Midveil Redesign Guide

This guide will walk you through what changes you can make when redesigning your Midveiler. Some may require items, while some can be done for free! Each available change will be sorted under three categories: No Item Required, Requires an Item, and Not Allowed.

Regarding free redesigns, the new appearance must be minor. The examples listed in the redesign chart are meant to be stand alones, examples of minor changes you can make at any time without an item, however, they are not meant to be used all at once. They are meant to be used if, for example, you receive a design that you love, but have trouble with the freckles. Or if you love a design, but would prefer the eyes be green instead of blue! If you put the two designs side-by-side, and it is completely different from the original, you will require items.

If you are unsure your redesign idea will work, you can contact the proper mod using our Mod Directory to get a second opinion before submitting them.

No Item Required

Changing minor details does not require an item. This includes eye color, eyebrows, pawpads, nose, and tongue/mouth. This must be a color change - if you are adding a pattern/marking to these areas, you will need an item. Mutations added to any of these areas will require an item as well (for example, Melty Pawpads or Colored Sclera).

You can also remove minor spots like small freckles or sprinkles on an isolated part of the body. However, if the spots are a are a key part of the original design, it will require an item.

If you would like to update the masterlist entry with these minor changes, you can use a Fizzy Pop Punch to update the masterlist art with new artwork.

Minor hue & saturation changes do not require an item so long as the color can be easily achieved via a color slider. We understand that colors may vary from artist to artist. Saturation changes such as pastel pink to bright red, or a drastic hue change like green to yellow, will require an item.

If you would like to update the masterlist entry with these minor changes, you can use a Fizzy Pop Punch to update the masterlist art with new artwork.

Removing or adding accessories does not require an item! You are free to give your Midveilers clothing and accessories at any time. The only exception is Thimblets whose outfit may be part of their original scrap; in that case you would need to use Enchanted Scissors to alter the outfit.

If you would like to update the masterlist entry with these minor changes, you can use a Fizzy Pop Punch to update the masterlist art with new artwork.

Adding / changing hair or hair styles does not require an item! Hair is considered an accessory on Midveilers. A small tuft of hair on the head also falls under this minor change. If the “hair” is part of a mutation or plant growth, it will require a redesign item. (see next section)

Hoodie ears can also be styled (tied up, or worn loose) without using a redesign item.

If you would like to update the masterlist entry with these minor changes, you can use a Fizzy Pop Punch to update the masterlist art with new artwork.

Requires an Item

Adding / removing markings will require an item! Markings that are added must use existing colours. For example, adding some stripes or removing a stomach marking. Markings must still make sense with the theme (a princess cake strudel would not have skull markings). You can use a Redesign Kit to make a large amount of marking and color changes.

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Changing a marking color will require an item! These will change the color, but not the shape or placement of a marking. For example, changing a light pink stripe to burgundy. Colours must still make sense with the theme (a banana pudding strudel cannot be blue). You can use a Redesign Kit to make a large amount of color and marking changes.

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Trait changes will require the corresponding item! This includes upgrades and downgrades. For example, changing from one type of tail to another.

Can I apply a trait upgrade to a MYO slot? Yes! You will need to include the item in your masterlist submission.

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Adding mutations requires an item. To change the appearance of a mutation, you will need a Juicy Melon. If you would like to remove a mutation, you will need a Spooky Scary Serum.

Can I apply mutations to a MYO slot? Yes! You will need to include the item in your masterlist submission.

Related Items:

All mutation items are listed in our Mutation Guide.

Not Allowed

Unrecognizable from the original. Redesigns are not an alternative for MYO slots. Your redesign must resemble the original Midveiler in some way. If the Midveiler has a redesign active, please refer to the catalogued design when creating your redesign. If you find the design you want to do no longer resembles the original Midveiler, you will need to obtain a MYO slot. For example, a pink ombre cake strudel (pictured) cannot be changed into a floral-patterned strudel.

Mods have the right to decline a design that they feel is not recognizable as the original in some way. If you are unsure if your redesign is allowed, please contact the proper mod using our Mod Directory.

Doesn't resemble the theme. The redesign must resemble the filling/scrap/theme in some way, whether it be through the palette, markings, etc. Themes cannot be changed once a Midveiler is created, as this is the core essence of their design. For example, you can't redesign a rainbow cake strudel into a completely black strudel.

Mods have the right to decline a design that they feel does not resemble the theme. If you are unsure if your redesign is allowed, please contact the proper mod using our Mod Directory.


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