- **Absorbing Flesh**
This leupak's skin can be temporarily softened, allowing it to push objects or creatures smaller than itself in and absorb them, or pull its limbs into itself.
Creatures that need to breathe and are absorbed completely will eventually suffocate.
This works well with the Container mutation or limbs suited for grasping.
The leupak has one or more bubbles of varying sizes in its skin; they may be clear or opaque and full of air, liquid or venom. If viscous, small objects may be placed and held or displayed in them.
The leupak has glowing structures on its body.
The leupak's body can change color, either manually, or in response to mood, surroundings, or temperature.
Leupaks with this modifier have one or more storage cells within their bodies which they can use to carry around objects or creatures smaller than it safely. As long as the leupak itself can breathe, its captives can as well. The placement and shape of the container is fully customizable.
The leupak's skin appears cracked in places; it may or may not break the skin. If it does, the cracks may ooze ichor or venom, belch smoke, and/or glow.
The leupak is capable of surviving dismemberment-- in fact, it can remove its own limbs, tail and head with no ill effects, though it must replace them again to function normally, and they are lost if destroyed.
The leupak has tiny hairlike strands growing from its scales, giving it a soft-to-coarse coating.
Leupaks with gills need not fear drowning in water or any other breathable, non-toxic liquid.
Luminous leupaks seem to glow and sparkle with a radiance all their own, though the intensity of the effect varies between individuals. The glow is permanent, persisting until the leupak dies.
Interestingly, scales fallen from a luminous-skin leupak will continue to glow.
- **Great Maw**
This leupak has a large, functional mouth with teeth located somewhere on their torso or back. It can take the place of the primary mouth or act in unison with it, though the leupak's tongueclaw can only be used in one mouth at a time.
The leupak has multiple small mouths placed on its body. These are functional and may drool venom, though they have no tongueclaw.
The leupak is capable of temporarily breaking its body down into a mirajinous goo the color of their body scales, useful for slipping into or under small spaces, oozing about undetected, or saving itself from an otherwise-deadly fall. The goo is mildly toxic due to the diluted miratoxin it contains.
The leupak can reform itself at any time, though being submerged in liquid will dilute and kill it.
The leupak has slits in its hide in which it may store objects.
The pockets may close with zippers, buttons, stitches, teeth, or other closures.
The leupak has large pores in its hide which periodically drip ichor or venom, or belch smoke of any color.
Leupaks with this modifier possess long, sharp quills somewhere on their body (down the back, on the shoulders/hips/tail, etc). The quills may or may not be toxic, and they may optionally be retractable or barbed (but not both).
The leupak's skin ripples like water when touched or when the leupak moves.
Spiked leupaks have spikes of varying sizes scattered over their bodies, limbs, neck and tail.
The opposite of luminous leupaks, shadow leupaks always appear totally dark, matte and featureless on the surface, save their eyes and facets. Their bodies consume all light, and thus they cast no shadows. Their insides are perfectly normal, however, and so it is not at all unusual to see a particularly dark corner suddenly sprout a hungry, toothy maw.
While it is rumored that bright light harms them, this is no more than a silly legend.
The leupak's body is covered in a thick coating of viscous slime, making it extremely unpleasant to bite and difficult to hold onto.
The leupak's body is split into two halves either down its midsection or down the spine; each half displays inverse colors, textures, and/or patterns.
The leupak has vegetation growing on and over its body in vines, leaves, flowers, branches, or a combination thereof.
The leupak may either develop these naturally-- in which case it can control their growth and patterns but experiences pain when the plants are cut or removed-- or via seed pockets within its skin, which allows it to add outside plants into its skin and remove them from itself without harm.