Mutations

Luminous anima

Luminous anima

Species: Elnin
Type: Mutation
Rarity: Uncommon
Region: Enmir
Is Hereditary?: Yes

Causes an elnin's anima to give off light. The glow can be dimmed or hidden at will. This trait applies to eyes, horns, skeleton, and (optionally) to teeth (color and glow).

Luminous markings

Luminous markings

Species: Elnin
Type: Mutation
Rarity: Uncommon
Region: Enmir
Is Hereditary?: Yes

Fur luminescence that affects only small areas of an elnin, specifically markings, and primarily on the body where the fur is extremely short.

Details:

  • 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).
Mini Guides
Luminous Markings Notes
Luminous suffusion

Luminous suffusion

Species: Elnin
Type: Mutation
Rarity: Rare
Region: Enmir
Is Hereditary?: Yes

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)

Odd-eyed

Odd-eyed

Species: Elnin
Type: Mutation
Rarity: Rare
Region: Enmir
Is Hereditary?: Yes

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.

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