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Gobbleins-Air Affinity by Seagullpendragon Gobbleins-Air Affinity by Seagullpendragon
Air Affinity Gobbleins grow trees instead of ground veggies and fruits, although some carry bushes and shrubs on their backs as well. Tree Gobbleins are generally more aloof and significantly less friendly than their earth cousins. They won't even try hiding the food from visitors and instead will physically remove any outsiders from their communities. Not only are they mildly hostile towards outsiders they are also dismissive of their Earthen cousins and call them "mud folk" among other slurs.

Tree Gobbleins live in lush valleys where they tend their orchards and have large sprawling communities along the hills surrounding it. They are the most affluent of all Gobblein kind. They are expert climbers and long lived thanks to the energy provided by their trees, although once a Tree Gobbelin reaches 100 years their tree has become so large they cannot move and are elevated to Elder status. 

Elders are tasked with giving farming advice to the younger generations and any fallen fruit they produce is used for fertilizer instead of seeds. 

Sometimes the roots from the trees on their backs give them horns.

Tree Gobbleins are the larger of all Gobblein species. Also there is not a lot of physical variation in their ranks since they are so exclusive and don't mingle and mate with the other Gobblein species.

Earth Affinity type can be found here - seagullpendragon.deviantart.co…

Water affinity can be found here- seagullpendragon.deviantart.co…
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PMD-EZorua Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Student Writer
 I LOVE these SO MUCH!
Can I make one of these Gobbleins, Particularly of the Fire Affinity?
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Seagullpendragon Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Of course! I can't wait to see!
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awesposs Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
<3
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Seagullpendragon Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
;D
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MichelleHaws Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
This is by far one of my favorites along with the foxbat. You are very creative AND talented :) May I make a Gobblein as well?
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Seagullpendragon Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Oh gosh thank you! Of course you may make one! I look forward to seeing what they look like!
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MichelleHaws Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
And piercings, are those allowed?
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MichelleHaws Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
I fell instantly in love with this design. Thank you so much! She is going to be a pomegranate tree! :) Are the normal skin colors variations of greens or can they be lightly tinted the same color of their fruit? Also, can I put markings on her or just the two different colors? (I.E. The tummy, under arms, tail and ears then the base color)
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Seagullpendragon Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Oh my gosh I CAN'T BELIEVE I FORGOT POMEGRANATES THOSE ARE MY FAVE FRUIT!!! I would love to see a Pom Gobblein! And yes light tinting is good and markings and piercings and a-ok. Even though they carry trees on their backs their skin is still supple, kinda like that of a gecko's so they can get things like tattoos and the like. The only thing I recommend not changing are their eyes, because Tree Gobbleins don't mate outside of their race, like ever (very xenophobic), and their eyes are a sign of bloodline purity.
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MichelleHaws Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
I would never change the eyes or the reptile like appearance. That is what made me fall in love with them! I love pomegranates too :P You should also do peaches, cherries, oranges. Like a fruit family!
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