Mhoats with this trait grow a thicker coat during cold months to the point their fur covers areas where normally only goo would be seen. Along with thicker fur, the winter coat tends to be lighter or a more subdued palette from the usual; mhoats with this coat fare better in the cold.
When this trait is present markings on the mhoat's body will glow in low light, this is due to the plating in these locations being thinner and showing the light goo naturally gives off through the markings. These glowing markings can either be existing markings on the mhoat's body or markings that only appear in low light.
Mhoats whose bodies are fused together; they may separate into individual mhoats for short periods of time. They will lack a shell at the points they were fused and often need to compensate for missing goo and internal structures by shifting their limbs inward and using the additional mass to balance their form. Each twin can have its own individual traits and goo colors, but these colors may not bleed into one another.
An example of how these conjoined twins might separate means one twin or the other would be missing some spinal structure, so to compensate, they would need to shift their limb inward so it can transform and make up for the parts of their body that are missing. Additionally, since they share a tail only one mhoat would have the tail, the other would be tailless.
Mhoats with this trait appear to be an empty shell moving about on their own, but the inner lining of these mhoats actually has a thin layer of goo. Mhoats with this trait are rather mysterious, they seem to be able to see and wander freely but don't appear to have the limbs or eyes needed to actually complete these tasks. This trait also tends to make the mhoat in question mute, but they may learn to communicate through either mundane or magical means.
Mhoats with this trait are able to take on a secondary form that is either much larger or much smaller than their original form. This transformation pushes beyond the normal body type alterations a mhoat can perform naturally on their body. Additionally, each form can have its own unique set of markings, colors, and traits but usually there are some details the two forms share.