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He is a twelve-year-old, blue male cat that goes to Elmore Junior High, with his adopted brother Darwin and his four-year-old sister Anais. The creators found this trait to be too restricting in terms of possible plots and stories.
Not much thought was put into this choice as it was more of a placeholder than a final design.
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Darwin (adoptive brother)Anais (sister)Nicole (mother)Richard (father)Granny Jojo (paternal grandmother)Frankie (paternal grandfather)Louie (paternal step-grandfather)Mr. Senicourt (maternal grandmother) Gumball (formerly Zach) Tristopher Watterson is the protagonist of The Amazing World of Gumball. As the creators developed the character further, they decided to make him a black cat in order fit the personality they had in mind for him: unlucky, but optimistic (black cats symbolize bad luck).
In Season 3, Gumball's eyes are permanently round along with the rest of the Wattersons. Despite his mediocre academic performance, he can be surprisingly brilliant when it comes to formulating all sorts of mischievous schemes.
This side of him can be seen in episodes such as "The Plan," in which he quickly formulates a basic outline to he and his siblings plan to "save" their mother, and in "The Scam," in which he forms a crafty scheme that will allow him to cleanly heist the town's candy effortlessly.
His ego also explains his relationship with Alan; the fact that Alan is so effortlessly loved drives Gumball to expose him for being scummier than he lets on (which later turns out to be accurate).
This ego also makes him very sensitive, as seen in "The Meddler," in which he's an emotional wreck when he's told his cheerleading performance was terrible.