Enter the main character of Seraph's Neighborhood, the one-and-only Seraph! Here, he just had to express his joy of the woods the best way he knows how: Howling. Seraph loves the wild so much, in fact, that his personal estate is a six-acre forest which he is constantly maintaining. There is a tree-house in one of the larger trees near the front, but Seraph is rarely found sleeping inside of it. It mainly acts as his studio for his artistic revelations. Since the Seraph Character Design Sheet didn't have much of an in-depth description of Seraph, I will provide it here.
Seraph is a half-cat, half-wolf anthro and half brother to Leo, sharing the same father (Leo's mother being human and Seraph's being a wolf-anthro). He is impulsive and animalistic in nature, but inside he's extremely patient and caring. Being one to rarely talk, Seraph enjoys listening to anything anyone has to say. He's also amazing at picking up on body-language and sensing emotion, and his caring personality makes him a loving and protective friend. He even seems to understand the very trees and bushes in his own home, which he takes care of with meticulous detail. If something were to threaten himself, his forest or his friends, Seraph can become a ferocious beast and won't hesitate to attack with tooth and claw to defend himself or others.
To support his lifestyle, Seraph is an artistic prodigy and adored by millions for his ability to pour his soul into whatever median he chooses. Due to his amazing success and inexpensive lifestyle, Seraph rarely needs to produce to support himself, rather making something whenever inspiration strikes which lasts more than long enough for him to produce again. When Seraph isn't roaming his forest, he is close friends of Linda, Chahiro and Tiaco and commonly joins them in their activities, such as surfing with Tiaco, playing tennis with Linda or swimming with Chahiro. Everyone on the block, in one way or another, knows Seraph on a personal level, and many neighbors enjoy spending time in his beatifull forest. He doesn't mind visitors and encourages everyone to appreciate a simpler form of life, appreciating the nature around them, even if he never actually brings it to words.
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