This trait allows for eyes to be unique from each other. It even allows one eye to have a color completely unique from goo colors used on a mhoat's main body. This effect is separate from additional goo colors such as Dual Tone or Triad Goo.
When used in conjunction with the Odd Color Eyes trait, it allows the second eye to also have a color completely unique from goo colors used on a mhoat's main body, even a color completely unique from the first eye.
Mhoats with this mutation have faces that fade into goo at the crown of the head. One might think the small dots on their face are the eyes, but these are false eyes, instead, their eyes have receded into their goo and can be visibly seen through it.
This trait causes the vapor to trail from either part or the entirety of the eye when present. This vapor matches the color of the goo present in the eye, if it affects the entire eye it can be a mix of colors or just the primary color present in the eye. When applied, both eyes must match colorwise, but the vapor trail may affect different parts of each eye or only be present in one eye.
This trait causes the eyes to appear as if they are crying tears made of the goo color constantly. This eye type commonly appears to have no clear pupil or iris, but this is not a mandatory aspect of the trait and those details may be included.
Mhoats with this eye type have no defined pupil or iris with the entire eye displaying either one solid color or a solid color with markings.
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This trait allows a mhoat to have an iris that is a unique but usually simple shape. Some shapes commonly seen among mhoats with this trait are stars, crescents, diamonds, hearts, but many more shapes are possible.
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This eye trait allows for two colors to appear within a mhoats iris however the user chooses, but both eyes must match otherwise the heterochromia trait would be required. All colors present must still fall within the goo color limitations present in the design.
Mhoats with this trait either have eyes that are a faded version of the regular goo color or have lost an eye altogether. For a lost eye, the mhoat can choose to replace that eye with a prosthetic, in which case this trait would need to be applied. A glass eye is not required to match the mhoat's existing eye and can even be purely decorative, these details are up to the designer.