Swirl Tail: The classic, a tail shaped like a cinnamon roll.
Doughnut Tail: A tail similar to the swirl, but noticeably shorter, forming a doughnut shape.
Square Tail: A square shaped tail.
Semicircle Tail: A tail shaped like a semicircle.
Injured Tail: A tail that rises and terminates as if injured.
Bun Tail: A tail that sits on the backside of a Cinna in a wide coil that tapers out to a nub. Can have up to five coils.
Polygon Tail: A polygonal tail with up to 9 sides.
Fin Tail: A tipped tail in the shape of a fin.
Funnel Tail: A reverse bun tail, with the coil starting small and widening at the end.
Screw Tail: A slightly stretched out spring-shaped tail.
Roll Tail: A spring-shaped tail, but each of the three coils are the same diameter in a stack.
Puft Tail: A tail with puffy, smoother edges.
Wing Tail: A tail with feather-like shapes that form a simplified wing.
Infinity Tail: A tail similar to the S tail, but it continues in length to form a figure eight.
Reverse Tail: Any tails that appear upside-down, and may have slightly different growth patterns.
S Tail: An S-shaped tail.
X Tail: A tail similar to the Star Tail in the way it forms an X shape.
Y Tail: A tail that rises up and ends in a V-shaped bend.
Z Tail: A Z-shaped Tail.
Egg Tail: An oblong egg-shaped tail, no sharp edges.
Conifer Tail: A cone-shaped tail that resembles a tree.
Triangle Tail: A tail with three points.
Zigzag Tail: A tail with around three kinks, creating a zigzag.
Heart Tail: A heart shaped tail.
Devil Tail: A tipped tail resembling a devilish [or draconic], three pronged point.
Scorpion Tail: A tipped tail that ends in a bulbous, venomous barb.
Cropped Tail: A small, stump tail. A result of birth, injury, or choice. Resembles that of a deer.
Maw Tail: Resembling any doughnut tail with six bony protrusions [three on top, three on bottom], forming a gaping toothy mouth.
Star Tail: A tail with five points, like a traditional star.
Paradise Tail: A tipped tail with leaflike fans, resembling a palm tree.
Claw Tail: Am odd tail with six bent "claws" [three on top, three on bottom], resembling a gripping hand.
Goldfish Tail: A tail that is connected in two places on the body, looping outwards and bent in the shape of a fish tail.
Drop Tail: A teardrop shaped tail.
Leaf Tail: Shaped like a five pointed maple leaf.
Harpoon: A tipped tail in the shape of a toothed blade.
Pentagram Tail: A swirl-shaped tail that ends in a thin star shaped knot.
Lotus Tail: A teardrop shaped tail with sharp points like lotus petals on the dorsal side.
Ribbon Tail: A tail that often splits into two and bends into a ribbon shape.
Boa Tail: A tail that wraps around the neck and shoulders like a feathered boa.
Backpack Tail: A complex tail that forms loops around the arms and ends in a tight swirl on the back.
Pretzel Tail: A tail with two interlocked loops, resembling a pretzel.
Ghost Tail: A tail resembling a simplified ghost shape, with three wiggly bends on the bottom, and a dome shape on top.
Double Tail: Twin tails that must match. Requires its own rare trait to use with another tail.
Tombstone Tail: A rectangular tail with pointed corners resembling a headstone.
Moon Tail: An outwards facing crescent moon tail.
Coffin Tail: Shaped like a Coffin.
Pumpkin Tail: Similar to a Ghost or Heart tail, shaped like a three sectioned pumpkin.