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Stone Goo

Stone Goo (Summer Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Stone goo creates cement-like silk that is sturdier than standard silk, but in turn, mhoats with this goo have less flexibility in transforming their goo. Small moss growth can sometimes be seen on this type of goo.

Sand Goo

Sand Goo (Summer Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Mhoats with this trait tend to have goo with a sandy texture and appearance with pieces of "sand" (silk) constantly shedding from their body. Because their goo lacks some stability, they are unable to make sheets of silk but can make an extra adhesive film whenever their goo comes into contact with water, at which point it darkens in appearance and sand will begin to drop in clumps that can be harvested and used as a spreadable glue.

Mhoats with this trait often tend to have seashells buried in their goo or stuck to the surface.

Floral Goo

Floral Goo (Spring Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Mhoats with this trait tend to have various types of plant life suspended in their goo.

Goo Lights

Goo Lights (Winter Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Mhoats with this trait appear to have an empty section of their body filled with strings of little twinkling lights.

Candycane Goo

Candycane Goo (Winter Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

This goo type always displays as some kind of stripes present on the goo. Up to 3 colors may be used and no color restrictions exist for this trait. 

Mood Ring Goo

Mood Ring Goo (Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

This type of goo shifts in color depending on specific stimuli a mhoat experiences; what causes the color shift is unique from one mhoat to the next and if two mhoats share a method of color shift (such as emotions), this does not mean they will share the same goo color. This color shift can affect all of the goo or only parts of the goo and can be caused by different stimuli such as emotions, seasons, weather, etc.

When submitting a mhoat with this design you will need to include a set of colors and either symbols or words outlining what causes the goo color to shift. You will also need to include in the comment section of the design approval what the exact method of color change is.

Spectrum Goo

Spectrum Goo (Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

This goo shifts across a pre-determined set of colors over time, mhoats with this trait are usually unable to control the color shift or even stop it to display only a single color. It's possible for this trait to only affect parts of the goo and leave other sections with a single color. When drawn a mhoat may be shown with all the colors of their gradient shown or only a few present.

When submitting a design with this trait you will need to have a gradient bar present as shown in the trait example so we can make sure it follows the trait guidelines above and so that anyone using the masterlist as a reference can easily pull the colors and replicate the gradient easily.

Goo Patch

Goo Patch (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Goo Patches is any goo placement that doesn't fall within the accepted minimum or maximum for mhoat goo, this trait can even allow retractable back limbs.

Spectral Plants

Spectral Plants (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Spectral plants only form on sections of the body that have goo present, they can be extended to other areas when paired with traits such as goo patch or goo growths.

Shell-less

Shell-less (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

This trait causes mhoats to lack the plating that normally covers the body, mhoats with this trait are less protected from the natural elements than their fellows. When this trait occurs in aquatics specifically, they tend to stick to shallow waters or live primarily in aquatic settlements, since their plating is normally protection against the water pressure of deeper waters.

 

*Aquatic mhoats with the shell-less trait by default will have the no vents mutation trait.

Goo Growths

Goo Growths (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats
Jelly-filled Goo

Jelly-filled Goo (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Mhoats with this goo type appear to have a second color of goo filling the insides of their bodies, this can be present over their entire body or only in sections. If done in sections, these can be shaped to resemble simple objects like stars, hearts, and other small recognizable shapes.

This trait is not required in mhoats with visible innards, such as skeletons, muscles, and organs, as these are the existing internal structures of a mhoat that happen to have a unique color.

Gutted Goo

Gutted Goo (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats
Goo Textures

Goo Textures (Standard)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Mhoat goo comes in multiple visual textures, all the ones shown here are standard.

Single Tone Goo

Single Tone Goo (Standard)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats
Water Goo

Water Goo (Summer Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Water goo functions like water and can have small white accents that mimic seafoam, little fish of any type can be seen swimming in and out of the goo.

Greyscale Goo

Greyscale Goo (Mythic)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

This trait allows mhoat's goo to have colors that range from white to black, which includes shades of grey that lack hints of color. Any color that has either a Saturation under 15 or a Value/Brightness under 5, falls under Greyscale Goo. Please use HSV/HSB to check, or input your Hexcode into Google, to see if this matches.

Aether Aspect

Aether Aspect (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

This mutation affects the goo and extremities, causing vapors that float away from the body before disappearing. 

Neutral Goo

Neutral Goo (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats
Galaxy Goo

Galaxy Goo (Mutation)

Category: Goo
Species: Mhoats

Galaxy goo allows for the goo to resemble space or the night sky and uses colors that fall outside the usual range allowed by standard traits. The base color of the goo may use pastel or shade goo while the stars use any colors that fall in the range of pastel, greyscale, or shade.

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