Size & Weight
Height: 30cm - 42cm (12in-17in)
Weight: 40kg - 55kg (90lb - 120lb)
Length: 33cm - 40cm (13in - 16in)
They are omnivorous. Gachagoops eat minerals and rocks, but prefer Floravera mucus above all. Leafies help process the hard matters to digest food.
They tend to make guuh-sounds and use lots of body movement to communicate.
Base age of 20 years + lifespan of blessing.
Wet environments or where they are have access to moist or damp areas.
Behavior & Relationships
Reproduction, Growth, & Health
Gachagoops and Leafies must be in close proximity to each other. They also must live in a location with a plentiful source of food. Lastly, Gachagoops need company of some sort, like other Gachagoops, Floraveras or Annies. Otherwise, they can become incredibly lonely and sad.
Gachagoops are born from eggs that are laid in a moist environment or in water, but unlike most aquatic creatures, Gachagoops do not lay eggs in clusters. Blessings are determined when they are in their incubation period. They are excellent swimmers and prefer to live near water but as long as they have access to moisture and company they can live anywhere.
They require a lot of food and are omnivores, even eating rocks, metals, minerals and gems. However, their prefered food is Floravera mucus so where there are Floraveras, there are Gachagoops. They trade fruits and flowers from their blessings or scavenge to get mucus from the Floraveras.
Gachagoop goo is very valuable as it can be used for fertilizing Nilrisa bulbs. When Gachagoops shed, their goo hardens, and can be used for smithing and crafting. The goo is very sticky and Gachagoops use it to protect themselves, spitting it at possible threats. They have jagged mouths that are very strong and short sharp claws for digging. If you ever encounter an aggressive Gachagoop, it is best to back off since you can quite easily lose a finger or arm to them. If they are blessed by a toxic plant, it is best to seek help quick if you sustain an injury from them!
They are naturals at finding metals, minerals, and gems, so Annies tend to have a Gachagoop with them when looking for materials to use for their weapons. This species is a bit more intelligent than the average dog, making them pets that are very loveable, caring, and loyal. However, when the shedding period comes, most tend to leave them at a daycare where they can shed freely. If you however get goo in a place you don’t want, Floravera mucus is a good way to clean it off since it can have dissolving properties. Gachagoops like to stay warm when they sleep, often seen cuddling up to Floraveras. So don't be surprised if your Gachagoop tries to sneak up into your bed at night!
They have limited magical abilities that strengthen their bite and claw attacks, This also helps with digging and devouring rocks and minerals. They have a keen nose for finding metals and gems that they eat to empower their goo.
In legend, it is believed that powerful dragons created the Gachagoops to help them find valuable gems and metals. Long before the meteors hit, it was seen as a sign of high social status to have a Gachagoop due to this reason.