A Bubby with classic features means that they possess goat-like traits, including goat nostrils and a stout snout.
Far often than none, Bubbies will take on the traits of a dog, or a canine. This includes a short to medium snout with an adorable wet nose to boot.
Bubbies will also take on the traits of a feline. From the small bridge of a housecat to a large nose of a tiger, bubbies can reflect them all.
Close to the canine, but with a more wild and rogue-like touch. The fox style head has a thin, pointed snout, made especially for sniffin’ and diggin’.
Sometimes more aerial-inspired bubbies will grow, or be born with a beak!
Cave-dwellers or cave-born bubbies will sometimes take on the traits of bats. Most of these bubs develop poor eyesight, but enhanced hearing and smell.
It’s uncommon, but sometimes bubbies can be found with two heads!
*This trait may be combined with a trait of equal or lesser value, or an additional trait upgrade must be used to combine with an ultra rare trait or higher.
**The heads may be two different head traits at the cost of an Uncommon Trait Upgrade.
Rarely, bubbies have been known to take on more reptilian, or dragon-like forms. These types are elusive though, and prefer to stick to their hoards of coal.
Shockingly, a few bubbies have been discovered with no skin or muscles on their heads! Yet, through the power of magic, they can still move their head and operate normally. While these bubbies LOOK spooky, they are generally the friendliest of the bunch!(***Note: This trait does not automatically get earless and eyeless: traits must be used separately.)
**The skull can be a skull of any type and shape.
Every now and then, a bubby with THREE heads will be born, otherwise known as a Cerberi! These bubbies are believed to have ties with the ancient guardians, but also tend to get in fights over their bodily autonomy.
**The heads may be two different head traits at the cost of an Uncommon Trait Upgrade. Three at the cost of a rare trait upgrade.