Life is first seen in the short "The Gift That Reaps Giving." She appears to be in a relationship with Death. She has two snake heads that speak simultaneously. It was revealed in the Frog Seasons segment for Winter that she was the Frog Carrying the crown.


Life takes the appearance of two green snakes twirled around each other, one a darker color than the other. The snakes heads meet up and look directly at each other almost always, even when she speaks. Both the snakes have yellow, cat-like eyes with a red pupil. Her right leg is a darker green than her left, similar, her left arm to her right, proposing each snake is protruding an arm and a leg each. She wears a chocolate colored dress consisting of two brown ribbons with a golden stripe in the middle, twisting around her, and covering her from the knees to her shoulders.


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Life is able to create life by touching objects intentionally or unintentionally (when Life just wants to kiss Death, a flower sprouts on his face). She also has the ability to melt a huge Snowy Mountain that turns into a green hill blooming with Flowers and trees by a sort of golden yellow juice that exerts her body.


  • The main inspiration for her design is probably the aztec goddess Coatlicue, giver and taker of life, whose face was formed by two snakes,
  • Life's design seems to be inspired by the caduceus, the traditional symbol of Hermes that features two snakes winding around a winged staff. The double snakes of the caduceus represent duality and the unification of polar opposites, much like Life's relationship with Death.
  • Another resemblance to that of Life's design is the Ouroboros, an ancient symbol of a serpent consuming its own tail. Symbolically, this represents the cycle of life and death, especially in the sense of something constantly re-creating itself. The Ouroboros frequently represents an infinite cycle; in particular, that of nature's endless creation and destruction.
  • Life has only appeared in shorts and not a full episode.


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