These are some of the most artistic and "exotic" forms of Mound 72 points. All of them are triple-notched and have serrations somewhere along their edges or bases. Fowler designates these as type XI points. He compares their triple-notched bases with Huffaker points but admits that is where the similarity ends. He comments that "The type XI points thus do not compare favorably with any single described point type of cluster." Pauketat refers to some of these points as "hybrid" projectile points and compares them to a Bayogoula point from the Grossmann site. These points appear as though the craftsman was told to make them in the most artistic and fanciful way. He did it by combining and exaggerating several different design features from Caddoan and Cahokia point types. The small needle points and recurved blade edges are features that can be found on some Caddoan points but not, or very rarely, on any Cahokia point types. The triple-notching and serrations are features that are more likely found on Cahokia type points. All of these points are made of white Burlington chert.