This marking is seen as especially beautiful, due to it's elaborate pattern and colors. It is said that rex with expecially gentle personalities have this marking, although, often rex say that the colors inside of it determine the nature. 


Marking Rarity


Marking Layering

Marking Colors



Marking Edges

Symmetry Rules


  • Warren loosely resembles the patterns on butterfly wings, or a watercolor tattoo.
  • Warren consists of 3 layers: Black, gray (optional) and a colors layer.
  • You can use any colors for the watercolor part of the marking.
  • If arcane is present, you are allowed to color the black or gray with it.
  • Warren is one marking and should not be split in multiple parts.
  • Warren should not cover more than 25% of the rex, and not more than 70% when dom. 
  • Warren should never be geometric or look too unnatural.
  • The inner color can have tinier spots and dots around the overall marking, evoking the feeling of watercolor.
  • The inner color of warren is allowed to have soft, textured or mottled edges, if you want it to. 
  • The outer lines (black and gray) of warren MUST be hard or semi-soft edges! It must remind of ink.
  • The outer lines are allowed to have smaller split offs, dots, stripes or other accents.
  • Black should always be the darkest partof the design and feel like black.
  • The gray should not have any saturation in it!

  • As always, with things that can be depicted in Rexalia, 
    remember that there cannot be anything depicted rexals would not have knowledge about!


Copy paste these images directly into your art program over your design and set them to multiply for the best work effect.
Alternatively you can download the boundary PSDs with the marking boundaries!

There are no Boundaries for Warren. There are no Boundaries for Warren.



Warren is an artistic marking that resembles a vibrant watercolor tattoo with an overlay of inky black sketches. This marking captures elements and scenes from the Rexalian world in a beautiful art form. It cannot depict scenes or items unfamiliar to a Rexal's environment. No cars and the like!

The first layer of Warren presents as a watercolor wash. It can contain as many colors as desired, creating a vibrant and captivating base. This layer should be bold, saturated, and striking enough to catch attention.

The second layer is an ink-like overlay that gives the marking its unique character. This layer consists of black, somewhat messy lines that can resemble anything from butterfly wings to inky sketches, reflecting the varied nature of Rexalia. The lines should appear hastily drawn, creating an appearance of quick paint strokes, ink splotches, and beautiful artistic messes.

The final touch to the Warren marking is an accent layer. This consists of gray shades strategically placed to accentuate certain parts of the inky layer. However, this gray accenting must be connected to the black inky lines somewhere and should not appear disconnected or floating independently. The combination of these layers results in a marking that looks like an elegant, vibrant, and slightly messy watercolor tattoo.

Here is everything you need to watch out for!

When Warren is dominant it can cover a significant amount on the rex, which means up to 70%.
The following example, depicts about 50%