Snakekeys: Challenging Caches by LibbysSpecies, literature
Snakekeys: Challenging Caches
The Reaper Grimm and his children, all adopted, decided to join in on the festive fun. In order, there was the Doubled mix Kikimo, the colorful Green Equinox Danty, the Yellow Equinox Kaysha and Daysha, and the pink Fawnette Fairy. After seeing a sign near Artisan City about a city-wide scavenger hunt, Kikimo eagerly went to tell the family about it, wishing for some family bonding time. Once they arrived, the relatively simple rules were explained. Each group would be given a map, a compass, and a shovel, while each person would be given a clue written on a note. They would have to use these tools to find containers filled with goodies, such as fresh food, toys, sweets, trinkets, and more. There was no 'grand prize' or anything of that sort, it was just a game for everyone to enjoy on their time. After spending some time finding and opening buried boxes, the children started to get bored, so the adults decided to try finding more tricky containers. Such as a box with a lock on it.
Welcome to Charmies, an open species! A new species sheet is in the works and will be released ASAP! Until then, please reference the following info and existing Charmie designs for details on the traits of the species! Physical Appearance Charmies are anthropomorphic creatures with bottom halves made of a see-through material and full of fun items! They can be made of practically anything, from organic to inorganic material. They can be plush, plastic, resin, anything! As long as their bottom halves are a solid, empty, see-through material. The upper and bottom halves of a Charmie are always separated by a defined line or shape on the torso. Charmies can have various body shapes and sizes, from anthro to centaur, quadrupedal, and even mermaid! They can be any type of animal species, even creatures, chimeras and mythical beings! They can have any kind of horns, ears, teeth, wings, and can have paws, claws, hooves, talons, multiple sets of limbs, etc. The only restriction here is