Fur luminescence that affects only small areas of an elnin, specifically markings, and primarily on the body where the fur is extremely short.
- Can be any color.
- Luminous markings on the body can fade into the fluff at the base of the tail, but it should be a clear fade and extension of existing markings on the body (see blue section of mini-guide). Markings should not be present near the tips of long furred sections.
- The markings on shoal and grove tails may extend further down the tail where the fur is extremely short (see the purple section of mini-guide).
Can be any color. Covers larger areas of an elnin not restricted to markings/body coat. Causes hair/tail to glow in part or in full, and allows glowing markings on pomus (base color must still remain mostly black)
When an elnin's anima presents two core colors in a particular configuration: Eye and horn color are opposite, with left eye matching the right horn, and vice versa. Skeleton coloration can resemble a vaguely checkered or harlequin patterning, with colors alternating regularly.