AKA lynx tufts or lynx ears. Ears with tufted ear tips have a longer tuft of fur at the tips of the ears compared to the fur on the rest of the ear.
This trait can be stacked with any other ear traits (ex. for "lynx ears" combine tufted ear tips with perky ears).
Large ears are more than one half the height of the head proportionally, and allow slightly more flexibility as far as shape goes compared to other ear traits. Large ears should be no longer than the full height of the head.
This trait can be stacked with any other ear traits except mega lop ears.
Soosh with mismatched cheek shapes have one shape on one cheek, and another shape on the other. This trait MUST be stacked with cheek shape - shaped, however, only one is necessary for both cheek pouches (for example, if you wanted to do one heart and star, you would not need one shaped cheek pouch trait for each shape--just the one is sufficient!).
Large bandanas have no definitive maximum size limit, and can be worn on any part of the body--usually around the neck.
This trait can be stacked with any other bandana trait except small bandana and obi bandana (unless the soosh has more than one bandana). Large bandanas are worn in many different styles--check the masterlist for more examples and inspiration!
*Note that bandana traits must ALWAYS be stacked with a knot trait!
Trailing ribbons are knot "tails" that are longer than the size of the bow/knot itself. Trailing ribbons can be as long as twice the full length of the soosh's body (this is pretty flexible, but they should generally not be much longer than this!)
Note that this trait must be stacked with another knot trait! Trailing ribbons are considered to be a modifier to a soosh's knot, and not the knot itself (for example, a soosh with a bow that has very long tails should be listed with two traits for its knot: simple knot and trailing ribbons).
Multi-color bandanas are those that, rather than being one solid color, are colored in a two-three color gradient across its length. Colors should be gradiented (blending into one another where two colors meet), rather than being solid blocks of color.
*Note: when this trait is stacked with multiple bandanas, it can appear in one of three ways: 1.) multi-color on one bandana only, 2.) multi-color on more than one bandana in the same colors, 3.) multi-color on more than one bandana in different colors. It is not necessary to have more than one multi-color trait in order to apply this trait to more than one bandana.
Soosh with multiple bandanas can have up to three! This trait can be added again to add up to 3 more, if desired. When stacked with other bandana traits, they can be applied to all bandanas or just one (it is not necessary to add more than one bandana trait if you'd like to apply it to more than one).
Decorated bandanas have small accessories or flourishes sewn, embroidered, or pinned into the fabric, or tied into the knot. This could include buttons, charms, lace or fur trim, a fringe, and more! Only one decoration per trait. (ie. if you wanted a bandana with lace and a charm, this would be two separate traits)
(Merged traits: bandana lace, bandana fringe, decorative trim, bandana charm)
Accessory bandanas are tied to accessories worn by the soosh (such as on a hat or cloak). As the bandana is magically bonded onto the soosh's body, this means that the accessory it's tied to is as well, so neither the bandana or the accessory it's tied to can be removed!
A pouch attached to a bandana. The pouch can be used to carry items, or worn over the soosh's head like a hood.
Note that this trait is considered to be a modifier, and must be stacked with either small bandana or large bandana. This trait can be stacked with any other bandana trait except accessory bandana (meaning: you cannot attach a pouch onto an accessory bandana). These traits can, however, be used at on the same soosh when stacked with multiple bandanas.
Merged traits: bandana hood, traveler's bandana
The tail, rather than being "natural," is an inanimate object instead. If the object is a food, this trait is sometimes referred to as "edible tail;" if the object is a plant, it may be referred to as a "floral tail." Object tails generally function as the object should (for example, a plant tail could wither and grow flowers/fruit).
The object itself can theoretically be anything, however, if the object is living in some way (this includes artificial intelligence), the tail should be classified as a sentient tail instead.
(Merged traits: edible tail, floral tail)