Sand Goo

Sand Goo (Summer)

Category: Mhoat Aethic Tones
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. The seashells buried in their goo or stuck to the surface are not required to follow a mhoat's normal goo color limitations since they are not part of the goo itself but instead treated as accessories.

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