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Revision as of 18:55, 10 May 2020

Flowerbuns (or Florabuns) are a semi-open subspecies of the Misaverse. They can be used as companions to main species characters, or standalone characters, and resemble rabbits with plant-life growing on them.

General Information

Flowerbuns are small, rabbit-like, creatures, notable for the natural plant-life growing on them. These growths can be anything from typical plants, to succulents and fungi, and can cover just about any area of the Flowerbun.

The species sheet for Flowerbuns is available here. To summarise, Flowerbuns can have any amount of plant coverage and the plants can cover or replace any part of the body, although top of head, feet, neck, back and tail are most common. Plants can be real or fictional, and ears can be upright or lop. They don't have paw pads!

Flowerbuns may be created with applied traits (glowing, metallic, etc.), freely. For information on how to add these traits to an existing Flowerbun, please check the Salon Guide!

Flowerbuns may only have one kind of plant, unless created by Misa!

Types

Flowerbuns come in two major types: Standard and Greater. Generally, Standard are more commonly available, but have multiple restrictions, while Greater is rarer, but have very few restrictions.

Standard

Standard Flowerbuns plants can only be anything that isn't aquatic (on top of water is okay, fully underwater isn't), a tree, or any other "fruiting" plant. Any kind of standard flower, fungi or succulent is fair game, however, and this includes fantasy varieties. The amount of plant coverage is not restricted!

This is the kind of Flowerbun created by the Flowerbun Seed item, as well as the free MYO slot- in general, if a Flowerbun MYO does not specifically state otherwise, it creates a Standard Flowerbun.

Greater

Greater Flowerbuns lift most of the restrictions imposed on Standard Flowerbuns. Aquatic plants (and coral), trees, and any other plant are available!

Greater Flowerbuns are generally only available through special MYO slots from sales, and Official sales.

How to Obtain

Flowerbuns are available in a variety of methods, both through in-group activities and by purchase.

MYOs

MYO slot sales within the groups may include Flowerbun slots, both in Standard and Greater. These can be purchased and used like other MYO slots within the group.

MYO slots may also be awarded through various means, such as events.

Free MYO

All Mothcat or Floriette members get one free Standard MYO slot. This has no item, and you don't need to do anything to claim it- if you're a member, you have a slot. Even if you're a member of both, you only get one slot, however!

This slot does not expire, and does not become invalid even if you get a Flowerbun by other means before using it.

To redeem, follow standard MYO procedures, with your proof of ownership being [Free Standard MYO].

Pre-Made Designs

The major means of obtained a pre-made Flowerbun is Amity Park, although they may also manifest as sales or in events, as examples.

Amity Park

At the first day of every month, there is a chance for a pre-designed Flowerbun to appear in one of the five Amity Park locations.

  1. These Flowerbuns can be tamed via a similar process as companions, however they require seeds instead of bait.
  2. Seeds can be bought at Z's Flower Shop in exchange for Flower Tokens.
    1. Please note that Acorinas cannot be used to tame Flowerbuns!
  3. Users must wait 24 hours after admin response to try for a Flowerbun again (this includes new Flowerbuns and repeat tries for the same Flowerbun).
  4. After any confirmed taming attempt (no matter whether successful or not) you have to update your Mothcat Bank with the following form (see also Managing User Banks):
Link to Comment Chain:

New Seed Count:

When you have successfully tamed a Flowerbun:

  1. You will receive a note with the full sized artwork.
  2. To officially register them to the masterlist, you have to note Misaverse with the following form:
Registration of a tamed Flowerbun

Proof of Ownership: (Link to the stash file where the Flowerbun was tamed)