“Daddy” Valdez by SolidASP
I rediscovered a commission my RL buddy, Ives, did for me a couple of years ago. Loving that left hand… Well, everything else, too, but that left hand, especially!
“Daddy” Valdez here! We’re gonna close for new questions for a bit. You cats have been rainin’ down questions something fierce! We try to be pretty swell guys, though, so we ain’t gonna spam ya dashboard wit’ responses or nothin’.
For ya own reference, here’s some good ways to make sure ya questions go unanswered!
- Submit a question that’s already been answered in a previous post/AtC segment.
- Submit a question that’s spoilerific in nature
- Submit any of the above that can’t be answered privately (e.g.: asking anonymously)
Likewise, if ya don’t want the answer to be all that interestin’…
- Submit a question with a yes/no answer
Might be a good time to check out the reader questions/AtC archive in the meantime. Crap repeats ain’t fun for anyone! Roll those lookin’ balls o’ yours to the right, and you’ll see ‘em in the menu there.
Well, it’s really just members of the Zapatos Gang, but absolutely! Birds have a passion for fashion, and you can read more about that here.
It’s probably most likely that an ancient Myod created the original gryphon superbeasts (I imagine there would have been at least four starting out), which may have bred among themselves before they and their offspring spread out to the general Avian population. Given how long-lived superbeasts are, the original breeding individuals would have had plenty of time to make more of themselves, so plenty of new love to spread by the time they made their way to the regular ol’ avians. This mixed breeding explains the wildly varying appearances between our current gryphon friends.
Well, I hope that answers your question. Until next time, biological reader persons!