Pieshu (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Pie-shoe
Female: Doe| Male: Boe | Baby: Snoo

Pieshu are one of the few creatures to be found around Whistler Crest that are the same in the wilderness as they are in homes. There was no necessity to domesticate them as they are naturally docile and timid creatures. They prefer to laze about, cuddle and sing. They make for excellent companions because of these reasons.

Varieties with their Appearance
Pieshu come in a variety of colours and styles. Their basic body shape remains the same, but their pelt and plates determine their rarity according to collectors. One thing they all have in common is the fact that their noses, brows and armoured plates always match when it comes to colours and patterns. This is universal across all Pieshu varieties.

Pieshu are not commonly bred in captivity. It is much more common to see young Pieshu in the wilderness. Breeding pairs mate for life, with a single pair producing one to two offspring every other year. The infants are born blind and deaf, needing constant care until they are approximately 3 months old. By this age they're able to wander around and search for food, although Pieshu live in family groups called 'Puffs', so offspring almost always remain with their parents, creating massive family groups.

Pieshu are primarily herbivores. They can ingest meats and grains, but they prefer fruits and vegetables. Sometimes a Puff of Pieshu wander into gardens, lazing around and eating the crops. They can be a bit troublesome, but since they're not particularly energetic, they often are easily picked up and moved back into the woods.

Abilities and Skills
Pieshu have small glands on the sides of their neck that produce smoke. The smoke is unique to the Pieshu and can come in a variety of colours and patterns. Some Pieshu even produce a pleasant smell when emitting the smoke. They can also use the smoke as a distraction when fleeing from perceived predators. Pieshu are also known to sing, and they sound similar to birds, often being mistaken for them. A Puff of Pieshu can create choirs, singing happily around midday, their voices drifting far and wide. Pieshu are able to roll themselves into a defensive ball, using their plates as armour to protect themselves.


Suiryn (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Swee-rin
Female & Male: Suiryn | Infant: Suipole

Most Suiryn are dull browns, to blend into their natural habitat. The most common markings to see on them are either spots or stripes, most often a darker or lighter color than their main body color. The brighter the colors of its skin are, the more rare a Suiryn is considered. Some Suiryn even have the natural mutation of their pupils being horizontal instead of vertical, making these the most sought after and can fetch a high price if sold. Their back lure and eyes can glow, and in some rare cases they can glow two colors at once.

Suiryns are naturally skittish in nature, and prefer to be left alone. Their first reaction when seeing anything larger than them approaching is to run and hide, being much more passive than aggressive. They can be found in any body of water, from ponds to lakes. Their size depends on what body of water they grew up in, for example if they grew up in a creek they will be very small, and ones who grew up in a lake could grow to the size of a baby Draken, in some cases! Once domesticated, if you can catch or lure one out of hiding, they take quickly to their owners, happy to rub up against their legs and sit on your chest when you sleep. They make a low sound when they are happy, something between a croak and a purr. If you do adopt one, just make sure you have a pool or some water nearby, as Suiryns can get very sick if their skin dries out! Suiryn are hermaphrodites, meaning they have both male and female genitalia. Their owners usually choose pronouns to refer to them on their own, or just refer to their pets as "they" more accurately. Suiryn also have a webbed maw and paws!

Any one Suiryn can mate with another, since they all have the genitals and organs to complete such a task. They have a set mating season, and don’t usually stay with whatever other Suiryn they chose to mate with. Suiryn are monotremes, meaning they lay eggs but are still considered mammals. Most of the time Suiryns will lay their eggs in the closest body of water they can find and leave, only a rare few actually choosing to stay with their young to raise them when they hatch. Newly hatched Suiryns are called “Suipoles”.

Suiryns are carnivores, and are fairly picky. They eat anything available to them in the wild from fish to insects, but once introduced to captivity they will only settle for the freshest and most expensive seafood that can be found or bought. They can be a bit of a pest if you want to have a pond in your yard, as any hungry Suiryn around will not pass up the opportunity to steal your precious fish. Even domestic Suiryns tend to be a little too interested in household fish that are kept as pets...

