Cape

From left to right: Warm White with Cold Dawn cape | Warm Dawn with Cold Dusk cape | Warm Black with Warm Grey cape | Warm White with Warm Brown cape
From left to right: Warm White with Cold Dawn cape | Warm Dawn with Cold Dusk cape | Warm Black with Warm Grey cape | Warm White with Warm Brown cape

Cape is a marking that affects centaurs whole upper torso, coloring it completely with one solid color. It allows the upper torso to be independently colored without genotypes basecolor restrictions 


Marking edges

Capes only visible edge is where upper torso meets the lower torso, unless that area is covered by other markings. This edge can feature edge types above.

Marking rules

  • Cape cannot have holes. It's always a solid coloration, and affects whole upper torso. It can't be cut to resemble t-shirt cut or crop-top style. It's an uniform marking from head fingers, all the way to the end of marking range
  • Cape isn't directly skin color, even if it's colored with skin tones. Cape's colors cannot add skin nuances anywhere else on the centaur.
  • Cape can use basecolor sliders of any rarity or temperature, or natural color slider. They cannot use mutation or marking specific color sliders, unless they have the gene or mutation. For example, a centaur with Aurora can use aurora slider for Cape color as well.

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