|Locomotion||Bipedal, it balances on two relatively short legs|
|Personality||Pleasant unless goaded or pestered into becoming violent|
Scribblebeasts are strange beings, noted for their sideways walk equally as they are for their strange body structure, which has been described as "living modern art". They are monochromatic, and are mostly white with black patches covering their eyes and extremities. They are related to the smaller Doodlecriks.
- Nicknames: Scribble, Modern Art
- Homeplanet: Syrillia
- Species Type: Warm-blooded Bipedal Abstractian
- Lifestyle: Semi-Social Herbivore
- Hunt/Forage Success Rate: 100% Forage (74% success rate)
- Armor: Scribblebeasts do not utilize armor.
- Defenses: Scribblebeasts defend themselves with their only real mean of offense - their massive forelimbs. Besides this, they typically will just try to awkwardly flee the scene. Their strange body structuring also makes them a bit difficult to hit to those unfamiliar with Scribblebeast physiology.
- Weapons: Like many other Abstractians, Scribblebeasts are notorious for their massive forelimbs; also like others, they can become deadly bludgeoning objects when the situation calls for it.
- Tools: Scribblebeasts are barely capable of manipulating objects, with the limit being moving plants to their mouths for consumption.
- Method of Eating: Unspecified
- Reproductive Rate: Unspecified
- Gestation: Unspecified
- Number of Offspring: Unspecified
- Offspring Survival Rate (before age of maturity): Unspecified
- Singular/Plural: Scribblebeast/Scribblebeasts
- The Scribblebeasts are Somarinoa's favorite Abstractian species.
- They were the very first Abstractians created, and also were the species to inspire all other Abstractians to follow.
- While the very first of the Abstractian group of species, they are also notable for being Somarinoa's very first original creature created for the PlayStation 2 game Graffiti Kingdom several years back.
- Scribblebeasts were created specifically to show someone what the Graffiti Kingdom editor was actually capable of.