Jackafluffies are the brainchild of our very own Halfwit Genius. Here's what she has to say about them:

Jackafluffy - evidently a distant relative of the jackalope. Genetic research has little to say about the jackafluffy, as efforts to obtain a blood sample, tissue sample, or indeed, anything but a fluff sample, have not met with success. More zealous attempts have proven that jackafluffy antlers are, in fact, quite sharp.

Observation of jackafluffy social behavior indicates asexual reproduction, as no mating behaviors have been observed, and there is no discernible way to differentiate male from female jackafluffies. Jackafluffies most often travel in pairs, or in larger groups of six to ten. One of these groups is called a "sproing." They seem to feed on cacti, wild grasses, or the sonic energy of people going "Awwwwwwwwwww...."

Jackafluffy anatomy has 8 main elements: eyes, nose, mouth, ears, antlers, tails, paws, and fluff. It is important to note that, due to scale, a jackafluffy's eyes will encompass roughly 15-20% of its total body mass. It is suggested that the visual acuity granted couples with a jackafluffy's prodigious leap to allow it to scope out open ground and spot predators while still far enough out to flee. A commonly noted flaw in this theory, however, is that observers have yet to identify any predators with an overwhelming interest in fluff.

When introduced to human society, jackafluffies resort almost exclusively to their sonic method of feeding. If entrusted with the care of a jackafluffy, be sure to give it plenty of cuddles and note its cuteness often.

-Halfwit Genius

Here are some illustration examples for reference. An anatomical chart will be added soon!

Jackafluffy Page Number 2
(Art by Halfwit Genius)
Jackafluffy Page Number 1
(Art by Halfwit Genius)
Jackafluffy Pixel Art
(Art by Crys the Hybrid)
(Art by Halfwit Genius)
(Art by Halfwit Genius)