A new subtype has been discovered!
New Savannah Subtype!
With the Summer Solstice coming to an end the Arc lab discovered a new Xero subtype and now shares their findings with everyone!
a warm welcome to the grassland-running savannah subtype!
Savannah Xeros are specially adapted to run fast in their native grasslands and protect themselves from the elements of that environment. Notable features include a mane to protect their backs from UV damage caused by the hot sun and Hooves that help them navigate the rocky hills and sweeping stretches of land. In addition, Savannah Xeros feature longer limbs to allow them to run faster and see over tall grass easier.
The Savannah Subtype features 3 new subtype-specific traits!
A long fluffy mane that can cover part or all of a Xero’s back, or even go onto their tail! The primary purpose of the mane is to protect the Xero’s back from UV damage from the sun, since there is not a lot of shade on the open grasslands this trait evolved on. Plus, it also serves as a fashion statement.
An adaptation for moving swiftly on wide-open grasslands. These hooves are rounded, modified claws whose purpose is to protect the Xeros feet from rocks and difficult terrain while running. Since these hooves can see some extra wear and tear it is recommended to clean them out daily.
This subspecies-exclusive trait allows a Savannah Xero to run faster than their non-savannah cousins and see over tall grass. While a Standard Xero would have stockier limbs that form rounded hands and paws, a Savannah Xero has longer skinnier limbs that taper near the ends to form a digitigrade look while they are standing up.
All three of these traits can be obtained by making a Savannah Xero with a Notable Xero Orb! If you wish to add these traits to your existing Xero please visit the Atelier to use the brand new Savannah Vial and Savannah Beaker!
Thank you all for supporting us for two amazing years, we simply cannot wait for the future and what is in store for this project, Happy Anniversary Project Xero! Here is to many more years to come!
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