Traits

3 MP Crown (or lower)

3 MP Crown (or lower)

Species: Elnin
Category: Crown
1 MP Crown (or lower)

1 MP Crown (or lower)

Species: Elnin
Category: Crown
No Crown

No Crown

Species: Elnin
Category: Crown
Eldritch

Eldritch

Species: Elnin
Category: Crown
Cloudlet

Cloudlet

Species: Elnin
Category: Crown

Resembles a small cloud or wisp of smoke.  

Trait Examples
cloudlet-1.jpgExample 1
cloudlet-2.jpgExample 2

 

Details:

  • Can be any color or combination of colors.
  • Cloudlet crowns can have some particle effects, but should not have any additional features such as "eyespots" or solid items like moons/stars/suns/etc in them.
  • Swirl designs are fine, but any pattering else you wouldn't normally associate with a little puff of smoke should be avoided.
  • Must only be one  wisp / cloud. The cloudlet should not be broken up into multiple pieces.
    • Exception: a Hybrid Cloudlet crown can contain multiple cloudlets.

Legacy:

  • Split from Elemental / Wisp
Item (Legacy)

Item (Legacy)

Species: Elnin
Category: Crown
Hydra (Legacy)

Hydra (Legacy)

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style
Multi-Tail

Multi-Tail

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style
Timber (Legacy)

Timber (Legacy)

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style
Fern (Legacy)

Fern (Legacy)

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style
Thicket (Legacy)

Thicket (Legacy)

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style
Bramble (Legacy)

Bramble (Legacy)

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style
0 MP Tail Size: Miniature

0 MP Tail Size: Miniature

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Size

Tails that are considered miniature version of their natural size.

Steppe

Steppe

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style

Merged from : Thicket mostly, w/ just a hint of Bosk and Bramble for seasoning.
General description: Steppe tails are high arcing, relatively inflexible tails. The fur on steppe tails falls in light layers similar to lagoon tails, but shorter and far less heavy. This tail actually has quite a lively bounce when an elnin is trotting along, giving elnins with steppe tails an impression of being perky and ready to break into a jaunting sprint at any moment. 

Things to keep in mind :

  • Steppe tails are really not very flexible. Think of it like the tail is one giant feather. It can flex a bit, but it's not going to curl around or bend back on itself without well.. breaking XvX;;;;.
Warren

Warren

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style

Merged from : Warren
General description : Perfect little cottonball bun tail.

Things to keep in mind :

  • Nothing to add, they are really just round masses of fluff attached to your elnin's bum. 
Meadow

Meadow

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style

Merged from : Weald / Bosk / Bramble
General description : Meadow tails are quite fluffy, with the fur being flipped and poofed in different directions.

Things to keep in mind :

  • Think of meadow tails as messy fox tails. They don't have to have the messy floppy styling if you would prefer to draw the fur more smoothed out, but I like to think meadow tails tend to struggle with bedhead fluff. >u<
  • Meadow tails should be kinda chunky in the middle and taper a bit at the end. 
Marsh

Marsh

Species: Elnin
Category: Tail Style

Merged from : Fen / Tundra
General description : Marsh tails can be described as squishy cat tails. They can be as fluffy or as thin as you like.

Things to keep in mind :

  • Generally, marsh tails end in a rounded tip. They can have some fur separation/fluff bits, but shouldn't be overly pointy.
  • The fur length/tail width should be more or less uniform down the entire length of the tail. There should not be any noticeable tapering at any point.
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