet Edit
Movie Night Edit
After the events at the Ancient Temple, Lilac invites Milla to live with her and Carol in their Treehouse, seeing that she was alone in the woods. Along with Milla, Lilac lets Torque set up a tent outside so that he could try to fix his gadgets (and to also hide his true identity while doing so). While hanging out, Lilac said there would be plenty to do, especially now that Milla is around, but boredom soon struck (specifically Carol), so Lilac suggested they watch a movie and so they did. As they watched the movie, Carol, with a mouth full of chips, asked Lilac why Torque didn't want to out with them, she told her he had some work to do. Carol replied that he was scared of getting cooties, then the girls then shared a laugh and continued watching the movie until they went to bed.
Torque's True Identity Edit
Later that night, as Lilac sleeps, she dreams of what Spade said to her earlier that day, about her being an uncaring traitor. Suddenly, a freaked out Carol dashes into the bedroom and woke her up from a dead sleep, telling her that Torque was really an alien. Lilac, who was barely awake, thought Carol had a bad dream and tries to go back to sleep, but Carol insisted she gets up and sees Torque as an alien. Annoyed, Lilac slipped her shoes on and followed Carol to Torque's tent and see that she was right about him being an alien. His cover blown, Torque confesses his true identity about being a Spectrum Chaser and explains to the girls about his mission to prevent Lord Brevon from stealing the Kingdom Stone to power his Dreadnought, so he could continue his galactic conquest, leaving the Three Kingdoms of Avalice (Shang Tu, Shang Mu & Shuigang) on the brink of civil war. Torque swore to his dying captain that he'll do whatever it takes to keep the Kingdom Stone from falling into Brevon's hands, even if it means he has to destroy it. Learning of this, the girls immediately volunteer in helping Torque, who was uncomfortable with getting them involved in an intergalactic conflict. However, he accepts their help, swearing them into secrecy regarding their mission, to avoid the whole world thinking they're crazy.
To Adventure! Edit
The next morning, Lilac gets a phone call from General Gong, who asked for her help in recovering the Kingdom Stone from Mayor Zao, so she went to wake up Carol, who was still asleep, but was woken up by Milla, whose playful puppy bark scared her right off the bed. After preparing themselves, the girls then set off with Torque to save Avalice from Lord Brevon. Later on Zao's Airship, Lilac notices that Milla was missing her parents, whom she's been away from for a really long time. So she tries to comfort the young Hound by complimenting her survival skills, stating that she couldn't survive a day without her Treehouse, but to no avail. But then Lilac had an idea, that when the conflict with Brevon was over, she and Milla would have a girl's night out. Milla thought of it as a playdate, but she liked the idea.
Good-Bye, Torque Edit
The Treehouse wasn't seen again until the end of the game, where Torque was preparing to leave Avalice, and the girls and Gong were there to see him off. He thanks them for helping him defeat Brevon and his army, giving them his sincere gratitude on behalf of the Coalition of Planets, and the girls give him a group hug. After saying their goodbyes, Torque hops into his rocket, while the girls and Gong go up to the Treehouse's balcony. They look at Torque's rocket as it blasts off into sky, shining with a crystalline vortex, which was the new form of the Kingdom Stone.
- Through memory editing, one can explore the treehouse area (with the exception of the bedroom). The treehouse and other areas were originally meant to be 'hubs' that the player could walk around in between levels, but this was cut from the final game (but is planned for Freedom Planet 2).
- In the bedroom, there is a poster of a character named "Ninja Hurk", who looks identical to the Incredible Hulk from Marvel Comics.