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Hey ๐Ÿ˜Ž, of course there's not much to find, i currently googled for the english definition... The original german word is "WALDSCHRAT"... which i translated into Woodshraad -> because Wald = Woods/Forest,  Shraad = Shadow (old english/angl.) . A "SCHRAT" is a Goblin / Ghost / NatureSpirit, and it took place in some old german sagas and fairytales. According to Wikipedia the english name is "Bugbear" ..  ๐Ÿค” .. but that doesn't really fit to the original meaning (in my view).  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bugbear .  
The games story about the "woodshraad" is a creation of my own, so there wasn't any story about a lil boy that got rescued by a huge lovely monster tree ๐Ÿ˜†.
best  regards,
 Ravee