Abilities and Skills
Suiryns use the light on their back to lure in fish and other prey, then use their quick reflexes to turn and grab their prey in their sharp teeth. Their eyes are also able to glow, for being able to see in dark waters. They have small, sharp claws, that aren't of much use besides inflicting some small scratches and digging in soft sand or mud, so their teeth are their main source of attack. They are still very passive creatures though, known to avoid attacking as much as they can unless it is truly a life or death situation. The pouches on the sides of a Suiryn’s face are called its vocal sacs, both used to make its soft purr-croak noise, and used to puff up when feeling threatened to look bigger. The spike looking things down their spine are used as both feelers and another method of intimidation, the spines sticking straight up when threatened and laying flatter when content.


Gemipo (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Jem-ee-poe
Female: Hen | Male: Cod | Baby: Chick

These birds are very friendly and social animals. They seem to almost prefer to be in captivity, always seeking to be around others. Even when in the wild they will always be seen in a flock of other Gemipo, or at the very least with one partner at their side. They are extremely intelligent and bond quickly with new owners. They naturally grow gems on their body, and it is said if the bond between a Gemipo and their owner is strong enough, the owner might sprout some similar gems of their own!

Varieties with their Appearance
Gemipo come in all sorts of colors and markings. These markings will always be a lighter or darker shade of their main body. Another color trait that is shared among all Gemipo are the dark markings on their wings, chest, and the tip of their beak. These markings will always be dark, a stark contrast to their usual bright coloration.

Their rarity depends on how many gems are on their body, and what colors they are. Having large, differently colored gems is most sought after!

Gemipo are very fickle when it comes to food. Their tastes can change depending on one's personality, but it is normal for them to be picky. Most will outright refuse any food they decide they do not want, being stubborn until they are finally served what they do want.

All Gemipo enjoy a tasty snack of gems, the more shiny the better. The more gems they eat, the tougher and subsequently more valuable the gems on their body will grow. While gems are the preferred meal, rocks, minerals, and on the very rare chance, berries and seeds, can also be offered to attempt to appease the limited diet of your Gemipo.

Gemipo have a set breeding season, only breeding in the colder winter seasons. They have a mate for life, and only have one or two eggs on average. If a Gemipo's life mate were to pass away, they would never look for another, and if the remaining bird were the mother, she would never be able to lay eggs again.

Abilities and Skills
Gemipo are incredibly loyal to whoever they bond with, and will not leave their side for any reason.

They are also capable of speaking, and will know bits and pieces of spoken language even before being brought into a home. Since they enjoy being around other creatures, they pick up many noises to mimic, including those of creatures intelligent enough to speak.


Pikoo (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Pee-Coo
Female & Male: Pikoo | Baby: Peeking

Pikoo are highly domesticated, tapir-like creatures once originally native to a tropical continent far, far from Whistler Crest. They've long since been almost entirely made extinct in the wild, but are thriving and are incredibly popular as pets. It is likely that, if not for their domestication, they'd have certainly gone extinct due to their poor survival skills and lack of adaptable diet. It's unknown how they behave in the wild, as most of their population exists in captivity, but their domesticated behavior has been very well documented and much has been discovered about their sociology as they are very easy to observe due to their intense desire to be social. Pikoo are incredibly friendly, loving creatures that are endlessly loyal to only a single owner in their entire life. If their owner dies or leaves them, they will loose all will, refusing food and water, and will quickly wither away. They are good companions to people with sedentary lives and very rigid schedules, but will prove burdensome to those who are social with irregular schedules, and spent long bouts of time away from home or are busy when they are home.

Behavior and Attachment
Pikoo, clingy creatures by nature, have incredible trouble being housed with other Pikoo and other animals in general. They will more often than not see the other Pikoo (or pet) as a competitor for the owner's affection and, while they are not well-armed creatures, may attack the other Pikoo or pet in order to both assert its dominance as the owner's "favorite" pet and to re-assure itself that the other pet is not a threat to it in the competition for the owner's love. 

Housing more than one Pikoo in the same household is a very dangerous game to play, but can be achievable in certain circumstances. If the Pikoo are imprinted onto different owners than they can usually cohabitate with little squabble, as there is no "competition" between them for affection and a Pikoo will never imprint on more than one owner in its lifetime. However, if both Pikoo are imprinted onto one owner, the result is a long and taxing process. No more than two Pikoo should ever be owned by a single owner, and even then it is highly discouraged as constant fights for dominance are sure to break out on the daily. If two Pikoo are owned by one person, they must both be of the same rarity, Pikoo rank themselves socially based on their perceived rarities, and if a Pikoo of a higher rarity were to be introduced into a household where the owner already owned a Pikoo of a lower rarity, the lower rarity Pikoo would begin to degenerate and worsen in health due to perceiving the higher rarity Pikoo as both better and more desirable, outranking itself. Because the highly domesticated Pikoo thrives off of its ability to be desired as a companion, this will cause it to feel rejected and replaced, and no amount of attention, love, or medicine on the owner's part will be able to save it as it will slowly loose its will to continue, its one sole purpose in life undermined, and eventually will refuse food until it withers away

