HAPPY SUNMOON RELEASE! this is the way overdue part two of the starter crossbreeds/variations to celebrate the sunmoon release! my reasoning behind these was cats x cats… houndoom being the exception, since this whole thing was requested by (x)and its her fav. i have extras i want to cross these starters with too, so you might see some strays here and there occasionally
let me know who your favorite is and if youd like to see popplio too! litten ver. rowlet ver. popplio ver.
This mutation is caused by an over abundance of testosterone,
the hormone that controls the growth of the horns. The condition most
often appears in males. The dragons certainly look formidable but are far
less agile than the average pearlcatcher. They must have a thick, muscular neck in order
to lift their heavy head.
This unusual mutation results in horn(s) that point forward instead of backward. It is theorized that this condition is caused by improper diet, resulting in horn(s) that droop during growth. No treatment has yet been discovered.
Named after the Greatshell from the sandswept delta, these horns are not a mutation, but are purposefully molded during the pearlcatcher’s youth. The original intention was to stave the hatchling’s aggression and instill subservience. It is now a symbol of prestige.
Named after the Wetland Unicorn, these horns are incredibly sharp with smooth ridges. Sightings are rare, thus, not much is known about this mutation. Some suspect this may be an aesthetic modification, presumably artfully carved and sanded at adulthood.
irenawozniak Trying to figure out, how to work with my students, when all studio is being used for @onpointefilm movie. Great opportunity for our students to be involved in this project. @averygayofficial working on Coppelia ,trying to be quiet 😊😉