Shapely Horns (Mutation)
These horns can appear like stars, hearts, musical notes, and a variety of other simple shapes.
Hissy Horns (Summer Mythic)
These horns appear snake-like and even move and behave like living snakes despite not having a mouth or actual eyes. These horns may be retracted down to little nubs or extend further than the example shown.
Tri Horns (Mutation)
This style of horn allows for a mhoat to have a set of three horns present, it may be combined with multiple types of horns meaning any combination of horns could be present on a mhoat with this trait so long as the rarity of individual horn types is kept in mind.
Halo Horns (Mutation)
This unique horn type causes two individual horns to merge into a large halo atop the mhoat's head.
Shield Horns (Mutation)
The extensions on shield horns may be freely shaped beyond what is shown in the example.
This trait allows mhoats to have a variety of branching horns that sweep back from the crown of the mhoat's head.
Reindeer Antlers (Mutation)
Mhoats with this trait form horns resembling this seen on reindeer with the horn forming an arc at the crown with the branches spreading toward the front and back of the horn.
Inkcap Horns (Mutation)
Mhoats with this horn type form horns that resemble the caps seen on inkcap mushrooms with little drippy bits forming along their edges.
Pearl Horn (Mutation)
This horn type is a single bead-like horn that forms on the center of the mhoat's forehead.
Unicorn Horn (Mutation)
Mhoats with this horn type for a singular smooth or spiraling horn that resembles those seen on unicorns.
Mhoats with this trait don't form any horns at all.
Ember Horns (Mutation)
Mhoats with this horn type form tiny curved horns with a spiral at their base, resembling a little ball of fire.
Dumpling Horns (Standard)
These cute round horns form at a little point at the top and resemble little dumplings. Some of these horns can even have the little folded indents to appear more like the food.
Snail Horns (Standard)
Mhoats with these horns form a short, tightly coiled shape that resembles snail shells.
Bull Horns (Standard)
This type of horn extends out from the side of the head and can be either curved or extend straight outward.
Curved Horns (Standard)
Mhoats with this horn type form curvy horns that can either sweep back from the crown or curve forward in a variety of appearances.
Ram Horns (Standard)
This horn type gives a mhoat large horns that sweep back from the crown of the head and spiral back and under the mhoats ear.
Gazelle Horns (Standard)
These long upright horns are a simple and common horn type seen among mhoats.
Spike Horns (Standard)
Mhoats with this trait form short spike-like horns and are one of the more common types of horns seen among mhoats.
Nub Horns (Standard)
Mhoats with this horn form very short stubby horns that form a little dome shape.