Varieties and Appearance
They are fat, short creatures with thick, blunt nails that they traditionally used to dig burrows, but are now used to dig up gardens, beds, and carpets. They have a long, somewhat prehensile trunk that they use to sniff out treats, and always have three unicorn-like horns on their head. The hair on most Pikoo is resilient and doesn't take to styling, only the rarest having hair that is suitable to being played with and styled properly. 

Rarer Pikoo are more colorful and uniquely patterned, whereas common Pikoo tend to be duller and plainer. In general all Pikoo tend to have lighter, pastel colored palettes, though through domestication very vibrant colors have been introduced into the mix.

Breeding Pikoo can be a very difficult undertaking, as their loyalty to their owners makes them reluctant to seek out mates. Pikoo form monogamous, lifelong bonds with their partners and if one were to die, the other would never seek out a new mate. Due to their extended captivity, they have peculiarly developed a habit of sometimes selecting a mate not of their species, in other words, attempting to become mates with something other than another Pikoo. They may become mates with other pets, inanimate objects about their size, or even their imprinted owner. They constantly seek to be close to their mate, and perform dances for their chosen mates or a potential mate they are attempting to impress. This dance is very common, even expected much of the time, to have practiced for an owner by their Pikoo, and due to it being so commonplace it is not frequently known that the true intention of the dance is to entertain a mate and is just seen as cute, quirky pet behavior. 
Pikoo have one baby at a time, and will raise it for several months before it can be separated from the parents and adopted out. Baby Pikoo are born hornless, and their three horns grow in soon after they open their eyes in the first week of life.

Pikoo are herbivores, eating primarily leafy greens and appreciating the delicious treat of fruits or vegetables to compliment their diet and produce them variety to an otherwise bland diet. Their stomachs cannot process meat or bugs of any kind, and even if they are eager to accept any food offerings from their bonded owner, they should not be given anything but foliage.

Abilities and Skills
Pikoo, naturally non-confrontational prey animals, don’t possess many dangerous features that a prospective owner would need to worry about. They do, however, possess large blunted claws on their feet once used for digging and foraging for roots and tubers in the wild, but now serve the exclusive purpose of tearing up beds, carpets, and tediously manicured gardens. 
Besides their digging claws, they also possess an amazing vocalization ability. Normally they are very quiet creatures, emitting small trumpet-like cheers when happy called trums. (verb: trumming, past: trummed) however, when distressed or lonely, they can emit a wail so loud it can be heard for several miles as they cry out for their missing companion.

Heart Betta

Heart Betta (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Hart Bet-tah
Female: Kisses| Male: Hugs | Baby: Squishes

Heart Bettas are a peculiar type of fish seen swimming through the nearby lake and river ways around the month of February. They appear as suddenly as they vanish, seemingly migrating through, even thought many of the Whistler Crest bodies of water are landlocked. Because of their timely arrival, these fish have been heavily associated with Heartsgiving, and a tradition has arisen which sees these fish being given as gifts to cherished loved ones. Because of this, these fish are often found kept as pets.

A Social Fish
Heart Bettas are social fish and are safe to keep together in the same tank. They are not known to have any aggressive tendencies. In fact, it is believed that Heart Bettas enjoy and even crave the company of other Heart Bettas. Some even propose the idea they enjoy the company of any other creatures. They thrive in environments where they have others to interact with.

Varieties and Appearances
Heart Bettas are known to be very colourful fish. Their bodies always comprise of at least two gradient colours, with no more than four combined colours having been documented. On top of these iridescent scales, Heart Bettas may have simple designs and patterns, with things such as splotches, spots and stripes. These markings are commonly white and black, although they may consist of other colours, but these colours are always solid.

They are known to have a wide variety of eye colours with both eyes always matching.

