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Thanks Iodo! They are quite skinny if you look close Jack but still beautiful. I'd love to see what they look like in your neck of the woods. I wish that was my blazer lol https://i.imgur.com/BIollQh.jpg Took me a while and its not a great pic because its my phone camera shot through binos but you ...
No, not me. He was testing out some gear during covid when cons and LARP's were banned. When I first heard about it it seemed like a funny scenario (and it kind of is) but honestly it was no joke. The police had pointed loaded weapons at him and said "put the sword on the floor" and he ha...
- Wed Nov 16, 2022 8:19 pm
- Forum: Getting Started
- Topic: MERF Random Adventure Pictures
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https://i.imgur.com/EgBnE8g.jpg https://i.imgur.com/DbMP642.jpg This may be a bit too modern. Haha. My cloak and leather wrap gauntlets go great with modern hunting gear. Not just worn for a picture. I’ve been hunting all afternoon in this and will again tomorrow morning. I think I totally understa...
- Tue Oct 25, 2022 1:48 am
- Forum: Dwarven Culture
- Topic: Thoughts on Dwarven meat and cuisine?
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On the subject of dwarven beef, I cant help but picture highland cattle as the perfect breed for dwarves to keep. Their long wooly coats and ability to sustain themselves on marginal pasture would make them right at home grazing the sides of whatever mountain the dwarves choose to call home. https:/...
As long as you pick a good axe handle where the grain runs through and through in straight (roughly) parallel lines without coming out the sides i wouldnt worry about breaking an axe handle. At least not to the extent that I'd choose a tomahawk over an axe because its easier to replace said handle. ...
- Fri Oct 14, 2022 11:49 pm
- Forum: Dwarven Culture
- Topic: Dwarven utility/bushcraft Knife (viking seax/WETA inspired) - pic heavy
- Replies: 14
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Thats so cool! Really nailed the aesthetic (in my mind at least). And LOL at the message in runes. I'm sure that'll come in handy if it is ever misplaced exploring the mountainside or the desolation of Smaug
- Wed Oct 12, 2022 6:25 pm
- Forum: Human Culture(s)
- Topic: new Impression: Man of the Greyflood, c. SA 850
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That would definitely be an interesting persona to see fleshed out Udwin. Looking forward to that. Semi-unrelated but I've been kicking around an idea along those lines in an TTRPG setting. You play as a heroic band battling evil forces and about halfway through the twist is revealed that you're the...
If we're talking about soft goods people 1000 yrs ago had the means to make but just hadnt thought of yet, id have to second the introduction of the backpack like Iodo already said. Things like waxed tarps, gathered end hammocks, and more modern patterned pants also come to mind. Probably gonna want...