The green fox is another of Ennen's sentient species. They live in complex familial structures and make their homes in forests, grasslands, and abandoned human structures. While very intelligent, they're rather frail and thus have to rely on stealth and trickery for their defense. Green foxes are part plant, and can photosynthesize if food is not available. When at the end of their lifespan, elderly green foxes will root themselves and metamorphose into a sapling. Element: grass.
The steady goose is a distant relative of the phoenix, but did not inherit any of the phoenix's mythical traits. They live on warm waterfronts, especially near active volcanoes, though occasionally the odd one has been found in shady groves. While they look almost identical to their more mundane goose brethren, they possess the ability to burst into flame when angered, which tends to be a one-time-only deal. As a result, natural selection has made the steady goose rather even-tempered (though there is a strain that pops up every now and again that seems to have fireproof skin). The steady goose's name comes from its famously unshakeable balance. Elements: blast, flight.
The lochlag is a rabbit-like creature that lives in lakes and ponds. Its body is made of a thick substance that is hydrophobic, allowing it to swim through water without losing consistency. It develops a skin of sorts as it grows older, allowing it to venture onto land for brief periods. Its red core allows it to regenerate if harmed. Element: water.