Traits

Quad Horns

Quad Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of four horns that adorn the top of a babs head, usually two and two, one set larger than the other, although all four can be the same size. 

Velvet Horns

Velvet Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of soft and sweet looking horns with a heart shaped tip, a branch or two can be found along the base.

Oni Horns

Oni Horns (★ Common)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

Two straight, slightly outward pointing horns that usually sport 3 - 5 stripes.

Mismatched Horns

Mismatched Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

Sometimes a horn is shorter than its pair, giving a bab a peculiar look. One horn can be curved, the other straight, sometimes both are facing odd directions. The variety in horn types makes the mismatched look one of the most varied.

Root Horns

Root Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of long, backward curving horns that can have a rounded nub protruding from them. Called "root" horns for their appearance to root vegetables if held upside down.

Goat Horns

Goat Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

Two tall, smooth horns that lean backwards. The upgraded version of the "goatling" horns.

Recoil Horns

Recoil Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A large set of ram-like horns that do a bit of a loop, ending their curve towards the back. A more gentle appearance to the basher horns.

Basher Horns

Basher Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A large set of ram-like horns, curving back, around, and towards the front in a simple curve.

Jagged Horns

Jagged Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A pair of tall horns with a jagged appearance travelling to the top. These jagged edges can be sharp, or rounded, giving the bab a harsher or playful appearance depending.

Plumed Horn

Plumed Horn (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A tall, flat horn that is adorned with pronged edges that give the appearance of a single large feather. An anomaly that gives a bab a sort of crest atop their head. 

Static Horns

Static Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of iconic zig zagging horns. The "Lightning bolt" of horns.

Prideful Horns

Prideful Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A rather large and round set of horns, peculiar in shape. More information needs to be gathered on the possible use of such strange horns. Those who bear them seem quite proud of them.

Ridge Horns

Ridge Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of 4 - 6 horns that grow along the brow line, replacing whatever eyebrows the bab would hope to have. Four horns make up the main shape, with two tiny horns growing along the cheek line. 

Piercing Horns

Piercing Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of 2 - 4 horns that grow from the nose ridge, curling inward, ourward, or in really any direction. Original thought of as an aesthetic choice, when we learned it was a natural growth it was immediately sought out in any individual who would bear it. 

Rhino Horn

Rhino Horn (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A single horn that encompases a babs snout, growing forward into a sharp point. Little info is known on why this occurs and it has only been recorded in a small number of individuals.

Triple Prong Horns

Triple Prong Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of large horns with three points that slope upwards. The placement of the points varies from bab to bab.

Serrated Horn

Serrated Horn (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A single long horn, adorned with three sharp prongs along the underside, giving them a severe look. 

Antlered Horns

Antlered Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A set of curving horns with sections branching off to curl their own way, giving an antlered appearance to the bab.

Overzealous Bloom Horns

Overzealous Bloom Horns (★ Rare)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

A babs horns grow up to a certain height naturally, stopping their growth and staying healthy and dense. There have been anomalies recorded of babs whose horns don't know to stop growing, allowing for odd plates to form at the base, as through the horns are trying to regrow from step one. The plates give the horns a strange blossoming appearance.

Spire Horns

Spire Horns (★ Common)

Category: ★ Horns
Species: Mantibab

Two upward curving, pointed horns that are thinner at the tips than the base.

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