Standard Flour / Chalk Marks
Indication that you are on a trail. Could be the right trail, could be a false trail. Either way, the hare was here before.
Same as an On-On, but may give a bit more of a clue of direction. Is the hare being nice or extra dasterdly? Who knows!? The hare can also use this to indicate a turn if an intersection is not desired.
Be Very Careful
Watch out for dangers. This could be traffic, barbed wire, or anything else you might not realize. The hare is being kind.
Trail could go either way indicated. A little less guesswork for the FRB. Could also be used to indicate a turkey-eagle split usually indicated with "T" for the easy turkey and "E" for the difficult eagle.
From this point, the trail can go in any direction except from whence you came. Not commonly seen in this form, but it's still possible. Sometimes it's a bit more difficult to draw a circle.
Same as the intersection with dots, but a lot more common to be seen.
Same as an intersection except that male hounds must wait for a harriet to release them with a glimpse of the ta-tas. The harriets may either show and wait for the male hounds to find trial, or they may go scout for the male hounds.
Same as a tit-check, just gender swapped and testicles instead of breasticles.
Song Check (Note)
The entire pack must regroup and enjoy a song together before moving on. Song checks are a big thing in Richmond. The pack can either do a short song or a long song depending on how much they like the hare. After the song is complete, treat this as an intersection.
Song Check (Letter)
Same as a song check with a note, but for the hares who never touched an instrument.
Bad Trail (Lines)
You went the wrong way after leaving an intersection and the hare has tricked you into doing extra work. Better catch up so you can get to that beer first.
Bad Trail (Dots)
Same as the previous bad trail, just sometimes easier to do in the shiggy.
You've Been Fucked
Not only did you choose the wrong path from an intersection, but chances are the hare made you go somewhere you probably didn't want to go. You should get yourself checked out.
This is the true trail. You are definately headed towards the hare and the beer. If you find this after an intersection, you don't have to worry about having the wrong direction. Tell the others behind you that you know the way. If the hare lays a true trail into a bad trail, they will be fired and forced to do a down-down.
There is some refreshment near by. Look out for the hares or a Beer Here.
The hares have had mercy on your soul and have the nectar of the gods to replenish your manna.
Trail is over and you can relax. You've made it and don't have to worry about getting lost anymore. The On-In is also the official finish line for determining the FRB and DFL.
TP / Streamer / Ribbon Marks
On-On (Toilet Paper)
See On-On for flour/chalk marks.
Intersection (Toilet Paper)
See Intersection for flour/chalk marks.
Bad Trail (Toilet Paper)
See Bad Trail for flour/chalk marks.
A hound went in this direction to look for trail. They may or may not be on true trail.
You've reached this mark and it's telling you to go back. The number indicated will tell you how many marks to go back. Treat the check back as mark 0 and count up from there. The mark you count to will be your new intersection.
Same as a bad trail mark. Typically one long blow.
Same as an On-On. Typically two short blows as if you're saying 'On-On'. Used to indicate that you see a mark.
Indicates true trail. This could either be an intersection or it can be a true trail mark. Typically three blows.