Costumes for Blood & Tears

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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby Nihilistic Mind » Mon Apr 05, 2010 7:01 am

wunderworks wrote:
Peregrine wrote: "Tyv is enforcing the Fifth Law? Ah, but he forgets that I was there..."



^_^ I love how Tyv, who is bad-ass, has become the Sneaky Evil League of Evil Ven's new favorite whipping boy! ^_^


Bring it, bitches! 8-)
"But senators, I assure you SOMEONE was using Sorcery at the Althua!"

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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby Peregrine » Sat Apr 10, 2010 12:27 pm

Nihilistic Mind wrote:Bring it, bitches! 8-)
"But senators, I assure you SOMEONE was using Sorcery at the Althua!"

Hmm, how long could a Serpent keep such a charade? I suppose it depends on how much style he had. Style could also be saved by only having a few people forget he was there. Everyone else must either be mistaken or lying. Hmm, the Artifact might require the Seductive trait as well.

Loqua wrote:If it can fit around a fatguy, I would totally dig it.

I had to shorten it almost two feet to fit my scrawny little frame. It can expand that much, possibly more if I change how the baldric fastens together in the first place.
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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby Loqua » Sun Apr 11, 2010 11:35 am

Totally bring it then, I would love to wear it as part of my costume.
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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby wunderworks » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:56 pm

Peregrine wrote:
Nihilistic Mind wrote:Bring it, bitches! 8-)
"But senators, I assure you SOMEONE was using Sorcery at the Althua!"

Hmm, how long could a Serpent keep such a charade? I suppose it depends on how much style he had. Style could also be saved by only having a few people forget he was there. Everyone else must either be mistaken or lying. Hmm, the Artifact might require the Seductive trait as well.



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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby AramusWulf » Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:08 pm

*Looks from the fan to Calaban Ru*

Cute, a thing ladies hide behind. Good thing Calaban Ru has a (cough, cough) Spy Master to do all his dirty work for him!
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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby wunderworks » Sun May 09, 2010 10:47 pm

AramusWulf wrote:*Looks from the fan to Calaban Ru*

Cute, a thing ladies hide behind. Good thing Calaban Ru has a (cough, cough) Spy Master to do all his dirty work for him!



Heh, but the Spymaster forgets the Swordmaster, and the Swordmaster forgets the Apothecary, and the Apothecary forgets the Roadmaster, who, of course, forgets the Spymaster.

He swallowed a fly...perhaps he'll die!
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Re: Costumes for Blood & Tears

Postby AramusWulf » Tue May 11, 2010 7:12 pm

*Looks up while wearing his NOT A SPYMASTER" T-Shirt* Not that I'd know anything about being a Spymaster but if I did I would know that they don't miss ANY detail.

All that aside and back to the discussion at hand about costuming....

I am still working on more of Kyenin's asthetics. The cloak I have as well as a couple extra things but so far it's just my old SCA Garb more than anything. I'm going to try to do a more Victorian Era as time goes on.
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