Tail Type Traits


Common:

Standard:

Tapered tail with average sized fluke.


Uncommon:

Delicate:

Long and more narrow than normal, flukes will be very pointed. May have a wave or slight kink to the flow.

Fat:

Large, chunky tail that sits closer to the body, with large rounded flukes.

Curled:

Standard tails that curl either over the back, around the side, or underneath. Flukes can have curled points. Popokee with curled tail are capable of uncurling them when needed, the curl is only standard when at rest.

Hunter:

Tapered tail with a vertical fin in place of a fluke. May have one small guide fin along the top or bottom of the tail.


Rare:

Sea Snake:

Taper tail with no fluke, and flexible fins instead. Fins may cover both the top and bottom, or only one area of the tail.

Spiked:

Standard tail, that includes small dull spikes. Skin may also be lightly plated.

Lurker:

Tapered tail without any flukes, included rough ridges. May have scales and ridges that run up the back and to the neck.


Legendary:

Full Plant:

Replaces all semblance of normal tail with an additional plant similar to the Popokee’s main plant. May include a tapered base or nub.

Double:

Tail tip includes both a horizontal fluke, and a vertical fin.