A distinct feature of the Heart Bettas is the characteristic heart-shaped split in their dorsal fins and the heart-shaped tips of their long whiskers. These features are what has given the Heart Bettas their name. Their entire bodies have large frills which make them look very beautiful when swimming about.

Keeping and Caring For Your Fish
Heart Bettas should be kept in clean and well maintained bowls and tanks. As they are freshwater fish, consideration should be given to their needs, and you can acquire the necessary bowls and tanks in town. These fish are very easy to keep as they feed on standard fish food, which can be purchased from the local pet shop. They are especially fond of ground up fruit...particularly Heart's Desire!

Oceanic Form
Every January, Heart Betta migrate from the rivers of the Isle of Xaaida across the ocean to the mainland of Kladeon in order to seek out a place to spawn. The fish arrive by the time of Heartsgiving to breed. At the end of Heartsgiving, they seemingly disappear as they make their journey back to Xaaida to return just in time for the first thaw in the Spring. Before migration, the fish eat plenty of food and absorb mana to change form. The bettas take on a bigger, more dangerous form, growing a uniquely shaped horn and longer whiskers, along with the large heart shaped marking on their forehead and arrow-like lines that run down their sides. All wild bettas have these features during their migration, though they retain their original colors and other patterns, along with growing to about twice their size. The Bettas become more aggressive in order to survive as they migrate across the ocean. As they reach the rivers of Xaaida, Islanders catch glimpses of the fishes' more monstrous forms as they return to the lakes they spend the rest of the year living as their usual, small forms. The cycle repeats in January again, when the fish take their oceanic forms once more to migrate back across the ocean.

Those who live on the mainland of Kladeon have never seen the bettas' oceanic forms... The Heart Bettas seemingly appear from nowhere and vanish into thin air when Heartsgiving ends.

When in captivity, Heart Bettas no longer transform into their ocean forms. It's unknown why this happens.



Pufkin (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Puff-kin
Singular: Pufkin | Plural: Pufkins

Pufkins are small mammalian creatures known to inhabit forest floors. They are not very large, not very fast, but extremely resilient. They have bodies which can withstand incredible amounts of pressure and are known to thrive in any temperature or weather conditions. They have small, round bodies, and have been described as being very "plush". They live in small groups called snuggles, which usually consist of whole extended families. Large communities of Pufkins are referred to as cuddle parties. The largest documented community of Pufkins was clocked in at over 100 individuals. They are social creatures and prefer to be around others. They're known for being extremely affectionate, even in the wild, and appear to have no fear of larger creatures. They have often been called courageous as they will not back down, regardless of the aggression shown to them. They are known to make excellent pets and are extremely loyal when cared for with love and affection.

Pufkins are not very large, rounded and feature prominent and distinct plant-like antenna on their heads. These antenna mimic various types of leaves in order to help the pufkin blend into its surroundings. They can shed and lose their antenna painlessly and will grow them back at an extremely fast rate. Pufkin are rarely seen without their antenna.

Body Types
Pufkins come in one of four known varieties. The most common being referred to as smooth coats (or standards), soft coats, woolly coats and scaly coats. Smooth and soft are commonly seen being kept as pets as they acclimate well to the indoors. Woolly prefer being outside and require a lot of time in the sun. Scaly enjoy swimming and tend to be found near water.

In the winter of 2019 it was discovered and documented that Pufkin appear to change yearly depending on the impact of their environment. 

Pufkin discovered in 2018 appear as described above, but Pufkin discovered in 2019 appear with spines and horns. It is believed that their connection to the world of the Spirits has impacted their appearance negatively due to the turmoil of 2019.

Future changes in Pufkins will be documented.

Colours and Markings
Pufkins from the Whistler Crest area are found predominantly in soft pastel pinks and greens. They normally have either markingless pelts, or feature simple spots and stripes, occasionally with larger markings like their entire underbelly.
Scales on the bodies must match their leaves. Their paw pads may be any colour/hue/tint found on their palette. So a darker pink can be used thanks to the soft pink palette.

2019 Pufkins must have dark grey spines and horns, with no visible plants, but their bodies can be the same colour/pattern as their 2018 predecessors.

Breeding and Life Cycle
Pufkins have extremely long lifespans, despite growing very fast through their first two stages of life. Eggs are laid in clutches of 2-5 and are referred to as "seeds". The infant Pufkins are referred to as "buds," and during this stage the baby Pufkin will start to sprout their trademark fauna-like antenna or quills. Adult Pufkins are referred to as "blooms". Pufkins are known to breed for life, so once a mating pair is established, they remain together and produce families. Shown to the side, you can see an example of a Pufkin seed, bud and bloom!

