The Standard; this means all pillowing normally apply to this. These are the most common and most seen in pillowing traits.
Common; while these traits aren't standard they are around enough not to blink an eye at them. They stand together with the Standard.
Uncommon; not something you see around a lot, but we know they're around. Little easier to spot compared to Commons and Standards.
Rare; These stand out from the crowd, you don't see them every day after all.
Very Rare; like the rare pillowings, you almost never see these around.
Illegal; Anything with this red dot means it will not be available for Custom Commissions or MYO events. This is strictly for the artist to use for her pillowings.
Bob: Short round upright ears. Because of how short they are they can't really droop. Very perky.
Standard: Normal upright ears, these are most likely what you'll see on you every day pillowing.
Perky Long: Rather silly looking ears, but some people like to have more to decorate. Pillowings have full motion of their ears, even the tall upright ones like bunnies.
Droop: Some pillowing's ears are heavier than others. While they still can move them pretty freely, sometimes due to their filling their ears might droop down naturally instead of perking upright.
Medium Droop: For pillowing owners who are looking for a more puppy style pillowing. Like the Droop they still have motion of their ears but normally let them sag down.
Droop Long: Some people prefer the drooping bunny look for their pillowings. They even over stuff their ears so they can't hold them upright at all. They still have some limited motion in their ears. But too heavy to lift completely upright.
Earless: As we mentioned before, ears are just for aesthetics so really there is no need for them on a pillowing. Most people do prefer theirs with ears, you very rarely would see one without.
*** Hair: This isn't a pillowing ear style, but it has to do with the head. There is no reason for a pillowing to naturally have hair, this is purely a cosmetic design. Just one more thing to have trouble cleaning!
Standard: The average pillowing does not have teeth. Pillowing are usually comfort animals, live strictly indoors, animated stuffed animals. They do not eat and have no need to chew.
Teeth: Some people like to get teeth customs with their pillowing. Teeth can be a danger to the pillowing and to other pillowing in the house. They have a chance at tearing their own fabric bodies if they're not careful which is why most people opt out of teeth. Because teeth are custom added, they can be any color.
Fangs: This is very rare, but some people will actually keep a territorial pillowing in their home or office armed with claws and teeth like a security dog. If trained right, pillowing make very excellent guard companions of you and your home. They still pose a big threat to themselves and especially other pillowing.
Standard: Pillowing do not need eyes to see where they are going. They normally just have sensory in their body to direct them around objects and towards people. Like being attracted to people's auras. This is the cheapest way to get a pillowing.
Buttons: A lot of people like to decorate their pillowing and will custom theirs with Button eyes to accessorize and match a theme. This is pretty normal to see around.
Beads: Not seen as often as buttons or closed, when people are looking for more "eye like" facial features but don't want to pay the extra cash for Open/Dark Eyes they usually pick the simplified bead eyes.
Open Eyes: When being crafted the pillowing's eyes are embroidered onto the head to create a case for pupil marbles. It just looks like craft work until they come to life and become full animated - they then look like normal living eyes.
Dark Eyes: Like the Open eyes, it's all just embroidery work but instead of a white eye background they use black.
*** Pupils for Open Eyes: When most people get the Open/Dark eyes they will get the standard round pupil, but there are other rare marble eye shapes that can be used for pupils for those who want to be creative.
Standard: Pillowing have no need for tongues other than to act more animal like by licking their owners or themselves. There is no saliva produced in their mouths so it's just like having a soft piece of fabric lapping at you.
Slim: Thinner tongues aren't as common as the round standard but there for cosmetic purposes.
Forked: Purely cosmetic for stylized pillowing.
Standard: Much like teeth, pillowing normally do not have any claws as it can be a danger to themselves and other pillowings. Because they have no need to claw or climb, there really isn't a reason they need them.
Nails: Some people still like to get pillowings with claws, mostly so they can accessorize them and paint them different colors. They have to be careful to keep them filed and dull so their pillowing will not accidentally scratch itself and tear the fabric or hurt other pillowings when they play.
Claws Like the fangs, claws on pillowing are extremely rare and really only ever used on guard pillowings. A means to protect their territory from other pillowing, animals, or even people. When trained right, these pillowings can viciously guard anything.
Retractables: This is extremely rare but a great feature for those who have the extra spending money. For people who want claws but not all the time can safely have their pillowing tuck them away into their paws until it's time to paint them or leave them to guard the house.
Standard: When being sewn together the paws are normally just flat standard fabric used. This is the cheapest option for most people.
Padding: Some people like to get a little extra protect for their pillowing's feet and have extra fabric or padding sewn onto their paws so they don't wear out as fast.
Paw Pads: A lot of people really like to keep them closer to actual animals and will order them with animal like paw pads.
With or Without a tail, a "knot" must always be present on the rear end of a Pillowing. This is very important and what holds them together.
Pillowing have full range of motions with their tails. They normally use them for play and self defense even if they have teeth or claws. They just prefer to use their tails if they have them.
Pillow cases on the tail can be open for the pillow to peek out or completely sealed. This is an option for all pillowing owners.
Standard: The generic pillowing tail, think your average bed pillow as a tail. They can be enclosed in a case or left open to see the pillow peeking out.
Long: Some people like to have those longer body like pillows, even pillowing do too! These make for excellent sleep aids for people and pillowing alike.
Short: Not everyone likes their pillowing's tail dragging along the ground. Especially if they travel or go outdoors. This perky tail is the perfect way to help keep them cleaner a little longer.
