From left to right, we have the Alighieri Quadruplets, or the Four Rascals; Giovanni, Antonia, Pietro, and Jacopo.
Giovanni: He resembles somewhat like his father, but no front or back horns; just the ones on the sides. His pupils look more reptilian, and his skin color is lighter and different texture. Adorable as he is, Lil’ Gio is the quietest of the Four, not making any miscellaneous sounds, grunts, or laughs excluding his cries. Reasons for this is unknown, much of what Gio does is a mystery, which left the parents a bit concerned about his future.
Antonia: The only female of the Four, which gives Beatrice the honor to name her herself, which is named after her great grandmother. Born with rare white hair and strange colored eyes, Tee Tee is marked one of the more special ones. Calm and collective, though can be a bit rebellious when told what to do.
Pietro (Pea-eh-tro): He’s the only one out of the four that has Beatrice’s main trait passed to him; the horns. Though not really horns, but more like spikes that can be protruded out and retracted into his body. Though still learning, Sweet Pea let the bone-like tendril hang from his limbs and just poke at it, or chew on it. Curious in every way, but does tend to throw a random temper tantrum.
Jacopo: Out of the Four, he’s the closest in being “the chip of the old block.” Almost identical to his father, though like Giovanni, he is missing his side horns, and his skin color is much darker. Playful at heart, little Jaco does tend to get into some unnecessary and accidental trouble by playing a bit too rough.