Pufkins are herbivores, meaning they feed entirely on plants, which is why they are known to make their habitats in heavily wooded and green areas. During the winter they feed on tree bark and roots, as well as feasting on any plant-life they can find, including moss. They do not require a large sum of food as they are not very active creatures and they tend to conserve energy by sleeping...a lot.

Skills and Abilities
As stated above, pufkins are extremely resilient and capable of living in the harshest environments, meaning they are found all over the globe. They are known to be able to withstand extreme levels of pressure making it possible for them to squeeze their bodies under heavy objects. They have loud and high pitched squeaks and chirps which can be heard for miles despite their diminutive size. Pufkins make for excellent pets, but can be hard to come by!

The 2019 Variant
Pufkins found in 2019 appear to have been drastically changed by the turmoil of the Spirit realm. Rather than having their traditional foliage antenna, they now have a thick bed of quills lining their backs and tails, as well as a pair of small horns above their eyes. They appear to be slightly...feistier than their 2018 counterparts. Handle with care!



Battle (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Ba-tol
Female: Female | Male: Male | Baby: Pup

Battle are curious little in theyre not bugs at all! Despite their similarities to one at first glance, these little mammals only have the chitinous shell that some insects have, and look rather similar to bats!

Males and females are sexually dimorphic, but only in the sense of the males having webbed hooks on their limbs. Otherwise, they are identical color wise.

The origin of Battle is shrouded in mystery, as they are found everywhere. They've been brought to lands far and wide, carried in the pockets of children. Battle, being extremely popular as pets, are beloved by children. They are easy to catch, and many get quickly attached to their charming little friends.

Battle are very common to keep as pets in densely populated cities, due to needing very little maintenance, and sparingly eat. They love small, dark spaces, and in the past, they have even been kept in matchboxes by kits and draklings.

Their diets mainly consist of smaller insects, nectar, fish (in some variants) and rarely, meat.
They also appreciate being given fresh fruit from time to time as well!

Battle Variations
There have been documented differences through
the years of the different types of Battle.

Basic || Flying Fox || Honduran || Northern Ghost || Pallid

Chocolate Battle
(Seasonal variant)

Cocoa Point || Vanilla || Neopolitan


Drakesprite (Domestic Pets)

Pronunciation: Drake-Sprite
Singular: Drakesprite | Plural: Drakesprites

Drakesprites were once thought to be mythical creatures, and were recently discovered by the members of the Questing Guild before they mounted an expedition to the west. Though they are very clearly real, no one knows where they originated from. They easily adapt to their surroundings, making them very similar to Nyulop and Draken. They have the miraculous ability to recycle dead mana, that and their normally docile disposition make them good companions for citizens suffering from Mana Burn.

Available texts on Drakesprites note that they breed very similarly to Nyulop and Draken - by bringing their mana pools together and using the energy to create an egg. Because of the small and simple structure of a Drakesprite, they do not need a special plant to do this. It is theorized, however, that the lack of a plant in their mating rituals is due to the raw mana housed within a Drakesprite.

Drakesprites are omnivorous. Available texts state that Drakesprites used to live around the world, so their diet may very well be based on where they were born and raised. It seems that Drakesprites around the forest have a tendency to use their claws to peel the bark off of trees and get at the sap underneath. They have been observed to eat bugs as well.

Abilities and Skills
The most notable feature of a Drakesprite is their ability to recycle dead mana. Drakesprites have been known to channel mana in other simple ways. The form this mana takes influences what color the Drakesprite is. Of course, Drakesprites can be more than one color, so those that are different colors may exhibit more than one of these abilities. Drakesprites have been observed to use the following magical abilities:

Red: Breathe fire
Blue: Shoot jets of water from their mouth
Yellow: Call strong winds
Green: Heal minor wounds (This ability has been observed to enhance the health of wilted plants)
Pink and Purple: Breathe small bolts of lightning
Light Blue and Off White: Breathe frost
Brown and Tan: Increases the luck of itself and selected beings within 10 feet of it
Grey: Decreases the luck of selected beings within 10 feet of it
Pure White: Drakesprites with pure white scales and fur are said to not just recycle dead mana, but generate new mana particles entirely. 
Pure Black: This color has never been observed on a Drakesprite in reality, though stories of Drakesprites with pitch black scales and fur have been passed down for generations.

