Welcome to #Annikers! This group is focused around my breed, the Anniker.
Here's some information to help you get started.
The breedsheet can be found here: [link]
How to get an Anniker:
This breed will be open for free creation once there is a lineart available for them. All Annikers must be verified by me to exist, and they will be given a number (that is not part of the horse's name, but must be listed clearly on the reference sheet).
Two existing Annikers may be bred together to get a foal.
Using your Anniker:
Annikers may be used for anything that you would like to use them for. They may be OC's or ARPG characters, whatever you would like. You may have freedom to do what you please with your horse.
If you no longer want your Anniker:
If you don't want your horse anymore, feel free to return it to me or sell it (notify the group first, please). If you plan to kill your horse, feel free to do so as long as the group is made aware of this and there are no agreements that must be met between you and anyone else regarding your Anniker.
Registering your Anniker:
To register your Anniker, first you must join the group. Then, submit the horse's ref into the appropriate folder (i.e. Mares, Stallions). Once it is accepted, your horse is registered!
<Breeding your Anniker:</b>
The only requirement in breeding Annikers is that they must be registered before they are allowed to breed. They can be crossbred, but must be at least 25% Anniker to be registered in the breedgroup.
Credit points for Annikers:
Currently under construction
The genetics of Annikers are very much the same as genetics for any natural breed of horse. Angel Dust markings are an anomaly and the color of the markings does not seem to have very much to do with the genetics. If a horse with Blue Angel Dust Markings were to be bred with a horse that had Yellow Angel Dust, the foal could turn out to have Red Angel Dust, for example.
The leasing, buying, and selling of horses is to be handled by the individuals owning the horses. The only time the group should be involved is if one party does not hold up their end of the deal or to acknowledge the transfer of ownership of the horse.
All Annikers are assigned an identification number upon creation. The number is unique to each horse. Crossbred Annikers may not be assigned an ID if they are less than 25% Anniker.
If the horse is not at least given a reference within three months of receiving it, it will be listed as abandoned. I prefer if horses are kept at least semi-active, but there is no requirement as to how often the horse must be drawn as long as the ownership requirements are met.
Blocking/Blacklisting from Annikers:
Hopefully there will never be a need to block anyone from the Anniker breed, but repeated breaking of rules or harassment may lead to permanent blacklisting from the breed. Anyone who is blacklisted may not own or lease an Anniker.