If technology within the post-apocalyptic world suddenly worked once again, would there be any interest from the Chio community to discover how it all functioned? Chios are very inquisitive by nature and it would probably make them really happy to have so much new stuff to explore and experiment with. Chios are from Messenger and […]
“Does a chio’s tail signify moods at all? (wagging tail = happy, tail between legs = scared, etc.)” Chio ears are usually the best way to guess at what they’re feeling! They’re a lot like cats’ ears, and change direction based on their current mood. Check out this answer for a bit more info! Chios […]
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Humans and Chios are probably about equal in terms of physical flexibility! A Chio might be able to endure more pain to stretch a bit further, but not by much. Chios are from Messenger and Follower! Ever wanted to create your own Chio? Join the Create a Chio project and commission your very own Chio who will […]
Hailed-Manic asks: How much chi could a chio “oh” if a chio could “oh” chi? Thank you for the useful answer, Dia. Dia is from Follower, but there are more Chios in Messenger, too! Ask a Chio will be reopening soon for Chio Club members on a limited time basis! Pledge at the $5 or […]
Ask a Chio returns, answering the hard-hitting questions! Jacinto asks: Eldora, here is a button. If you press it, you will ensure a century of security and prosperity for your tribe, but someone not part of your tribe will die. Will you press the button? Ask a Chio will be reopening soon for Chio Club members […]
Chios are very much about doing what you can with what you have, lifespan included. They’re a glass-half-full kind of folk. Chios are from Messenger and Follower.
Maybe cinnamon flavored? Or peppermint? Dia is a Chio from Follower! Her species also appears in Messenger.
Jacinto asks: How are young Chio educated? The entire village takes responsibility for raising the children, so groups of Chio kids are taught by all of the adults in turn. That way more of the collective knowledge of the adults is passed down. As the young Chios get older, they begin to help the adults […]
Apparently it takes more than just Chios. Chios are from Messenger and Follower! Support us on Patreon and get a guaranteed Ask a Chio answer each month!