Mane Type Traits

Popokee manes are generally decorative, and are made up of both thicker outer hairs, and a softer undercoat to help in colder waters.

Manes will always be a single natural solid color that falls in or outside the Coat Color, manes will only change when affected by markings, mutations, or Plant Location Traits.

Common:

Standard:

Natural hair that goes no longer than the shoulders and flows downward. Standard manes may cover just the head, or wrap around the full neck as well.


Uncommon:

No Mane:

Popokee lacking any visible mane.

Puff:

Gentle spikes of fur that face upward and encircle the full neck. May also cover the back of the head.

Ridged:

Stiff ridge of bristly hair along the back of the head, shorter fur may be present across the rest of the head, and neck.


Rare:

Long:

Long flowing hair that will reach the ground, and may run further down the back than normal.

Spiked:

Tuffed fur that lines the full neck, and all of the head. May have longer bangs or accents.


Legendary:

Curl:

Tight curls of hair, similar to sheep’s wool.

Patched:

Small patches of varied mane types, leaving areas of skin exposed. These may use only one type of mane, or multiple styles combined.