Trying to be careful about this one as it's an in-game effect that affects the color of a character's skin, and don't want to reopen flamey threads about "no we can't have any"/"but that's racist/ableist" etc etc which is definitely not my intent... This question re Drow (also Tengu, Orc, Goblin etc) Aesthetics, it's not a ruling I'm after, just an extra font of wisdom focused on the following...
Shadowbound Oracles get the following blurb: "Your pigmentation is oddly colorless, and your eyes are highly sensitive to light."
So, how colorless is colorless, when referring to the Oracle Curse: Shadowbound, and how much would this affect different playable races?
(NB: not the full-blown Corruption from Horror Adventures)
... mainly to veer away from the Caligni goth aesthetic as well, and still be unnaturally pigmented...? Although this could also end up with apple-white/mint-green goblins...
Or, does "colorless" mean something slightly different in this case? I was looking into animal (mainly birds and tigers) pigmentation due to Tengu thoughts, and came across Leucistic, which may fit too; there's this lovely picture of a Leucistic American Robin...
A Leucistic Oracle/Shadow-Corrupted Rakshasa could be a cool thing as well, maybe?
Especially as as it's an Oracle Curse, it's getting in the realms of does a Divine Curse overwrite such a dominant racial effect (and I didn't want to get into this tense debate):
Lightbringer vs Shadowbound
(This is for a PC I was thinking of: my GM is cool with it, but I wanted to share the concept with you and see what you thought? I was intrigued by an outcast Drow (Tiefling) Oracle for the previous Q's Misraria reasons of "the heresy of the Redeemer Queen" and possibly playing in Return of the Runelords; all I'm waiting for now is Tyrant's Grasp 6 to hit Herolabs for the lovely new Obediences, thanks James :) ...)