Horn Type Traits

Horns are one of the Kirunhound’s defining features and come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

  • Horns do not shed, and are a permanent feature that will grow over time as a Kirunhound ages.
  • Horns naturally face forward, or directly upward.
  • Horns are very sturdy as they’re used for battle. However, it is possible for horns to break, designs may include horns with chips, dents, bends or other damage related alterations.
  • Horns may be any color, and can have some variation such as darker tips, or faint markings.
  • Glowing effects can be earned through character story growth.

Common:

Classic Type Horn:

Rounded, smooth, and without any sharp angles.


Uncommon:

Warrior Type Horn:

Long, sharp with a kink roughly half way.

Healer Type Horn:

Short, stubby. Can be edged or smooth.


Rare:

Ram:

Double horns that curve back near, or around the ears.

Dual:

Two smaller curved horns that face backward.

Smooth:

Lacking any visible horn.


Legendary:

Drake:

Double small horns, with frills or small spikes that frame the jaw line and back of head.

Hind:

Single deer like antler, can face forward or back. Size and shape will vary.

Multiple:

Adds a classic, warrior or healer type horn, with smaller horn additions. These can be smaller dual horns or nose horns.