Bun Tail (Standard)
This type of tail is just a tiny, cute fluff tail.
Kitten Tail (Standard)
This type of tail is similar to that of cats.
Wolf Tail (Standard)
This type of tail is similar to that of wolves or foxes. Very fluffy.
Kangaroo Tail (Mutation)
This type of tail is long, sturdy, and allows a vabbit to stand upright for long periods of time.
Tufty Tail (Standard)
This type of tail is similar to that of a lion. Very thin, has a fluffy tuft at the end.
Multi Tails (Mutation)
Vabbits with this trait can have anywhere from 2 to 5 tails. This trait may be stacked to allow more than 5 tails, but each instance of the trait will require a mutation stone to be applied.
Kneaded Eraser Tail (Mutation)
Can be any shape, really, but is rigid and stiff when not being kneaded. Can erase what has been written with Graphite Claws.
Draconic Tail (Winter Mythic)
This tail has a draconic appearance where the bottom of the tail forms thick ridges and the top often has some form of spiny, plate-like extrusions. This tail can be longer or shorter than the one shown and vary in how many ridges and spines are present.
Inkpot Tail (Spring Mythic)
Vabbits with this trait form a unique glass tail with a detachable feathery quill that can be used for writing. The ink that gathers in the bottom of the vial is always a color present on the vabbit's plates but the tail itself does not need to share these colors.
Gummy Worm Tail (Fall Mythic)
This trait gives vabbits a wiggly prehensile tail that doesn't appear to be made of flesh like the rest of the vabbit's body. Instead, should a creature take a bite of this tail they will find it has either a sweet or sour flavor with a gummy texture like the candy worms. This tail appears to be useful for vabbits who spend time in the deep underground where the pets are less socialized and little parasitic creatures are just as likely to enjoy a turtonic snack as much as a vabbit one.
Reptile Tail (Summer Mythic)
Vabbits with this trait form long, prehensile tails that can have a collection of small spines that form along the tail. When attacked or surprised a vabbit with this trait can choose to drop its tail, but it will grow back over time with the new tail being flesh-colored until fur covers it.
Squirrel Tail (Mutation)
Vabbits with this trait form long, wide tails that are extremely fluffy but can also support a vabbit's weight to assist them in bipedal mobility.
Stego Tail (Mutation)
This long flexible tail forms two sets of sharp spikes at the end and allows vabbits to stand on their back legs for extended periods by supporting their body weight.