Another key feature of the Drakesprite is their abundant variety and adaptability that seemingly mimics Nyulop and Draken. Available texts state that two different Drakesprites with two different sets of features are both able to live healthy lives. It seems that the existence of Drakesprite features is linked to their deep connection with mana particles. Unlike Nyulop and Draken, a Drakesprite is born with all of it’s features and will never receive new features or lose current features. 

Currently known parts of the Drakesprite affected by features include: Ears, Horns, Wings, Limbs, Tails, Markings, Colors and a miscellaneous category labelled “Extra”.

Some Drakesprite features are more common than others. There is existing documentation on the categorization of Drakesprite rarity.

Rarity of features is explained on the features page, but depending upon how many rare features a Drakesprite is born with, they are also assigned a rarity. The higher the rarity, the more sought after the Drakesprite is. 

The categories of Drakesprite rarity are as follows:

Common Drakesprites and features can be found anywhere, on any Drakesprite. If you find a Drakesprite in the wild, chances are they will have at least one or two common features - if not all common features. 

Uncommon Drakesprites and features are slightly less common. There is a chance that a Drakesprite in the wild will have at least one of these features, though they are not representative of the most commonly known Drakesprite “shape”. They can be small differences like shorter ears, or the existence of horn nubs.

Rare Drakesprites and features are a sight to behold. These features may be seen as majestic and will be highly sought after by those wanting a special companion. Rare features include fluff instead of scales, or extra fingers like a thumb. 

Legendary Drakesprites and features are rarely seen. If you happen across a Drakesprite with at least one legendary feature, you’re very lucky! A legendary feature is truly the height of majesty! These are extra special features that could see your Drakesprite with multiple sets of horns, or multiple sets of wings. 

Mythic Drakesprites and features are the stuff of legends. These are the sorts of things that you only hear about in stories - but if you’re lucky enough to find a Drakesprite boasting one of these features don’t you think you might be starring in a story of your own?! No? Well, that’s fair. You’re beyond lucky, though! It is said that some mythic features can be harmful to the Drakesprite, such as multiple arms or mismatched wings, but no documentation mentions Drakesprites with mythic features being more unhealthy compared to Drakesprites with no mythic features.

Drakesprites are ranked in rarity according to a points system. Count up how many features of each rarity your Drakesprite has.

Common Features:
 0 Points
Uncommon Features: 1 Point
Rare Features: 2 Points
Legendary Features: 3 Points
Mythic Features: 4 Points

Add them up, and see what the total comes out to. This determines the Drakesprite’s total rarity.

0-4 Points = Common
4-6 Points = Uncommon
6-12 Points = Rare
12-16 Points = Legendary
16+ Points = Mythic

There are a few exceptions to this method, those being:

Drakesprites with at least one legendary feature can't be ranked below rare. 
Drakesprites with at least one mythic feature can't be ranked below legendary.


Hopket (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Hop-keh-tis
Female: Hoppi | Male: Hop | Baby: Joey

Hopkets are cheerful, playful creatures bestowed to the residents of Whistler Crest by the infamous Grand Giver as a gift in order to help ease the tension and fear left behind during the last HH. They love to play and can play for hours at a time. Their bright and playful demeanor is perfect for kids and their ability to mimic anything- including voices!- makes playtime with them all the more fun and exciting(don't forget the pranking capability)! They are not the smartest creatures, far from it in fact. They don't seem to fully register pain and instead tend to laugh and giggle as if they just pulled a prank, so as their owners it would be highly recommended you keep a careful eye on them less they get themselves really hurt!

Despite that they are very resilient creatures, able to withstand pretty much any temperature and condition you throw at them, as to them it's nothing short of a game. They see everything through the lenses of a child and as such hardly take anything seriously, though they do seem to have an innate ability to tell when their owner needs comfort or a distraction and will give such thing as needed, making them great companions for any and everyone.

Hopkets breed very sparingly, their primary focus is fun not breeding! In order to properly breed, a Hopket breeder must try and introduce two Hopkets to each other alone to encourage a form of bonding. Placing anymore than 2 Hopkets together will almost certainly ensure that they get distracted and run off to play instead of bonding. When they DO bond they produce a ton of babies in one litter- anywhere up to 10. This impacts the female Hopkets on a significant level, making it so they are only able to breed once a year, commonly right around Kindreux. This helps avoid putting too much stress on the female Hopkets and ensures the babies go to loving homes and not go extinct out in the wild due to their own stupidity and obliviousness.

