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Axiom

The axiom locus currently has 5 genes: Nexus, Red, Green, Blue, and Wrong Warp. All Axiom genes are available for purchase via the Random Gene Sale. 

Horses with only one copy of an axiom gene will not have any changes to their name (i.e. a chestnut which is heterozygous for any axiom gene will still be called chestnut), but horses which are homozygous for axiom genes will display "ERROR: UNKNOWN ANOMALY" as their color name.

Interaction with Gray

As axiom horses with gray age, the gray will eventually take over the axiom coloring.

Nexus

Nexus splashes a horse with bright stars in its heterozygous form and produces an extremely dramatic effect when homozygous.

Nexus is a limited gene and can usually only be purchased with real money via the Random Gene Sale. The price is $__ for one copy. There are no restrictions on who can breed, buy, or sell horses with nexus. These horses cannot be placed for public sale but can be sold via auction and buddy chat.

This is a small selection of horses with Nexus, use the search to find many more examples!

The darker the horse's base coat color is, the lighter the homozygous Nexus effect is. Notice how the white areas typically turn black on homozygous horses.

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Axiom Red, Green, and Blue

When heterozygous, axiom red, green, and blue are visually similar to heterozygous nexus. One copy of red, green, or blue along with one copy of nexus will all appear visually the same as a heterozygous nexus horse.

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Axiom red, green, and blue can also be mixed to create yellow, cyan, and magenta axiom. Like nexus, the lighter your base color the darker the axiom effect is. The darker the base color the lighter the axiom effect is. The amount of color (red/green/blue etc.) is random, as is the location and placement of the stars. Each color of axiom can also have haloing of a complimentary color. For example, cyan with burgundy halo, or green with purple halo. Halo is a side effect of interacting with the base color. Dark bases like black, bay, etc. will have lighter and more vivid halo. Light bases like cremello will have no halo.

Axiom Red

Axiom Red is available to purchase via the Random Gene Sale. The price is $__ for one copy, and it only needs one copy to show. This gene is closed. You will receive a breeder's license for this gene when you purchase it, and you may not share this gene with unlicensed players.

These examples are a very small representation of the expressions that occur. Remember to use the search to see more examples!

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The halo effect can be seen clearly on the Liver Red Dun Sabino example below.

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Axiom Green

Axiom Green is available to purchase via the Random Gene Sale. The price is $__ for one copy, and it only needs one copy to show. This gene is closed. You will receive a breeder's license for this gene when you purchase it, and you may not share this gene with unlicensed players.

These examples are a very small representation of the expressions that occur. Remember to use the search to see more examples!

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Axiom Blue

Axiom Blue is available to purchase via the Random Gene Sale. The price is $__ for one copy, and it only needs one copy to show. This gene is closed. You will receive a breeder's license for this gene when you purchase it, and you may not share this gene with unlicensed players.

These are only a few examples of the expressions that occur. Remember to use the search to see more examples!

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Wrong Warp

Wrong warp is another allele of the axiom gene family. It acts by converting large white areas to black or rarely cyan, and creating torn edges when heterozygous. Homozygous wrong warp horses will display a neat warp effect over the hip. One copy of wrong warp can be paired with one copy of any other axiom allele for some interesting results.

Where does the name come from? Wrong Warp is a term used in many video game speed-running tactics but was originally from Super Mario Brothers.

Wrong Warp is typically only available to purchase via the Random Gene Sale. The price is $__ for one copy, and it only needs one copy to show. This gene is closed. You will receive a breeder's license for this gene when you purchase it, and you may not share this gene with unlicensed players.

These are only a few examples of the expressions that can occur. Remember to use the search to see more examples!

Heterozygous Wrong Warp

Heterozygous wrong warp will only react when white is present. On these two solid-color horses no change is seen. Note: the Silver Classic Champagne is equipped with the Pet Cat from the Halloween Tack Pack.

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Two examples of heterozygous warp with cyan. Cyan seems to appear mostly when in conjunction with Onyx.

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Homozygous Wrong Warp

There is no warping visible on the solid black horse, but when the coats get lighter the warp effect becomes more apparent.

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Wrong Warp Combined with Nexus and Axiom Alleles

Wrong Warp with Nexus

Warp combined with nexus follows the same rules as homozygous nexus, with the addition of the warp effect over the hip.

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Wrong Warp with Axiom Red

Some more cyan shading can be seen on the white spotted black horse.

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Wrong Warp with Axiom Green

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Wrong Warp with Axiom Blue

The liver chestnut splash tobiano even has some yellow spots!

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