Horns that loop around and curve slightly in front of the head. Some say that Bubs that rolled around in the dirt frequently end up with horns like these.
Horns that go straight up, then curve back in a half-loop. Another common style.
Small horns that weren’t fully formed, but still quite adorable.
Some Bubbies take on the forms of other fauna living in their birthplace, like deer, meese, and other cervids, giving them antler-shaped horns.
Sometimes horns try to form into a halo, but get broken halfway. This style is called “bent” because it looks like someone bent their horns out of shape.
The most common of all ear types, the big, round goat ear is possessed by many bubbies.
Some Bubbies rely on echolocation to get around! But sometimes, they just have big ears because… They do!
Bubbies who are born or attuned to the sky can possess little cloud wisps instead of ears. (These clouds are even known to help keep a bubby airborn.)
Eons ago, Bubbies were originally winged, angelic creatures who watched over many planets. Since then, they have lost their angelic traits as they adapt to their new home. Very rarely, a bubby will be born with angelic traits, such as wings for ears.
Bubbies can also have canine ears! These bubs are always on high alert. Pointed ears can be curved, but not too round.
Round, slightly flared goat ears. The bubbies with these ears usually look very pensive or shy.
The adorable, floppy goat ear.
Floppy ears cannot go lower than the shoulder. For longer ears, see the uncommon trait [Rabbit (Lop)].
Pointed ears with a bit of fluff covering the passage. Bubs living in colder climates usually develop these.
Bubbies often possess a natural curiosity… One could say they are as curious as a cat!
Bubbies in colder climates are born with a larger amount of fur to protect their sensitive ears!
Sometimes, evidence of an actual ear is… difficult to find in a bubby. These bubs have extra EXTRA fluff (in any shape), instead of ears!
Reptilian bubbies (and some non) will sometimes have an external ear.
Certain Bubbies find themselves magically attuned to the water, and can have water constantly rushing around their heads in place of ears.
Interestingly enough, it’s been reported that Bubbies with paws, and EVEN LEGS for ears have been sighted! How Bubbies managed to pick this up is currently unknown, but they have been seen picking berries from higher bushes.
Bubbies who possess more magical talent than others are sometimes more attune to the elements, and it shows through their DNA. Flames can sprout from where a Bubby’s usual ears would go, making for an interesting challenge in regards to not setting their hovels on fire.