Traits

Antennae

Antennae (Standard)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Antennae are the most common trait displayed by Xeros. These sensitive feelers enhance a Xero's senses and help them navigate in difficult environments. The antennae can be many different shapes and lengths, and can be present on the head, back, tail, and other places, such as on the cheeks like 'whiskers', or on the back of the limbs. Antennae are soft and flexible.

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Ru Berry.
Horns

Horns (Unusual)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Horns are a somewhat uncommon trait for a Xero to have; these protrusions are hard, shiny, and slightly translucent, just like the Xero's claws. Much like the antennae, horns can be many different shapes and lengths, and can be present on the head, back, tail, and other places, such as on the cheeks, top of the snout, or on the back of the limbs. 

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Horns Fruit.
Venomous

Venomous (Notable)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Venomous Xeros are quite rare, and not very much is currently known about why some feature this trait. Scientists speculate that it is a leftover adaptation from their previously insectivorous lifestyle. Venomous Xeros have a pair of modified saliva glands that can deliver venom through grooves in their upper canine teeth. However, they have complete control over these glands, and are able to produce regular saliva the majority of the time, so it does not negatively impact their lives in any way. Even Xeros who do not posess venom are immune to its affects, so there is no cause for concern!
The most notable visual feature of venomous Xeros is that their flesh is a fully saturated, neon color, to serve as a warning of their toxins. They also feature neon-colored markings surrounded with a dark outline for high contrast. These markings can be any shape, such as stripes, spots, rosettes, stars, and more.

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Venomous Fruit.
Bioluminescence

Bioluminescence (Anomaly)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Bioluminescence is a very rare trait sometimes observed on Xeros. Chemical reactions within the cells of these Xero's skin produce a vibrant glow that they can control at will; however, the original function of this adaptation is currently unknown. Xeros that are bioluminescent feature some or all of their soft tissues that are a fully saturated, glowing neon color.
 
How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Bioluminescence Fruit.
Retractable Claws

Retractable Claws (Unusual)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Some Xeros may have retractable claws; however this is a not a common adaptation. These claws are slightly more pointy than the standard Xero claws, but are otherwise exactly the same when not retracted inside. When not in use, they just show up as simple slits on the paws, sometimes hidden by the fur.

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Retractable Claws Fruit.
Marine Fins

Marine Fins (Marine)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero (Marine subtype)

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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.

How to get this trait
This trait can only be added to Marine Xeros, or by using a Marine Vial on a Xero that has the "Glitched" status.
Extra Body Parts

Extra Body Parts (Glitch)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

How did that happen?!

Saber Fangs

Saber Fangs (Notable)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Saber fangs
are a very rare mutation to see on a Xero. These long canines protrude much further from the Xero's mouth than is normal for their species. This can give them a rather intimidating appearance!

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Spikul Fruit.
Slimy Skin

Slimy Skin (Notable)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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It is very rare to see a Xero with slimy skin. Xeros with this trait have extra slimy skin, coated with protective mucus. The slime only affects areas of visible skin, such as their inner ears, paw pads, and tongue. This trait could be combined with the Hairless trait to have slimy skin on other areas of the body.

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Goodroop Fruit.
Dazzle

Dazzle (Notable)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero

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Eating a certain berry can trigger the skin of a Xero to build new amino structures, mimicking the microscopic elements present in the jewel berry and presenting a metallic like sheen similar in refractive performance. This rare mutation gives Xeros the dazzle trait; shiny, metallic, or glittery flesh, presenting itself on the insides of their ears, tongue, paw pads, and pouch. It can also sometimes give them glittery or shiny markings in their fur!

 

How to get this trait
This trait can be added to your Xero by giving them a Jewel Berry.
Jungle Patagia

Jungle Patagia (Jungle)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero (Jungle subtype)

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Jungle Xeros can have patagia - that is, loose flaps of skin connecting from each wrist to hip. These patagia allow the Xeros to glide short distances, such as from tree to tree, or slow their fall like a parachute. Much like the patagia of a flying squirrel, they are extended with the aid of specialized wrist bones and the loose skin can fold up against the body when not in use.

How to get this trait
This trait can only be added to Jungle Xeros, or by using a Jungle Vial on a Xero that has the "Glitched" status.
Jungle Camouflage

Jungle Camouflage (Jungle)

Category: Body Mutation
Species: Xero (Jungle subtype)

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Jungle Xeros can be mixotrophs, that is, they can grow plant structures to photosynthesize! This can include things such as leaves and flowers, which can be located anywhere on the Xero's body. This also helps them blend in with their leafy surroundings.
 
How to get this trait
This trait can only be added to Jungle Xeros, or by using a Jungle Vial on a Xero that has the "Glitched" status.
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