-all cruxites must have a substance flowing through their veins that is not normal blood
-the substance has to be able to move through veins and circulate throughout the body in some way
Examples of acceptable substances: Fire, sand, liquids, gases, sound, electricity, light, shadow, etc.
Examples of not acceptable substances: anything solid, string-like, large and chunky, like fabric, spaghetti, and beads.
Mixed blood: (rare) meaning the blood is not specific in it's type, and consists of more than one type.
examples- acid, molten metal, juice
This means the blood is made up of more than one type of acid, metal, juice, etc.
Mixed bloods are more likely to have genetic mutations and psychological disorders.
Non-mixed blood: (common) meaning the blood is very specific in it's type.
examples- sulfuric acid, molten iron, apple juice
So rather than just acid blood, liquid metal blood, or juice blood, the blood is specifically one type and one type only.
- normal blood
(there is only one exception. Other than that one, no cruxites are allowed to have normal blood.)
-the most common coloration for cruxites is black with at least one other bright color that marks the body
-it is uncommon for cruxites to be a dark color other than black, or to have darkly colored markings
-it is very rare for cruxites to be a bright color, and to have black markings or no markings at all
-it is common for cruxites to have 2-4 eyes
-it is uncommon for cruxites to have 6-8 eyes
It is rare for cruxites to have less than 2 eyes or more than 8
-pupils are common
-no pupils are uncommon
-no eyes is extremely rare
-having an odd number of eyes
-having more than 1 pupil
Limbs and tails
-having 4 limbs is common
-having 6-8 limbs is uncommon
-having less than 4 limbs or more than 8 is rare
-having 1 tail is common
-having 2-3 tails is uncommon
-having more than 3 tails is rare
-quadruped (meaning they walk on all fours...or how ever many legs they have) is common
-bipedal (meaning they stand up right and walk on two legs...or how ever many legs they have) is uncommon
-having an odd number of limbs
-having no limbs
-having no tail
-having 1 head is common
-having 2 heads is rare
-having more than 2 heads is extremely rare
-having no wings is common
-having 1 set of wings is very uncommon
-having more than 1 set of wings or an odd number of wings
-having teeth that are visible when the mouth is closed is very common
-having no teeth visible when the mouth is closed is very rare
(these are tooth-like protrusions on the outside of the mouth)
-fleshy spikes are common
-hard spikes, that are part of the skull are uncommon
-having no mouth spikes is extremely rare
-other mouth deformities are possible but rare
-having mouth spikes that aren't the same on both sides of the mouth
Head/body spikes, horns, and ears
(head and body spikes are kind of like mouth spikes, just in different places on the body)
-having fleshy spikes that mimic ears is common
-having fleshy spikes that mimic horns is rare
-having spikes that are part of the skull and mimic horns is uncommon
-having spikes that are part of the skull and mimic ears is very rare
-having normal ears
-having normal horns that are not covered by skin
-having both male and female reproductive organs (or a combination of the two) is uncommon
-having no reproductive organs is uncommon
-having violent or unstable personalities is common
Other Genetic Mutations
-having more than 1 tongue
-having extra or missing organs
-changing appearance when angered
The prices will vary depending on the rarity of the traits the cruxite has. See my concept sketches for examples.