These markings are quite special due to the way they are released on the site. With raffle markings, they are only introduced through weekly raffle lionesses, but can be applied using Random Marking Applicators or Total Shuffles if you're extremely lucky.
Rosettes, while also able to be found on raffle lionesses and applied with RMAs and Total Shuffles, are the only markings on the site that show up seemingly randomly by breeding.
Hybrid markings only appear on first generation hybrids and their descendants!

This page contains information on Tier 2, Tier 4, and Tier 5 markings.

Raffle Markings  

All raffle markings are considered Tier 2 markings. When they are first introduced, they are set to Tier 5 to avoid them from being applied via RMAs and Total Shuffles until they are officially released by a raffle lioness.

As mentioned above, these are markings that are brought in to the site via weekly raffle lionesses, but can also be randomly applied using the Random Marking Applicator and Total Shuffle! All raffle markings have "common" and "rare" slots that they come in, and everything in between. Slots do matter for breeding projects, so if you find out you have a lion with a raffle marking in a very rare slot, you may just be sitting on a huge pile of Gold Beetles!

Curious to see just how rare some raffle markings are? Check out the Raffle Marking Slot Rarity page!


Bushveld Brindle
Gold Brindle
Tangor Brindle


Almond Crackle
Blue Crackle
Brown Crackle
Bushveld Crackle
Cinnabar Crackle
Dark Brown Crackle
Lilac Crackle
Marigold Crackle
Noctis Crackle
Onyx Crackle
Red Crackle
Saffron Crackle
White Crackle


Bushveld Crumbing
Lilac Crumbing
Tan Crumbing
Tangor Crumbing


Dim Black
Dim Blue
Dim Brown
Dim Dark Brown
Dim Gold
Dim Lilac
Dim Mahogany
Dim Noctis
Dim Onyx
Dim Red
Dim Saffron
Dim Silver
Dim White

Dorsal Line  

Black Dorsal Line
Blue Dorsal Line
Brown Dorsal Line
Bushveld Dorsal Line
Cream Dorsal Line
Dark Brown Dorsal Line
Gold Dorsal Line
Lilac Dorsal Line
Noctis Dorsal Line
Onyx Dorsal Line
Red Dorsal Line
Tangor Dorsal Line
White Dorsal Line



Feline 1 Black
Feline 1 Dark Brown
Feline 1 Ginger
Feline 1 Gold
Feline 1 Noctis
Feline 1 Onyx
Feline 1 Silky
Feline 1 Silver


Feline 2 Black
Feline 2 Dark Brown
Feline 2 Ginger
Feline 2 Gold
Feline 2 Noctis
Feline 2 Onyx
Feline 2 Silky
Feline 2 Silver


Feline 3 Black
Feline 3 Dark Brown
Feline 3 Ginger
Feline 3 Gold
Feline 3 Noctis
Feline 3 Onyx
Feline 3 Silky
Feline 3 Silver


Feline 4 Black
Feline 4 Dark Brown
Feline 4 Ginger
Feline 4 Gold
Feline 4 Noctis
Feline 4 Onyx
Feline 4 Silky
Feline 4 Silver


Feline 5 Black
Feline 5 Dark Brown
Feline 5 Ginger
Feline 5 Gold
Feline 5 Noctis
Feline 5 Onyx
Feline 5 Silky
Feline 5 Silver


Feline 6 Black
Feline 6 Dark Brown
Feline 6 Ginger
Feline 6 Gold
Feline 6 Noctis
Feline 6 Onyx
Feline 6 Silky
Feline 6 Silver


Feline 7 Black
Feline 7 Dark Brown
Feline 7 Ginger
Feline 7 Gold
Feline 7 Noctis
Feline 7 Onyx
Feline 7 Silky
Feline 7 Silver


Feline 8 Black
Feline 8 Dark Brown
Feline 8 Ginger
Feline 8 Gold
Feline 8 Noctis
Feline 8 Onyx
Feline 8 Silky
Feline 8 Silver


Feline 9 Black
Feline 9 Dark Brown
Feline 9 Ginger
Feline 9 Gold
Feline 9 Noctis
Feline 9 Onyx
Feline 9 Silky
Feline 9 Silver


Ginger Freckles 1
Ginger Freckles 2
Ginger Freckles 3
Lilac Freckles 1
Lilac Freckles 2
Lilac Freckles 3


Fulvous Glaze


Almond Indri
Blue Indri
Bushveld Indri
Chert Indri
Clay Indri
Cream Indri
Dark Brown Indri
Ginger Indri
Gold Indri
Lilac Indri
Noctis Indri
Onyx Indri
Red Indri
Saffron Indri
Scoria Indri
Steele Indri
White Indri

Inverted Zebra  

Almond Inverted Zebra
Bone Inverted Zebra
Cream Inverted Zebra
Marigold Inverted Zebra
Quartz Inverted Zebra
Royal Inverted Zebra
Saffron Inverted Zebra
Shell Inverted Zebra
White Inverted Zebra


Almond Lace
Bone Lace
Coral Lace
Cream Lace
Marigold Lace
Quartz Lace
Royal Lace
Saffron Lace
Shell Lace
Silky Lace
White Lace

Leg Banding  

Leg Banding Auburn
Leg Banding Lilac


Blue Margay
Bushveld Margay
Cinnabar Margay
Chert Margay
Cream Margay
Dark Brown Margay
Ginger Margay
Lilac Margay
Noctis Margay
Onyx Margay
Red Margay
Saffron Margay
Steele Margay