Bob: Like the short ears, a lot of people like to match the tails. They can some in shapes like squares, circles, or just a twisted knot of a pillow that stands upright from the base knot. This is very rare since pillowing like to have access to their tails for sleeping, comfort, and defence. Because they are so short they don't get that.
Knot Only: Very very rare, most people never have a pillowless tailed pillowing. For most people it really defeats the purpose. Sometimes accidents happen and a pillow loses it's tail. If the ownes can't afford to get it fixed or simply choose not too, that pillowing has to work harder to make adjustments.
Slim: Pillowing with thinner tails have an easier time getting around the house quietly. They can sneak, almost slither, through the rooms without being noticed. They seem to have a lot more control over their tails than the others.
Standard: Most common among pillowing to have a standard bed-like pillow for a tail.
Wide: Pillowings can come with an over stuffed tail that is very large compared to their size. Sometimes it can even be the same size or bigger than the pillowing itself! This makes it harder for the pillowing to get around though having to drag around their tails. They still have motion control over their tail but are slow and clumsy with them. They do however love to sleep on top of their own tails though! Other pillowing even seem to flock towards them into a pillowing pile for nap time.
There will be different art bases for each "size" of pillowing. So when you adopt a pillowing depending on it's base art you can tell if it's a Kit, Standard, or Large.
Kit: This is considered the toy version of the pillowing species. They are great for on-the-go owners who need some comfort as they travel. They make great starter pets for children too. It's about the same size as a small cat.
Standard: Most common of all pillowing, the rough size of a small-medium dog, even an actual fox! These are the perfect at home companions and are often used for sleep aids.
Large: The most expensive of pillowing seeing how they take a lot of material to make. These pillowing can get as big as saint bernard dogs. An adult human could even ride one for a short period if they wanted too. These pillowing are recommended for large open homes only because they tend to bump into things and knock a lot of stuff over.
Pillowing Filling and Stuffing
When a pillowing is injured or coughs up, they don't bleed. They instead lose bits of their stuffing.
Pillowing can also have potpourri or scent packs inside of them to help aid their owner for sleep or anxiety. Great help for those who are home sick.
Straw: Hay, Straw, Grass, these are all different types of filler used. Especially in the country side. They usually are a bit stiffer and a lot more prickly. Not exactly the most comfy of pillowing.
Feathers: For those people who need something so soft it's lighter than air. These pillowing walk nearly in silence as they move around the house. These make for some of the best sleeping companions.
Cotton: The most common filling of all pillowing. It's the cheapest and easiest to get. It also lasts longer than most and goes longer without needing to be cleaned. Most standard pillowing come with cotton or wool filling.
Beads: Some people enjoy that beanie baby feel under their finger tips. Pillowing with this kind of filling have more noise than other pillowings, you can hear them shuffling around the house especially if you have tile or hard wood floors. Beads are usually plastic or styrofoam.
Fabric: People who make cheaper pillowings tend to use whatever they can get for filling. A lot of the time it means cloth, rags, shreds of random fabric. These pillowing a little heavier than feathers or cotton. They are usually pretty lumpy.
Sand: Sometimes people prefer to have something very firm. To use for cuddling or petting, these are some of the heaviest pillowing out there. Their heavy foot falls give them away when they're walking around the house. These also can me more dangerous because when they play and swat their pillows there is a lot more pressure to it thanks to the condensed sand filling.
Rice: This is normally a special side filling. Generally for people with pain problems or older folks, pillowing with this filling will heat themselves by heaters, fire places, any heat source then go and sit on their owners who are hurting. This is a means of comfort. These pillowing are regularly found in clinics and old folks homes.
Saw Dust: Like the fabric filling this is a cheaper option a lot of people dumb down for if they don't have access to feathers or cotton. It generally works pretty well but once in a while you'll get a prick from the wood shards inside that weren't ground up.
Accents and Accessories
Lace: Soft and delicate decorations for many rare pillowings. Can be applied to any part of the pillowing body.
Ribbons: These are seen often enough laced with pillowings either as an accessories or even sewn into the pillowing itself. More common than ruffles or lace.
Ruffles: Gentle and delicate look for most pillowings. Most fancy and decorated pillowings have ruffles. They must be cared for and often patched because during play the ruffles can easily tear.
Stitching: Stitching is the most common appearance in pillowings. Professionals can sew a pillowing back up like new, but at home for simple fixes you will see pillowing with threaded stitching where ever they had a rip or tear. A lot of people will also stitch designs into their pillowings as personal projects. Don't worry, the pillowing like it! They consider it like petting or grooming.
Fluff: Like fur a lot of people find comfort in petting curly fluff. This is usually applied to the head, neck, and even tails. Can be applied to any part of the body.
Fur: Some people are looking for the authentic pet feel without the responsibilities of a real pet. So people will use real fur or faux fur on their pillowings body.
Sheer: Light and thin fabric that is usually a shawl around the pillowing some how. Over the head, body, or pillow casing.
Patches: Most common among all pillowing. When pillowings tear or rip they can get patches. Professionals will seamlessly sew the pillowing back together with Stitching, but others prefer the patchy decorative work. This also works for decorative patches.
Buttons and Pins Buttons sewn into the pillowing body for decoration. Any item with a pin back like pin back buttons or broaches can be applied to a pillowing. It does not harm them.
Pom-Poms: Decorative, usually applied to ear tips.
Beading: Intricate beading patterns can be found on many pillowing. Can be applied anywhere on the pillowing body.
Tassels: Purely decorative, normally attached to the ear tips or tail.