Hopkets are not monogamous either, they will breed with a different potential partner coming next year if the option is available.

Hopkets dine almost entirely on fruits. Bitter, sweet they love them all! They are capable of eating other things like fish or plants, but feed your Hopkets these things very sparingly, they are mostly designed to eat fruit and little else. Despite not being the smartest species and their inability to register pain, they are capable of scavenging for fruit outside, should an eye be kept on them to ensure they aren't climbing too high and falling out of trees and such.

Abilities & Skills
The cheek pouches on the Hopkets are where their mimicking ability comes from. When they breath in with the intent to mimic the air travels into the punches and bounces off the wall of the punch to create a marvelous humm that can sound like anything.  Despite not being the smartest they are quick to catch onto sounds and are even quicker to mimic them. Their inability to register pain makes them highly resilient, although if not watched it can become a detriment to them as well.

Colors and Markings
Hopkets can come in a total of six (6) different body colors and have six (6) different marking varieties. The markings have to be of a similar hue as the body color. Their hair fluff and neck fluff are to be a darker hue from the body color and must look different color wise from the markings color.

The Hopkets also have an accent color that goes on their cheek pouches, belly pouch, and tail fin. These can be any color except pure white and black, but they must all be the same color.



Comfiki (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Com-Fee-Kee
Pair: Duet | Group: Choir

Comfiki are mysterious little creatures created by the Grand Giver herself as a gift to Whistler’s Crest. After seeing the disarray and panic lingering in the townsfolk after the events of HH, she decided to bless them with a companion that could comfort them through trying times. As a result, Comfiki are…interesting to say the least when compared to other pets. Their fur is brightly colored and quite soft and Comfiki are almost squishy when held. Paired with their fixed expressions and stitch like markings, Comfiki resemble living plushies! Docile and incredibly affectionate nature, Comfiki are perfect to snuggle up with.

The orb on a Comfiki’s tail emits a soft light, and it’s warmth is especially popular with children, or anyone who has trouble getting a good nights rest. Comfiki tend to bond to one owner, but will do just fine around other individuals. They especially love to be around one of their own, and will sing and chirp to communicate with one another. Their tune changes with their mood and a good rule of thumb is the brighter and longer the tune, the happier your Comfiki is! It has been known to be good luck to bring Comfiki together on the last day of the Dark Year and let them sing together, as is said their tune is sweetest around this time. Choirs are led by the Comfiki with the happiest voice—known as the “cantor”—and will sing past midnight and into the new year. Owners offer take great pride in their Comfiki’s tune, and will compete to see who’s Comfiki will be the cantor each year. 


Comfiki are magical creatures, and produce offspring magically as well. Comfiki often court one another by singing out a special tune, and potential partners will harmonize with them (This is where the term “Duet” for a pair of Comfiki comes from!). Once bonded, a duet will find fabrics to use to sew together a new cloth heart, that they will then infuse with their own magic. Afterwards it’s the same process to create a new Comfiki. Breeders must be very careful to only adopt out cloth hearts to potential owners, as if they create a new Comfiki, it will bond to the breeder instead of their new owner. Furthermore, Comfiki Breeders have to go though a long process to breed Comfiki, as abandoned Comfiki are terribly difficult to re-socialize, so it is good practice to only breed a few Comfiki a year—customarily during Kindreux—to make sure each one goes to a loving home.

Comfiki thrive on a diet consisting of fruits, veggies, and insects. It is a good idea to offer a good variety of foods to your Comfiki, to make sure they are getting all the nutrients they need. Comfiki given a well balanced diet will have shinier coats, brighter songs, and will be more active, so it doesn’t hurt to try new foods if your Comfiki isn’t taking well to a certain fruit or vegetable. Allowing your Comfiki to scavenge outside for bugs will also help to vary their diet, as well as promote healthy foraging habits.

