This trait gives mhoats a large pair of wings made of two sections that strongly resemble those of moths and butterflies. They are capable of flight, but are fairly delicate so most mhoats with these wings must pay special attention to protecting them from damage.
This trait gives a mhoat a tough shell on the back that can sprout and withdraw a pair of feathered wings; these wings can be either soft and feathered wings formed from the mhoat's plating or made of a mhoat's own goo. When it comes to flight, these wings only allow a mhoat to glide short distances when taking off from higher elevations rather than full flight.
These wings resemble the fins of various types of rays, such as manta rays or stingrays. These wings always have some sort of goo present along the underside and these patches of goo usually resemble vents or gills. Additionally, some manta wings will display a thinner membrane along the lower edge of the fin, but this detail isn't always present. These wings aren't capable of any type of flight, but they do help land mhoats swim better underwater.
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Manta Fins (Mutation)
These fins resemble the fins of various types of rays, such as manta rays or stingrays, and replace the goo fins that are standard in aquatics. This means they are unable to transform these fins in the same manner as their fellow aquatics and land mhoat cousins. These fins always have some sort of goo present along the underside, usually in the form of vents that can tend towards functional or decorative. Additionally, some manta fins will display a thinner membrane along the lower edge of the fin, but this detail isn't always present.
This trait gives a mhoat a unique pair of wings that are collapsible and often made up of the mhoat's own goo; these wings do allow a mhoat to glide for short distances when jumping from an area of high elevation but don't seem able to allow flight. When not in use, these wings are stored in an extension of the mhoat's plating that forms a hard shell and resembles the carapace of a beetle.
This trait isn't so much a wing as a type of skin draping that extends from the shoulders and mimics a cape. This trait has a lot of variety and can be highly decorative, even taking on the goo color to appear sheer and veil-like. At its highest coverage, this wing type can extend to the front of the body to resemble a poncho. This trait can mimic the shape of other wing types and can be layered to appear like multiple wings, but since these aren't true wings they cannot appear to be functional when drawn and do not allow a mhoat to fly.
These large feathered wings are capable of flight and resemble the wings of many different types of birds. Given these wings are covered in feathers, mhoats with them will often have to practice some level of upkeep to keep those feathers in flight condition.
This trait gives a mhoat insect-like wings that have a single section and mimic those found on flies, beetles, and bees. These wings allow the mhoat to glide short distances when taking off from higher elevations, but don't seem able to sustain flight.
These fanciful wings can appear in either one or two pairs and are made of a rigid framework joined by membranes formed from a mhoat's own goo. Given their larger size, these wings are capable of flight beyond just being aesthetically pleasing.
This trait gives mhoats a medium-sized wing that appears to be fairly solid without a membrane forming the bridge between the joints that give these wings form, but the underside of these wings can display a mhoat's goo. These wings are capable of gliding short distances when jumping from higher elevations but don't seem able to fly with them outright.
These small vestigial wings have very little form and seem to be largely made up of fur to create their shape, mhoats with shorter fur will often just have small nubs sprouting from their back. These wings are not capable of any type of flight and appear to have more of a decorative quality when present on a mhoat.