• The dryads from an aspen grove are all twins who have strong intuition between each other.
  • Dryads of trees overshadowed by a thick canopy hanging out in a meadow to soak up sunshine.
  • City dryads who adopt clothes and money and get little lantern lights and their own flowers to decorate their trees.
  • Regional councils serving as memory, historians, and law-keepers around the oldest trees in an area like Methuselah, Pando, Prometheus, Old Tjikko, Llangernyw, the Zoroastrian Sarv, the Tree of 100 Horses, etc.
  • Cuttlefish merfolk who startle easily and try to look like rocks but forget their human halves.
  • Great white shark merfolk drifting through currents on their own, but little minnow merfolk absolutely swarming together through the water.
  • Merfolk throwing ocean trash up onto the decks of ships and swimming away without a word.
  • Turtle merfolk who keep little trinkets–shiny shells and bright pearls and polished sea glass–tucked in their shells that they withdraw to admire when they get bored of a conversation.
  • Merfolk with short or tightly bound hair to keep it out of their faces.
  • Merfolk who gain the ability to fully shapeshift into their hybrid animal as they get older and harness their power.
  • Merfolk with skin that mimics the patterns on and textures of their hybrid creature.
  • Merfolk whose vocal powers vary by individual from causing phosphorescence, to react to raising or lowering water temperatures, to cause various emotions such as rage, depression, or aggression.
  • Alpaca centaur knitting their companions new clothes as they ruin them throughout the adventure from yarn they’ve spun from their own fleece.
  • Lipizzaner centaur whose companions lightly tease them for their unconscious prance and tendency to stop in perfect line with their companions.
  • Centaur holding their arms close to their chests as they gallop to keep better balance.
  • Centaur as cyclical nomads, returning to familiar plains throughout the years.
  • Centaur building saddles from fibers rather than leather unless they know for sure where the leather is from.
  • Centaur shoeing markets and rather than shoe-shining stations there are feather-cleaners, and hairdressers specializing in tails and clip jobs.