Subtypes

Standard (Xero Subtype)

More information about Xero features as a whole can be found on the Species page.

Desert (Xero Subtype)

These Xeros are specially made to thrive in hotter, drier climates, and their exclusive traits reflect this. They usually have warm toned color palettes that are lighter in coloration; you wouldn't see a mostly black or dark brown Desert Xero as that would absorb too much heat. They are the smallest of the subtypes, averaging only 3 feet tall (90 cm).

They currently have two unique features that can only be found on this subtype: 
  • Desert Ears: Desert Xeros can have larger than average ears to radiate heat. They can be any shape (pointy fennec-like, rounded jackrabbit-like, etc.) Size can vary a bit, but is generally about twice the height of the head.

  • Desert Tails: Desert Xeros can have thick, fat tails like a gecko to store fat and water. Size & shape can vary, but think of a thick leopard gecko-like tail, or a big squishy tail reminiscent of a caterpillar or grub.

However, these traits do not have to be present on every single Desert Xero, they can have standard ears and a Desert Tail, or Desert Ears with a standard tail, or both standard features, but just a smaller stature.

Tundra (Xero Subtype)

Tundra Xeros are specially made to thrive in cold, arctic conditions. They usually have cool toned color palettes or designs with a large amount of off-white markings. You wouldn't see a mostly black or dark brown Tundra Xero. They are the largest of the subtypes, averaging about 5 feet tall (152 cm). 

They currently have two unique features that can only be found on this subtype:
  • Tundra Ears: Tundra Xeros can have extremely fluffy ears, the fluff is so long that the tufts of fur inside cover most or all of the visible skin and hangs outside the ears!

  • Tundra Fur: Tundra Xeros can have extra fluffy fur. Often shown as a super fluffy neck and chest area like a mane, but can also be extra fluffy on the undersides of the limbs, the tail, sides of the face, etc.

However, these traits do not have to be present on every single Tundra Xero, they can have standard ears and Tundra Fur, or Tundra Ears with regular fur, or both standard features, but just a larger stature.

 

Marine (Xero Subtype)

These Xeros are specially made to thrive in aquatic environments, and their exclusive traits reflect this. However, they are more amphibious than fully aquatic; they do not have gills and must breathe air, and can still walk perfectly fine on land. All Marine Xeros have webbed paws, and short, sleek fur. They are less fluffy than the other subspecies.

They currently have two unique features that can only be found on this subtype: 
  • Marine Ears: Marine Xeros can have extra small ears, or no visible ear flaps at all. This adaptation helps them be more streamlined underwater.

  • Marine Fins: Marine Xeros can have fins of any sort on various parts of their bodies. Fins can include whale-like dorsal fins and flukes, shark or fish-like tails, or any other sort of webbed fin. Fins can be located on their backs, tails, backs of their limbs, or even in place of their ears.

However, these traits do not have to be present on every single Marine Xero, they can have standard ears and Marine Fins, or Marine Ears with no fins at all, or both standard features, but just sleek fur and webbed paws.

Prototype (Xero Subtype)

Prototypes are the first Xeros that were created, and as such, many of them feature unusual glitches or traits not found in later Xeros.

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