Subtypes

Bihead (Sushi Dog Subtype)

Sometimes referred to as "Orthrus" soosh, in reference to the two-headed dog of Greek mythology. Soosh with this body type have two heads with two distinct personalities. They tend to be slightly larger than a standard soosh since their body needs to accommodate a second head.

Trihead (Sushi Dog Subtype)

Sometimes referred to as "Cerberus" soosh, in reference to the three-headed dog of Greek mythology. This is a three-headed soosh with three distinct personalities. Trihead soosh are significantly larger than standard and bihead soosh, in order to accommodate their third head.

Triptych (Sushi Dog Subtype)

This is a soosh that began as a Standard, but split itself into three smaller forms. All three bodies retain the original personality, and count as one soosh. A triptych's three bodies are each about 1/3 the size of a standard soosh.

Diptych (Sushi Dog Subtype)

This is a soosh that began as a Standard, but split itself into two smaller forms. Both bodies retain the original personality, and count as one soosh. A diptych's two bodies are each about 1/2 the size of a standard soosh.

Bihead (Sushi Cat Subtype)

Sometimes referred to as "Orthrus" soosh, in reference to the two-headed dog of Greek mythology. Soosh with this body type have two heads with two distinct personalities. They tend to be slightly larger than a standard soosh since their body needs to accommodate a second head.

Trihead (Sushi Cat Subtype)

Sometimes referred to as "Cerberus" soosh, in reference to the three-headed dog of Greek mythology. This is a three-headed soosh with three distinct personalities. Trihead soosh are significantly larger than standard and bihead soosh, in order to accommodate their third head.

Diptych (Sushi Cat Subtype)

This is a soosh that began as a Standard, but split itself into two smaller forms. Both bodies retain the original personality, and count as one soosh. A diptych's two bodies are each about 1/2 the size of a standard soosh.

Triptych (Sushi Cat Subtype)

This is a soosh that began as a Standard, but split itself into three smaller forms. All three bodies retain the original personality, and count as one soosh. A triptych's three bodies are each about 1/3 the size of a standard soosh.

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