Popokee: 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.
Balikin: Heads and face traits are the easiest way to trace back to their place of origin, each having advantages for the environments they’ve adapted to.