Head Type Traits

Popokee have great variation in their facial traits due to different family lines existing along different coasts, leading to different interactions with magic and different requirements for survival.

  • Popokee will naturally have no external ears and either smooth skin, or very short, flat fur on their face.
  • Being aquatic noses may be single or double blowholes on the top of the head, or small slitted nostrils on the muzzle, unless otherwise noted.
  • Popokee do not have overly prominent teeth, small overlaps are common, saber teeth and other large overlaps are not.

Common:

Bottlenose:

Resemble dolphins or porpoises, with smooth beaks and small teeth.

Seadog:

Resemble seals and sealions with mammalian features. Will always have muzzle nostril, instead of blowholes. May have whiskers and are the only trait that may have small external ear flaps.


Uncommon:

Slowfin:

Resemble baleen whales with large toothless mouths. May have barnacle rgrowth on face and chest.

Drifter:

Resemble manatees and seacows, with rough skin and rounded faces. may have whiskers. Will always have muzzle nostril, instead of blowholes.

Longtooth:

Resemble walruses, with long tusks and whiskers. Will always have muzzle nostril, instead of blowholes.


Rare:

Pinknose:

Resemble river dolphins, with elongated beaks and small features. May have areas of subtle pink coloration.

Gentle:

Resemble plesiosauria or depictions of the Loch Ness monster. Facial features will be rounded and small, with an elongated neck.

Old Guard:

Resemble mosasaur, with large toothy jaws and reptilian features. May have small ridging from the top of the head and down the back.


Legendary:

Hunter:

Resemble shark like creatures with pointed muzzles and smooth features.

Horned:

Resemble narwhals, with rounded features and a single long horn in the center of the face.

Fishtooth:

Resemble fish like creatures, including salmon, eels and pike. May have small fins along the top of the head, or under the jaw.