>Darkcake is a good girl...!!! || Yes, good at making heart-pupils and melty mouth. It's okay though, even if she's held hands with everyone and been frosted every day, I'd still make her my waifu. I happen to have a free spot in my dungeo--er, basement for her!
If a grown up Himehorn has an accident and breaks a horn, what does she do? Will she be thrown out as a defective? If not thrown out, do Himehorns have a way to glue broken horn parts back onto a horn?
If it's a musclehorn it's not a big deal. They'll give her some treatment for the horn, give her a little time to heal up, then send her back to work. Now, if she became lame and unable to work, they might have to make some hard decisions.A haremhorn might be given a little horn hood (like a tea cozy for your horn) so she doesn't scare the smallhorns.As for a hornmother -- it's a real tragedy. They'll make every attempt to repair it, and if it doesn't work they'll either dress up the horn or try to ignore it, depending on what works best for the hornmother. To lower her stress and raise her spirits, the haremhorns will probably increase their pampering and demand that the musclehorns acquire more rare foods.
Where do himehorns get their alcohol and tobacco? And do they use psychedelic mushrooms for anything?
The nohorns and himehorns alike get their tobacco from a species of large-leafed plants that tend to grow along the banks of hot lakes. They're not plentiful and it's hard to farm them, so smoking is a bit of an indulgence.It's actually a bit of a problem -- a bit of light smoking to calm the nerves is acceptable, but some turn it into an indulgence and source of pleasure, even to the point of asking for smokes as part of their boon. Such an act is frivolous and frowned upon by the higher ups, but they try to turn a blind eye to it -- they cannot punish someone for receiving a witch's gift.