Pufbulo are quadrupedal hooven mammals covered in fur, with bushy tails and huge squishy noses. They have bright, colorful coats, often with spots. Their eyes are proportionally large, with square pupils.
Adults can grow to be 18 inches tall on average. The species gives live birth, usually to twins.
The Center Pufbulo living in the Center of Prova are considered to be the "default", in all attributes. They have short legs, disproportionately huge tails, and fatty necks that meld into their body. They are remarkably intelligent compared to other breeds, forming little "societies" within the herds.
The Southwest Pufbulo is a breed that lives on Southwest Prova. They are known for having unusually long necks and legs in comparison, much shorter tails, and occasionally fluffy manes.
North Pufbulo, which reside on North Prova, are incredibly fluffy with massive curly horns. In the summer months, they resemble the Pufbulo of the center, but when winter comes they become so encompassed by white fur they resmble little more than massive shuffling snowballs. North Pufbulo survive by grazing on fast-growing mosses in the winter and wild grass in the summer.
Pufbulo morphs are understood to have varying degrees of rarity, many of them dependent on the environment they grew up in. Here are the ones currently known.
(Quirks are free and can be applied to any MYO slot.)
- Short legs
- Long legs (Uncommon)
- Extra-fluffy coat (Uncommon)
- Extra-fluffy coat
- Curly horns
- Short tail
- Long neck
- Long legs
- Mane (Uncommon)
- Nub horns (Uncommon)
- Food theme
- Long horns
Pufbulo are flock animals with a strong dominance hierarchy. Every herd of Pufbulo has a designated leader who guides them to new pastures.
Herds of the species can still be found in the wild, but they thrive within Kagzar captivity.
Pufbulo have little ability to defend themselves. They rely on numbers and the ability to run, and in the absence of both, they are easily preyed upon.
Pufbulo are exclusively herbivorous grazing animals. They have a four-chambered digestive system to break down plant matter.