Horn to hoof this appaloosa unicorn shows his innocence; the young boy's body prone to a coy posture, conveying his soft demeanor. He stands around 5 feet 2 inches, his coat a washed white color while 6 inches of pearlescant horn juts from his forehead to a rounded point. His eyes are the blue of shallow tropical waters while his nose sports a single large and irregular black spot--the mark teetering to the side of his muzzle and devouring his nostril. His equine ears twitch with unbridled meaning, their insides pink with exposed flesh under soft white peach fuzz while their outsides sport the same milky coat as the rest of him. Inside his mouth, the young unicorn's pink tongue makes a moist wedge between his herbivorous teeth, and contrary to classic visage, his chin lacks a unicorn's proper goatee. A white mane runs down the back of his neck, the silken hair shimmering pearlescently and kept a moderate length while his forelock is carefully trimmed to settle around his horn and just scrape above his eyes.
Farther down his back, a rapier-stroke of black spots reaches up a third of his spine while a diffuse nebula of them color his white rump to down his quarters. A similar smattering decorates his front as a tapered point of spots with their tip at his navel before fanning out downward between his hips. Those black dots trail slightly down his inner thighs as they pass through his legs then up between his rump cheeks until ending several inches down the underside of his tail. His tail itself is that of a lion's, it's milky-white length settling easily down his rump, ending in a pearlescent-white tail puff, carefully groomed and trimmed, and settling comfortably where the hocks of his legs begin. His hooves are cloven, like a goat's, and as black as his rump spots, while a tuft of that same shimmering, pearlescent-white hair that graces his tail-puff and mane, poofs from the back of his fetlocks.
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30 Dec 2012 21:17 CET