I wonder what noise would that animal make.
We got a noise in mind you’ll be hearing (Or seeing!) very soon!
wot do they eat
Actually, a future page coming up should answer some of those particular Tikibi details. We’ll be putting out more info on these critters on the site itself soon!
Awww they all cute!! :3 i wanna adopt the momma and babies
We’re super glad to hear Tikibi meet mark on cuteness! Hopefully you got a big enough yard to fit the whole family!
Really like the Tikibi design, chimeric but still looks natural and even, the different animal parts don’t look awkwardly put together. The adult looks very noble and intelligent and the chicks/cubs/babies are very cute (it even looks like each has it’s own personality).
Along with acting like horse mounts do they have popularity like them? Did Mimi grow up with a My Little Tikibi toy set?
Sorry Quin, compliments can’t excuse sloppy driving, glad Mimi has her priorities straight.
Many thanks for the kind words on our TIkibi design! It was a tough creature to create as we wanted to go for a look you don’t see with these kinds of “beast of burden”, but at the same time have everything make sense in terms of its anatomy. We definitely were going for a very chimeric look, with a hybrid of different animals. These critters have some charisma to them for sure, especially the little baby Tikibi. The Tikibi are a very unique and beloved creature to Wukrii, so they would most certainly have a dedicated following on the… Read more »
heh ic on the driving etiquette and you should make the plushie for it.
Mimi takes driving safety seriously!
We’d make plushies of all of our Wukrii critters! Maybe one day!
Good lord, I want baby Tikibi plushy so bad
I’d certainly love to see a plushy made of the tiny Tikibi myself. Heck, I’d fill my room with Fruinec ,Triiurchin and Drabbunny plushies if I could too!
Complementing her to get out of hot water.
This aint his first rodeo.
Being an explore wonder, Mathew’s had his far share of getting out of dangerous situations!
Tibiki babe #1: What’s over there? Tibiki babe #2: Momma, what’s that? Tibiki babe #3: What are we doing here?/Where are we going?/Are we there yet?
The three confuzzled faces of the baby tikibi were fun to draw.
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