Traits

Dun (Sono)

Dun (Sono) (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Parent Trait: Dun (Uncommon)
Species: Bepotelkh
Fade

Fade (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A primary marking.

Dual color coat that fades from one color to another on a vertical axis (from head to tail).

Alternate Types
Farrow

Farrow (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A secondary marking.

Dark horizontal stripes with a bright center (based on wild boar piglets but please see the masterlist for examples of how the trait appears).

Gemsbok

Gemsbok (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

A primary marking.
Markings reminiscent of real-world gemsbok (but please see the masterlist for examples of how the trait looks).

Neapolitan

Neapolitan (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

A secondary marking.
A marking divided into three clean sections of color, typically with a light, medium, and dark shade with the light shade always being in the middle.

Okapi

Okapi (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

A secondary marking.
Striped markings on the legs and flanks, reminiscent of real-world okapis (but please see the masterlist for examples of how the trait looks).

Outline

Outline (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A secondary marking.
Applies to bepotelkh or sonoelkh. A marking appears to have an outline around it.


Does not apply to:
fade
sunset
sable
single
albino
tundra
point
plains
lineatus

Piebald

Piebald (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

This is a secondary trait.

Piebald is a real life phenomenon you can read about here. If you use the piebald marking, no other markings may overlap it because it is a lack of pigment (rather than just white spots). Piebald should appear natural and not in straight geometric shapes/lines or other perfect shapes.
See examples in the masterlist if making a MYO design. Must be white or off-white.

Alternate Types
  • Piebald (Sono) (Uncommon)
    Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

    This is a secondary trait.

    Piebald is a real life phenomenon you can read about here. If you use the piebald marking, no other markings may overlap it because it is a lack of pigment (rather than just white spots). See examples in the masterlist if making a MYO design. Must be white or off-white.

Piebald (Sono)

Piebald (Sono) (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Parent Trait: Piebald (Uncommon)
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

This is a secondary trait.

Piebald is a real life phenomenon you can read about here. If you use the piebald marking, no other markings may overlap it because it is a lack of pigment (rather than just white spots). See examples in the masterlist if making a MYO design. Must be white or off-white.

Plains

Plains (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A primary marking.

Light to medium color coat with darker mane, legs, tailtip, and nosetip.

 This marking type is a "complete coat" meaning it cannot be altered in how it appears.

Point

Point (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A secondary marking.

Single color coat with dark points at the nose, tail, and feet. Do not combine with: tundra, plains, or albino.

Ribbon

Ribbon (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

This is a secondary trait.

Ribbons of solid color with occasional interruption, similar to a ribbon seal.

Rosette

Rosette (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

A secondary marking.

Rosettes like that of a real-world Jaguar.

Sable

Sable (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

A primary marking.
An overall medium color with darker (gradient) points on the legs, nose, and along the back; and a light belly.

Saddle

Saddle (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A secondary marking.

A dark saddle-shaped marking along the back with a slightly lighter outline along the edges.

Alternate Types
Saddle (Sono)

Saddle (Sono) (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Parent Trait: Saddle (Uncommon)
Species: Bepotelkh
Sock

Sock (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

A secondary marking.

Leg markings that go over the top of Primary markings (and Secondary markings aside from piebald and melanic). Starts at the hooves and can run just a few inches above the hooves to covering the whole leg or anywhere in between. The top of the sock may be solid or a fade.
Should be symmetrical on both sides, but front to back can vary. i.e. front socks could be short and back could be taller.

Alternate Types
  • Sock (Sono) (Uncommon)
    Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

    A secondary marking.

    Leg markings that go over the top of Primary markings (and Secondary markings aside from piebald and melanic). Starts at the hooves and can run just a few inches above the hooves to covering the whole leg or anywhere in between. The top of the sock may be solid or a fade.
    Should be symmetrical on both sides, but front to back can vary. i.e. front socks could be short and back could be taller.

Sock (Sono)

Sock (Sono) (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Parent Trait: Sock (Uncommon)
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

A secondary marking.

Leg markings that go over the top of Primary markings (and Secondary markings aside from piebald and melanic). Starts at the hooves and can run just a few inches above the hooves to covering the whole leg or anywhere in between. The top of the sock may be solid or a fade.
Should be symmetrical on both sides, but front to back can vary. i.e. front socks could be short and back could be taller.

Splotch

Splotch (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Species: Bepotelkh

This is a secondary trait.

Large patches of color; generally darker patches on a lighter overall color but not always. Typically seen as a splotch of color on top of a primary color, with the splotch containing 1-2 darker shades/colors on top of that.

Spot (Sono)

Spot (Sono) (Sonoelkh) (Uncommon)

Category: Markings
Parent Trait: Spot (Common)
Species: Bepotelkh (Sonoelkh subtype)

This is a secondary trait.

Spots. Can be seen in a variety of (natural looking) arrangements.

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