Mothcats are able to have leafy antennae, manes, wings, and tails. The rarity of leafy traits depends on the shape of leaves used.
Common Leafy TraitsLeaves that are slightly lobed or not at all are considered common. These leaves are generally "whole" in shape but can have "teeth" along the edge, if desired. Examples include (but are not limited to):
Rare Leafy TraitsLeaves that have exaggerated lobes or sections are considered rare. Examples include (but are not limited to):
Ultra Rare Leafy Traits
Any leaves that branch off into groups or form in clusters are considered ultra rare. These types of leafy traits include vines, ferns, etc.Examples include (but are not limited to):
For ease of use, here are how the different combinations of trait and leaf rarity interact!
|Original Trait Rarity||Leaf Shape Rarity||Resulting Rarity|
(Leafy Antennae, Leafy Mane, Leafy Wings)
|Ultra Rare||Ultra Rare|
(Leafy Stick, Leafy Tail, Leafy Tufts)