Tricce flower design

Tricce is the fourth flower from the Obbirek group. Known as the 'cold flower', this kind is always present in Fall and Winter. Their stem is so strong, that there's no way to cut it with normal scissors, or even pulling it out with the hands.

The petals, on the other side, are soft and fragile, so it's common to see them flying around when the flower is ready to grow a new trio of them. People say that when twilight is comming, the fading sun's light gives these flowers an eerie glow, which can be highlighted if the flowers are in the snow.

Flower buds are hard as stones, and while the flower is blooming, no leaves are growing from the stem. Cce pollen attracts a lot of cold weather insects as Quous, Velemosos and Hyory, better known as glowing insects, so the flower can do photosynthesis thanks to this boost of light.


Nancana flower design

Nancana is the second flower from the Obbirek group. These flowers are known for cheering a lot of people, because of their smell, their simple shape and colors and the fact that only grows and lives during Spring.

Nancanas can be found arround the world, growing mostly in the wild. People say that when Nancana’s sweet smell is around, Spring just started. This flowers tends to move from side to side and up and down when a breeze blows close to it.

Nancanas grow closer to others of their kind, and can be seen inside restaurants, hospitals and houses. Giving a Nancana to somebody, tells that person that you care about their happiness.

The roots can be collected too, and if mashed and processed correctly with lots of water, a special liquid can be created, in order to watering other Obbirek flowers and help with their growth.


Aselí flower design

Aselí, known as the seventh flower inside the Obbirek group, is also called the 'Sunset Flower', because of their beautiful colors and the places where it normally grows.

These flowers can be found between the end of Summer and the beggining of Autumn, and they bloom in open spaces, like tall hills and big fields. Aselíes spend all day and night closed, and only open their petals for a brief moment on the sunset.
Their name comes from Aselíanda, which means 'dance' in Attubippu language, and that is because these flowers move gently from side to side when a light breeze blows, like if they were dancing.

People say Aselí's aroma is always different, and varies from person to person. Everybody agrees that evokes something melancholic and bittersweet, like happy and sad memories. If the flower is in it's mature state, the seeds can be safely collected and used to prepare a special sweet dough, often used with bread at breakfast.


Knomellia flower design

Knomellia is the third flower from the Obbirek group. These flowers are a strong kind, and often sought because of their beautiful colors and aroma, which are said to be good for cheering sad people.

Knomellia’s flower buds appear at the beggining of the Spring and bloom when Summer is almost over, just in time to survive the cold weather. Even with their delicate shape, Knomellias are strong flowers, and can live for a long time. When a Knomellia is ready to start the wilting process, the petals in the middle opens and two kinds of seeds can be ‘fired’ from the flower, in order to start a new cycle.

One of them will be fertile and have a special petal, made to help the seed traveling far away thanks to the winds at the end of the Summer; the other one, often called ‘vitaseed’, will fall next to the dying Knomellia, and soon will start to grow singular roots, passing more vitality to the flower from which it came from.

Knomellia’s aroma is strong, but is a good idea to use one or two different flowers next to it, in order to create a delicious mix. This particular flower can be found only in the south part of the world.


Melteppia Flower design

Melteppia is the fifth flower from the Obbirek group. Considered as one of the most simples, Melteppias can be found on different of places around the world.

Since is not a flower suitable for cold weather, it’s only possible to find them on Spring and especially Summer. The little petals can be picked in order to prepare a special tea that can help in calming some aches like headache, backache and stomach ache.

Roots are a prefered snack among many monsters, Iquetalas and animals. This flower is particular about its care. Is not possible to grow one at home, or even at some greenhouses; it seems that just makes the flower die faster.

Melteppias are often used as decoration on Summer festivals, and although the flower itself doesn’t smell at all, its yellowish color is loved among people for its simplicity.


Helflon Flower design

Helflon is the last flower from the Obbirek group. Considered one of the most beautiful and graceful flowers, this one tends to imitate a butterfly when wind blows.

Since the petals are so fragile, they can easily fly away from the stem, and new ones will grow two more times, before the flower dies, eventually. Helflons are very popular among children, since they have fun playing with the petals, just like dandelions. This flower’s smell is sweet and soft, often used as base for many perfumes. Helflon’s black pollen is an important ingredient for black honey’s preparation.

Even being so fragile, Helflons can be seen around the world, no matter the weather’s temperature: only rain can destroy them.


Maranjo Flower design

Maranjo is a flower from the Obbirek group. This group is form by beautiful flowers, often described by its delicious aroma, special seeds or even their attractive color and shape.

Maranjos are easy to find on prairies, close to some forests and specially on the north part of the continents, when Spring is about to come.

If this flower is plucked, it can live up to four weeks without a root, but it will need water and light, eventually. Maranjo's aroma is a sign that Spring is close, according to a lot of people. It's smells like a fresh mix of oranges, lemons and kinda citric. Is the first flower from the group.


Lukop Channie concept

Lukop Channie are harmless and beautiful insects. It’s not possible to find them in cold seasons, but in Spring.

Lukop Channie’s life cycle differ from common caterpillar, since the larvae are similar to tadpoles, only in smaller size. Those start their lifes in the water and jump for instinct, since after two weeks, the wings are going to grow.

The two sides of a Lukop Channie think like one brain, so they don’t have any trouble when a desicion have to be made. Their flight pattern is something interesting and appealing to the view, since these insects fly in circles, in order to mix themselves with fallen flowers and fool their predators.

There are a lot of different patterns on Lukop Channie’s wings, all of them simulating an existing flower, depending on the zone where the insect is living.