How to Create a Comfiki
Comfiki are born from mana infused little cloth hearts. Once the future owner receives a cloth heart, they have to hold it close to their own and promise to care for and protect their Comfiki, as well as provide them a good home. The owner can also add any personal promises they’d like to make, such as always being a good friend to them, or always making sure to give them plenty of hugs. Many owners tend to skip around or do little dances while they say this for extra good luck. Once they’ve finished making their promises, Comfiki’s are born in a bright flash! Depending on the type of Comfiki you get, their hearts will be displayed differently somewhere on their fur.

Comfiki Forms
Comfiki come in three different forms: Peppy, Cheeky, and Sleepy. It’s up to you which Comfiki you get!

Peppy Comfiki
Peppy Comfiki are created from a Plain Heart, and love to cheer you up! They always seem to know just how to brighten your day! Their heart marking sits right above their chest, and is known to smell as sweet as Heart’s Desire!

Cheeky Comfiki
Cheeky Comfiki are created from a Striped Heart, and always have the energy to explore! They are also known to be jokesters, and love to make you laugh! Their hearts sits over one eye, and is known to smell like citrus to help you stay energized!

Sleepy Comfiki
Sleepy Comfiki are created from a Quilted Heart, and are perfect buddies to wind down with! Their fluffy manes are pillowy soft, and they love snuggle. Their hearts sits right atop their forehead, and is known to smell like lavender for a good night’s sleep!

Colors and Markings
You have two (2) options when it comes to coloring your Comfiki. The first option is to choose from one of the palettes below! You may only use one palette! No mixing and matching! You do not have to use every color from the palette you chose. 

PLEASE NOTE: The face mask as well as the orb on a Comfiki’s tail must remain the same color as the example pieces and cannot be changed!

Character Colors
The second option for coloring your Comfiki is picking colors from your character’s Palette! You are able to pick up to three (3) colors from your character excluding eye color or a draken’s third eye color

Applying Traits
Once colors have been decided, it’s time to apply traits to your cuddly companion. Comfiki’s come in several rarities and the rarer the Comfiki, the more traits you will be able to add. You may choose to add any of the traits provided below.

Comfiki Rarity
Common Comfiki: One (1) trait | Uncommon Comfiki: Two (2) traits | Rare Comfiki: Three (3) traits

MYO Comfiki can only be common but rarer Comfiki can be earned from events and raffles!


Krampling (Domestic Pets)

Pronounced: Cramp-ling
Female: Doe | Male: Buck | Baby: Kit

Kramplings are creatures often only seen out and about when times of giving are around and presents are changing hands. Quite the little hopping fiends, Kramplings are natural-born thieves, holding presents between their antlers and running off with them in an attempt to get chased. Though they may seem like pests, these little mammals are quite easily befriended; and all it takes is offering them a gift yourself!

Varieties in Appearance
Kramplings come in many patterns, colors, and looks! Ranging in browns and silvers, these little creatures resemble reindeer, with eyes ranging in colors from brown, to blue, to even red! Kramplings possess simple, Cervidae-esque horns that vary in shape from straight up with minimum branching, or with plenty of branching spikes!

Regarding Antlers
Their antlers should appear like those on deer or reindeer. You are free to choose the number of points, but their antlers should not exceed a collective ten (10) points. You don't want their heads to be too heavy!

Regarding Pelts 
Kramplings pelts are known to vary in markings and colours. Traditionally, Kramplings have pelts that consist of browns, silvers, off-whites, greys and tans. They have very natural tones to their pelts. Their pelts may include spots, contours and streaks. They tend to have a few markings, usually four (4) to ten (10).

Kramplings are surprisingly not very fast reproducers despite what you’d expect. They often only have one kit at a time, only occasionally giving birth to twins. Kramplings are surprisingly good parents, despite their typical thieving behavior. Krampling Kits are helpless for the first few days of life, being cared for by their parents closely as they grow. Kits often stay with their parents in their den until adulthood before heading out to construct their own den- typically dug close to their parents’ den.

Kramplings are strict herbivores, only capable of digesting plants such as veggies, fruits, or leafy greens. It’s recommended to never try to feed your Krampling anything with meat or animal product in it, even something as simple as honey can give the little guys quite the stomach ache! Veggies only for these little guys.

Distinct Abilities & Skills
Though they may not seem like much, these little thieves have quite the stunning ability, leaping clear over buildings! Okay maybe not OVER, but these little guys are quite the hoppers, capable of jumping up onto roofs or up into open windows so they can sneak into your home and take your gifts! Make sure to block those chimneys up and keep those windows closed, cause nobody is safe when Kramplings are around!

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