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Fox Pattern Gene (This may have been suggested already)

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This pattern would be good for fox lovers, and the black parts could be colored with the pattern colors, but the white would be white no matter what (unless one of you finds a way it could be colored) the effects would be : +2 stealth, +2 camouflage BELOW: Badly drawn image of the pattern :'> (Someone please draw it better)

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We could have another fox pattern gene unique to the snowy biomes too! What if we had a fox pattern gene based on arctic foxes that would automatically alternate between 2 forms/patterns based on the season? In winter, it would have almost completely white fur while in summer it'd have white + grey fur or be just grey/blue. It could have +1 camouflage if it were completely white or dark in the right season but a downside of the gene could be that it takes time for the fur to change completely. This could cause a nicheling to have dark patches in the first few days of winter, causing it to instead have -1 camouflage or no change to the stat. Also, it could have a chance of not developing thick fur in time for winter so it could have -1 cold resistance or no added cold resistance. These would also apply to summer but reversed.

 

 

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I'm not entirely for the extra camo and stealth, but I do like the pattern itself!

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2 minutes ago, SkipTheMayonnaise said:

This pattern would be good for fox lovers, and the black parts could be colored with the pattern colors, but the white would be white no matter what (unless one of you finds a way it could be colored) the effects would be : +2 stealth, +2 camouflage BELOW: Badly drawn image of the pattern :'> (Someone please draw it better)

badly drawn fox pattern.PNG

I think you need to unlock it, because of the camouflage all the time AND stealth

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