Plentplaque split from its ancestor the microplaque. It is in many ways similar to it, still living in the mouths of creatures feeding on their left over food matter. It could only be found on the wooden teeth of the mobile plents and their descendants and can grow in large colonies covering the surface of the teeth in a clear biofilm. When it gets out of control it can cause tooth decay feeding on the wooden matter of the tooth itself. It is transferred by sexual relations between plents as well as they reproduce through their mouths and therefore is widely spread.