Traits

Standard Coat

Standard Coat (★ Common)

Category: Coat
Species: Kanti

Kanti fur is capable of being velvety or dense and ranges from soft to coarse depending on environment and how much care they put into themselves. A standard length of fur varies depending on the body part, but generally the thickest places fur lies is along the back (mane), around the neck (ruff), and on the rump. The legs can gain a "draft" quality to them but should not be excessively long or resemble unicorn fetlocks!

Harmonic Ears

Harmonic Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Skullcracker

A classic set of triangular ears that may be covered with part of the skullcracker's helm. 

  •  Harmonic:  
    🔹 This set of ears is composed of a explosion of fluff that sticks out, giving a plush feel to the skullcracker.
Perk Ears

Perk Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Pawbird

A short set of ears that

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Ribbon Tips

Ribbon Tips (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Pawbird

A short set of ears that

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Classic Ears L

Classic Ears L (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color in the center. This style of ear is most common among Lelokos and is said to be their iconic look! 

  •  Classic:  
    🔹 These ears may be lined with fur along the edge or be fully nude. The inner rings of color should still be clearly visible.

    ❗ Fur cannot be inside the ear past the outer most ring

Cotton Ears

Cotton Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color in the center. These ears have soft fur at the tips and base, and surprisingly have a cotton ball of fur smack dab in the center of the ear!

  •  Cotton:  
    🔹 These ears allow for a messy or clean cotton ball of fur on the inner ear, with the rest of the rings visible around them.
Tulip Ears L

Tulip Ears L (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of moderately sized triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color along the inside. These ears form a cone at the base, with the soft velvety skin folding over itself, giving the appearance of a closed flower bud. Some iterations of this ear are said to look even more conical than the example below.

  •  Tulip:  
    🔹 The base of the ear should wrap around itself, and the ear should be shaped loosely like a flower bud!
Demure Ears

Demure Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of small, triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color along the inside. 

  •  Demure:  
    🔹 These ears droop softly, and can have a bit of fur lining the insides.
Alert Ears

Alert Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of moderately sized triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color along the inside. These ears start held loosely, almost floppy as babies, but grow rigid and pointed once adulthood is reached, giving an attentive look to the Leloko.

  •  Alert:  
    🔹 This ear type should stand tall, and may point forward or back, depending on preference.
Choppy Ears

Choppy Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of small triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color along the inside. These ears usually have an explosion of choppy fur along the base, forcing the ears to point forward.

  •  Choppy:  
    🔹 These ears should typically point forward due to the amount of fur along the back.
Lamb Ears

Lamb Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Skullcracker

A set of soft, drooping ears that give a soft and gentle look to its bearer.

  •  Lamb:  
    🔹 Ears should be moderate in length, and can be smooth or fluffy.

    ❗ Ears should not go past mid neck or get close to the wings in length.
Petite Ears

Petite Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Skullcracker

A classic set of triangular ears that end in a delicate swoop. These ears are said to give a soft appearance to their bearer, considered "cute" to most.

  •  Petite:  
    🔹 A soft swoop gives this set of ears their signature look, with short or moderate length fluff lining the edge.
Lax Ears

Lax Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Mantibab

A wavy shape to a classic bab ear ending in soft drooping fur.

Classic Ears

Classic Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Mantibab

Your classic set of bab ears.

Mousy

Mousy (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Leloko

A set of small sized triangular ears that typically have 3 rings of color along the inside. These ears are called "mousy" due to the soft and sweet appearance a Leloko has due to wearing them.

  •  Mousy:  
    🔹 This ear style should be small and rounded at the base, closely resembling mouse ears.
Sweep Ears

Sweep Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Mantibab

A moother version of the classic ear with a gentle wave shape.

Plush Ears

Plush Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Mantibab

A soft and fluffy version of the classic ear with softer and rounder shapes. The general populace agrees plush ears are the softest.

Sleek Ears

Sleek Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Mantibab

A sleek look to the classic shape, with an arching line to the ear, ending in sharp points and coming down fluffy.

Overstuffed Ears

Overstuffed Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Mantibab

A classic ear with an explosive amount of fur on the inside that has it sticking out longer than the rest of the ear.

Aria Ears

Aria Ears (★ Common)

Category: Ears
Species: Skullcracker

A classic set of triangular ears that may be covered with part of the skullcracker's helm. 

  •  Aria:  
    🔹 The helm extension, and the center fluff are both optional (see: harmonic )
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