This table shows the differences between the breeds of the three main games:
most will naturally learn to do what is best for their own survival.
Although some will develop irrational "phobias" of things.
|Easygoing, amorous, playful, too social.|| Arguably the most
realistic looking norns.
Also the smallest and most well proportioned.
|Lowest of the three, learn slowly and are difficult to breed and keep alive. Despite this they have an expanded vocabulary.||Uptight, independent, disobedient difficult.||Massive ears, large hands and
Can have vibrant pigmentation. Have bulbous joints and a cartoon-like appearance.
|High, are capable of some simple social interactions. Capable of distinguishing between other norns. Despite this they never seem to learn to stop falling off things.||Very sociable, exploratory, inquisitive, hyperactive.||Large, colourful and often
patterned, but have a plastic-like appearance and splayed legs.
Males tend to have spiky hair, whereas females have curls.