Creates lace-like frills on the edge of your dragon’s wings, webbing, or fins. The frills should not be so large that they resemble wing extensions, trailing feathers, or plumes. You may use subtle edges or give it lace-like holes. If you put holes in the webbing or feathers, it should follow a clear pattern. The edge of frilled along with any hole patterns it creates will look tidy and never appear random or tattered without the tattered or charged leafy modifier.
Frilled only changes the edge of affected areas. It will not affect colors.
Modifier, Claw, Leather, and Crest Rules
Frilled only changes the edge of affected areas. It can interact with any flat area of the dragon, which includes webbing, frills, feathers, leather, sails, fins, and so on. It will not affect thicker or curved areas.
Charged frilled allows you to apply a slight color to the frilled area. The color will be lighter than the base color of the dragon. You may make the edge a gradient or a solid edge. The color may take on the same lace-like edge of the outer wings, making it appear like a ribbon. This colored area may be affected by color modifiers. If it is not affected by color modifiers, then it will stay within elemental color rules.