I always thought skittleskull is a male. But the new description says BOG WITCH. So… a male witch? Or female witch?
The word “Witch” originally meant either gender.
I think Skittle is male.
in french, skittle is a “sorcière”, and sorcière is a female, sorcier a male.
So, skittle seems to be a female
Really hard to tell, ugly either way.
Where exactly are the male markers?
I’m pretty sure that’s filed under NSFW etc.
Skittle is shirtless so I’d lean male, but SPG does like scantily clad heros so not an exact science
I was trying to determine if he/she was wearing a shirt or not…but to your point, with Zeline’s butt and Natalya’s, well, everything, hanging out, you never do know (insert saggy bewb joke here)
Until the question was asked, I saw Skittle ss a male. Upon further review, that is a female.
I really like this question. For me Skittle was always female … but after reading the answers here I think I have to review my opinion.
Use the length of the fingernails as an indicator. Maybe a bit colourless, but…
Ever seen a male witch with long fingernails?
Build a bridge out of skittle
A special power that ties you in knots, renders you immobile and saps your energy.
Has to be femaie.
(Legs it for the exit)
Dear people, Skittle is a Goblin and a Shaman. All dedicated readers of the Lore of the Fair Folk know that Goblin Shamans belong to the third gender of Goblin kind.
I’d always kinda hated Skittle up until now, but I’ve gotta say the little lady-guy is starting to grow on me.
Me wants the precious. The precious is mineses. YOU CAN’T HAVES IT!!
forum did not like this post somehow. Don’t know what is so bad about beeing transgender but i apologize to the members that flagged my post
thank you all for replying and presenting your view. the hero that i never have a second look at just getting pretty interesting now. i guess we’ll have to wait for the SG designer to answer whether it’s a male or female. i used to think it as a male but i change my mind now it’s a female hahaha.
I think they’ll let the mystery remain. It’s far more interesting that way.