Black Panther
Bushveld Panther
Chert Panther
Clay Panther
Dark Brown Panther
Gold Panther
Noctis Panther
Onyx Panther
Red Panther
Scoria Panther
Steele Panther
Tangor Panther


Almond Pelage
Black Pelage
Brown Pelage
Bushveld Pelage
Chert Pelage
Dark Brown Pelage
Fulvous Pelage
Lilac Pelage
Noctis Pelage
Onyx Pelage
Saffron Pelage
Steele Pelage


Lilac Points


Bone Rims
Cream Rims
Marigold Rims
Royal Rims
Saffron Rims
Shell Rims
Silky Rims
White Rims


Black Rogue
Bushveld Rogue
Chert Rogue
Dark Brown Rogue
Fulvous Rogue
Lilac Rogue
Saffron Rogue
Scoria Rogue
Steele Rogue
Tangor Rogue


Fulvous Shine


Lilac Siamese

Soft Unders  

Almond Soft Unders
Bone Soft Unders
Coral Soft Unders
Cream Soft Unders
Marigold Soft Unders
Quartz Soft Unders
Royal Soft Unders
Saffron Soft Unders
Shell Soft Unders
Silky Soft Unders
White Soft Unders

Tail Banding  

Tail Banding Auburn
Tail Banding Lilac


Bone Underfelt
Coral Underfelt
Cream Underfelt
Marigold Underfelt
Quartz Underfelt
Royal Underfelt
Saffron Underfelt
Shell Underfelt
Silky Underfelt
White Underfelt


Vitiligo 1
Vitiligo 2
Vitiligo 3
Vitiligo 4
Vitiligo 5
Vitiligo 6
Vitiligo 7
Vitiligo 8
Vitiligo 9


All Rosettes (barring Mottled Rosette) are considered Tier 4 markings.

Rosettes seem to be the most popular marking on Lioden currently, due to the mysterious nature of how they're passed on, and the fact that they appear to randomly pop up in any breeding; however, they are confirmed to have special breeding criteria. What that criteria is, exactly, is up to the players to figure out!
There are tons of theories and conspiracies floating around regarding how Rosettes work, but nobody truly knows—the code has yet to be cracked.

They are the most unique marking for one particular reason: you can breed two lions lacking Rosette markings together, and end up with a Rosette-marked cub. How? Well, that's what everyone's trying to figure out!

Rosettes CAN be passed down like other markings, but they have a lower pass rate than other markings do on the site. If you're working towards a nice design that includes a Rosette, your best bet would be to use an Ochre Gnawrock to secure a 100% pass rate for that marking onto your lion's offspring.

Note that all Rosettes BUT Mottled Rosette can be found on raffle lionesses as well. They get their own section due to their behaviour, as well as their tier.

Heavy Rosette  

Auburn Heavy Rosette
Dark Brown Heavy Rosette
Doubloon Heavy Rosette
Ebony Heavy Rosette
Ginger Heavy Rosette
Noctis Heavy Rosette
Onyx Heavy Rosette
Red Heavy Rosette

Inverted Heavy Rosette  

Inverted Heavy Rosette Bone
Inverted Heavy Rosette Cream
Inverted Heavy Rosette Gold
Inverted Heavy Rosette Saffron
Inverted Heavy Rosette Silky
Inverted Heavy Rosette White

Inverted Rosette  

Inverted Rosette Cream
Inverted Rosette Fallow
Inverted Rosette Gold
Inverted Rosette Saffron
Inverted Rosette Silky
Inverted Rosette White

Inverted Soft Rosette  

Inverted Soft Rosette Bone
Inverted Soft Rosette Cream
Inverted Soft Rosette Gold
Inverted Soft Rosette Saffron
Inverted Soft Rosette Silky
Inverted Soft Rosette White


Brown Rosette
Cream Rosette
Dark Brown Rosette
Ginger Rosette
Gold Rosette
Noctis Rosette
Onyx Rosette

Soft Rosette  

Auburn Soft Rosette
Dark Brown Soft Rosette
Doubloon Soft Rosette
Ebony Soft Rosette
Ginger Soft Rosette
Noctis Soft Rosette
Onyx Soft Rosette
Red Soft Rosette

Hybrid Markings  

All hybrid markings are considered Tier 5 markings.

Now, the following markings are completely unique, even for a unique marking already!

Mottled Rosette
Mottled Stripes

Mottled Rosette only appears on first generation Leopons, and can only be passed down by Leopons and their offspring.
If you have a lion with Mottled Rosette, there is a 100% chance that, at some point, it descended from a first generation Leopon. Even if you stumble upon a chased lioness with Mottled Rosette, or you find a heritageless king with Mottled Rosette, the original lion was sourced from a Leopon in some way!
There is no other way to get Mottled Rosette on a lion without Leopon heritage, even with a Random Marking Applicator or Total Shuffle. Mottled Rosette is blocked from being applied with those two applicators.

Mottled Stripes only appears on first generation Tigons, and can only be passed down by Tigons and their offspring.
If you have a lion with Mottled Stripes, there is a 100% chance that, at some point, it descended from a first generation Tigon. Even if you stumble upon a chased lioness with Mottled Stripes, or you find a heritageless king with Mottled Stripes, the original lion was sourced from a Tigon in some way!
There is no other way to get Mottled Stripes on a lion without Tigon heritage, even with a Random Marking Applicator or Total Shuffle. Mottled Stripes is blocked from being applied with those two applicators.

To keep these hybrid markings rare, you will never see them on a weekly raffle lioness. Thankfully, they do tend to be pretty easily passed down by respective hybrids of any generation. Their lion offspring have a more difficult time of passing down the markings naturally, but it can and does happen!