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After lengthy deliberation (though from the perspective of the Ents, this is very quick action), they come to the conclusion (in the book) to destroy Isengard, and head toward it.They are led by Treebeard, the oldest ent, and accompanied by the hobbits Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took.
There used to be entwives (literally "ent-women"), but they started to move farther away from the Ents because they liked to plant and control things, so they moved away to the region that would later become the Brown Lands across the Great River Anduin.According to Treebeard there are no entings upon Middle-earth at the time of the Third Age, and there have not been any for quite some time.And there will never be any more entings afterwards either, "as there are no Entwives".What exactly happened to the Entwives was something Tolkien wanted to keep a mystery, even to himself, but in one of his letters he said, "I think that in fact the Entwives have disappeared for good, being destroyed with their gardens in the War of the Last Alliance." Evidence of the origin of the Ents can be found in the Valaquenta, in an exchange between Yavanna (a queen of the Valar, "...lover of all things that grow in the earth.") and Manwë ("..first of all Kings: lord of the realm of Arda."), after Yavanna's spouse Aulë secretly endeavors to create the Dwarves.Aulë reminds her that the children of Ilúvatar (elves, men and now Dwarves) will exploit her creations for their own benefit, "though not without respect and gratitude." The defenselessness of her realm moves Yavanna to plead with Manwë: "My heart is anxious, thinking of the days to come. Shall nothing that I have devised be free from the dominion of others?After that, they moved many of their trees there and the place became known as the Watchwood.
Ents are not hasty creatures; they take their time, and even their language is "unhasty".
Treebeard's statement is also supported by remarks Elrond the half-elf made at the Council of Elrond.
Elrond said that "Time was once when a squirrel could carry a nut from tree to tree from Rivendell to the Great Sea...", further indicating that all of Eriador was once a single vast primeval forest, of which Fangorn Forest was just "the eastern end of it" according to Treebeard.
” Manwë responds by asking, of all she holds dear, what she would have preserved against exploitation, and she answers: "..Kelvar can flee or defend themselves, whereas the olvar that grow cannot. Would that the trees might speak on behalf of all things that have roots, and punish those that wrong them!
” Manwë, while deliberating, is overcome by a vision of the music of the Ainur, and grants her request: "Behold!
When the Children awake, then the thought of Yavanna will awake also, and it will summon spirits from afar, and they will go among the kelvar and the olvar, and some will dwell therein, and be held in reverence, and their just anger shall be feared." Yavanna returns to her spouse Aulë and reports: "Eru is bountiful. For there shall walk a power in the forests whose wrath they will arouse at their peril." He responds ominously: "Nonetheless they will have need of wood." In The Two Towers, the second volume of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, the ents — usually very patient, deliberate beings — do become angry at Saruman, whose armies are cutting down (in their eyes, killing) large numbers of their trees.