Species Guide: Arborlings

Arborlings are a semi-open species belonging to Midveil!
You can make your own arborling after completing our User Tutorial and receiving a free MYO!

Arborlings are born when an excess of magic is introduced to a seed. These little creatures come in all sorts of shapes. There is a lot of freedom when designing arborlings! However we ask that your arborling follow the basic anatomy guidelines.

What rarity would my desired plant be?

Please research your chosen plant on Wikipedia and/or a plant database to find it's classification/species name. If you are still having trouble figuring out what rarity your plant is, you can comment under the Sprout Rarity Index and we'll gladly help you out!

Common rarity plants are usually classified as herbs or herbaceous. Mose vines will also fall under the common category!

  • Flowers & Orchids such as... daisies, sunflowers, orchids, etc.
  • Grasses & Weeds such as... dandelions, pampas grass, barley, timothy grass, etc.
  • Ground Crops such as... lettuce, melons, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchinis, peppers, etc.
  • Root Vegetables such as... carrots, potatoes, rutabagas, turnips, radishes, etc.

Silver rarity plants can be anything with a woody stem, shrubs, subshrubs, lianas, trees (even if they have flowers on them), and aquatic plants.

  • Aquatic Plants such as... lemna minor, water spinach, sacred lotus, seaweed, wakame, sea lettuce, etc.
  • Fruit-bearing Trees such as... apples, papaya, peaches, avocados, coconuts, olives, papayas, almonds, lemons, vanilla, etc.
  • Trees & Shrubs such as... birch, aspen, red raspberry, Japanese maple, mountain laurel, beach rose, common ivy, etc.
  • Moss & Algaes such as... pincushion moss, iceland moss, ceratodon purpureus, marimo, bladder wrack, golden algae, etc.

Golden rarity are usually rare or specialized species of plants.

  • Fungi & Molds such as... chanterelles, fly agaric, enokitake, turkey tail, slime mold, aspergillus niger, etc.
  • Carnivorous Plants such as...venus fly trap, nepenthes rafflesiana, rafflesia flower, etc.
  • Succulents & Cacti such as... barbary fig, purslane, aloe vera, prickly pear, saguaro cactus, etc.
  • Parasitic Plants such as.. rafflesia.

Special rarity plants are reserved for official adopts only!

  • Mythical Plants & Extinct Plants ... Any plant that cannot naturally be found, from folklore, myth, or from pop culture.
  • Dead, Dried, or Sick Plants ... These are reserved for Blighted Arborlings only!

Can there be multiple arborlings based on the same plant?

Absolutely! However, these Arborlings must be unique and easily distinguishable from each other. Whether you use a different color scheme, markings, or a different area for plant growth. Designs that are replicas of others will not be approved. The mods reserve to right to deny designs they feel are too similar to a pre-existing arborling.

What traits do arborlings have?

We encourage you to be as creative with your Arborling designs as possible! Because of this, we do not have a set list of traits. You are free to be creative, so long as it does not stray from established anatomy. Arborlings MUST have small snouts, small paws, whiskers (up to three,) fatty underarms, bird-like feet, and bat-like ears. They are smooth-coated and have plump bodies. You are free to exaggerate these features to suit your own tastes! Other than these anatomy features, you are free to get creative with where the plant growth occurs, the type of tail, etc! Some traits, listed on the ref sheet, will require items to achieve! You can purchase these items via game stores.

Can my arborling have accessories? Is it free to change/remove accessories?

Yes, an arborling can have accessories and they can be changed or taken off whenever the owner pleases! This also applies to wigs. Wigs are treated as accessories as an arborling would not be able to have human like hair. If an arborling's "hair" is a plant growth though, you would need a Shearing Serum from the potion sellers to change or remove it!

Can my arborling have heterochromia?

Yes, heterochromia is not a mutation. However, colored sclera and shaped pupils are a mutation and would require the correct mutation item.

Can my arborling have a different body type (skinny, fat, tall, short)?

Yes, as long as the overall anatomy is similar an arborling can be as fat as you want or more on the slender side! The height cannot vary drastically, but there can be short arborlings and tall arborlings just like humans!

Can I commission someone to design my free arborling?

Arborlings were made semi-open for the purpose of providing a way for members without access to PayPal or adoptables to have a way to participate in our community. A common seed is provided upon membership as a free courtesy to our members. Due to the nature of them being free, we ask that you do not commission or take commissions for free Arborling MYOs. If you have purchased a slot either through an official sale, or a nursery sale, you may commission others to design your slot. We, however, please do not take advantage of this courtesy for monetary gain.

Can I trade my free arborling slot?

No, this is not a physical item but an opportunity for each member to create their own arborling to use for participation in the group. Once you have used your slot, the only way to obtain Arborlings is to purchase an additional MYO slot, or through trading.

What is a blighted arborling? How do I get one?

The "Blight" is a disease contracted by certain arborlings! Blighted arborlings are currently only available for purchase via official adopts, however, more announcements regarding them are coming soon in 2019!

How do I redesign my arborling?

You can redesign your arborling so long as it maintains some semblance of its original design and its filling! For minor redesigns, such as slightly saturating the colors, you don't need redesign items at all! However, changing markings and drastic color changes, you will need to buy items via Potion Seller's! For complete overhauls of designs, you will need to invest in a Redecorating Kit!

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