Thylacine Stripes are a 2 part marking with a light patch beneath the stripes and the stripes themselves.
The stripes and the light patch can be any color, as long as the light patch is lighter than the stripes, and the markings do not exceed the area in the example.
Okapi markings have a dark color that runs up the legs and over the hinds and shoulders of the Enivi, as well as stripes and lighter markings.
These markings can be any color, as long as the faded leggings beneath the stripes are darker than the stripes.
The markings may not be larger than the shown example.
A ticked series of short hairs that are a slightly different color than the main coat.
This marking can be color-shifted with a Color Change Potion.
Note: This marking can be either added to the full coat, or as an enhancement to another marking.
The Peacock Appaloosa marking is fun and adorable, but when used with strongly contrasting colors it can cause eye strain, headaches, and migrains.
To prevent this, heavily saturated colors that also contrast sharply will not be allowed with this marking (for example, lime greens mixed with equally saturated purples).
If you're unsure of if your marking is acceptable, feel free to reach out to staff for help and input. (Including Tony, as he's not heavily affected by this marking)
Countershading is a marking where the entire underside of the Enivi is colored.
Frequently in nature this is seen with lighter colors only, but in the case of Enivi, you can choose any color you want. This marking can extend onto the underside of tails, and can be soft or hard-edged.
This marking cannot extend further than shown.