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2019

a vaalin-chased dark silk pavilion, [Map Room #08], Lich# 28393, go dark pavilion

[Veiled Compliments - 28454]
An oval-shaped smooth glass mirror is centered upon the back of the spacious pavilion and delicately silhouetted by burnished onyx and jade rosettes. The longest of the silken walls is home to a beveled ebonwood wardrobe that rests over a tassel-tied floral tapestry carpet. An orb-footed dark myrtle chest and a damascened glaes cabinet flank a tiered crystalline carousel, each surface crowned with a vaalin candelabra cradling tapered bayberry candles.
Obvious exits: out

In the damascened glaes cabinet you see:

some black raspberry lipgloss Weight: <1 pound

analyze

The black raspberry lipgloss interacts with WEAR/REMOVE, KISS, SMOOCH, LICK, and SMELL. The adjective must be the flavor of the lipgloss. The noun must remain lipgloss, lipbalm, or some variation to keep the essence of the item intact. The lipgloss lasts 30 minutes per application.
35000
some rose petal lipgloss Weight: <1 pound

analyze

The rose petal lipgloss interacts with WEAR/REMOVE, KISS, SMOOCH, LICK, and SMELL. The adjective must be the flavor of the lipgloss. The noun must remain lipgloss, lipbalm, or some variation to keep the essence of the item intact. The lipgloss lasts 30 minutes per application.
35000
some orange blossom lipgloss Weight: <1 pound

analyze

The orange blossom lipgloss interacts with WEAR/REMOVE, KISS, SMOOCH, LICK, and SMELL. The adjective must be the flavor of the lipgloss. The noun must remain lipgloss, lipbalm, or some variation to keep the essence of the item intact. The lipgloss lasts 30 minutes per application.
35000
some watermelon lipgloss Weight: <1 pound

analyze

The watermelon lipgloss interacts with WEAR/REMOVE, KISS, SMOOCH, LICK, and SMELL. The adjective must be the flavor of the lipgloss. The noun must remain lipgloss, lipbalm, or some variation to keep the essence of the item intact. The lipgloss lasts 30 minutes per application.
35000
some vanilla-honey lipgloss Weight: <1 pound

analyze

The vanilla-honey lipgloss interacts with WEAR/REMOVE, KISS, SMOOCH, LICK, and SMELL. The adjective must be the flavor of the lipgloss. The noun must remain lipgloss, lipbalm, or some variation to keep the essence of the item intact. The lipgloss lasts 30 minutes per application.
35000

In the orb-footed dark myrtle chest you see:

a rich pine green velvet overcoat hemmed with gilded piping Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The green velvet overcoat is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your green velvet overcoat and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The overcoat can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the overcoat's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the green velvet overcoat for you.
150000
a stone grey tweed overcoat threaded with glints of platinum Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The grey tweed overcoat is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your grey tweed overcoat and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The overcoat can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the overcoat's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the grey tweed overcoat for you.
150000
a gold-speckled apotl of overlapping sable and ecru feathers Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The gold-speckled apotl is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso and arms.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your gold-speckled apotl and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The apotl can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the apotl's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the gold-speckled apotl for you.
150000
a sweeping apotla fashioned from iridescent peacock feathers Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The sweeping apotla is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso and arms.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your sweeping apotla and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The apotla can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the apotla's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the sweeping apotla for you.
150000
a niveous velveteen atanika with broad satin-lined sleeves Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The velveteen atanika is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your velveteen atanika and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The atanika can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the atanika's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the velveteen atanika for you.
150000
a walnut-hued raw linen ataniki bordered with copper tracery Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The raw linen ataniki is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your raw linen ataniki and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The ataniki can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the ataniki's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the raw linen ataniki for you.
150000
an ashen blue jacquard toqua sewn with pale thanot beadwork Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The jacquard toqua is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your jacquard toqua and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The toqua can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the toqua's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the jacquard toqua for you.
150000
a tailored onyx flyrsilk toqua shot with opalescent tendrils Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The onyx flyrsilk toqua is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your onyx flyrsilk toqua and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The toqua can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the toqua's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the onyx flyrsilk toqua for you.
150000
an almond-hued matte silk robe printed with titian calendula Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The matte silk robe is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your matte silk robe and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The robe can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the robe's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the matte silk robe for you.
150000
a charcoal water camlet robe swept with pearl lotus blossoms Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The water camlet robe is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your water camlet robe and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The robe can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the robe's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the water camlet robe for you.
150000

In the beveled ebonwood wardrobe you see:

a layered emerald charmeuse cotehardie tinged with rose gold Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The charmeuse cotehardie is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your charmeuse cotehardie and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The cotehardie can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the cotehardie's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the charmeuse cotehardie for you.
150000
a dark carnelian silk cotehardie brocaded with verdigris ivy Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The carnelian silk cotehardie is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your carnelian silk cotehardie and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The cotehardie can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the cotehardie's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the carnelian silk cotehardie for you.
150000
an orchid blue cendal cotehardie trailing silk-tied sleeves Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The blue cendal cotehardie is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your blue cendal cotehardie and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The cotehardie can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the cotehardie's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the blue cendal cotehardie for you.
150000
a dusky violet paeline cotehardie painted with nimbus clouds Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The violet paeline cotehardie is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your violet paeline cotehardie and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The cotehardie can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the cotehardie's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the violet paeline cotehardie for you.
150000
an ebony waved camlet cotehardie clutched with nacre buttons Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The waved camlet cotehardie is designed to hide soft leather, rigid leather, chain mail and plate mail armor which covers torso, arms and legs.
This garment should be designed in such a manner to convey that ALL these areas are completely covered.
You carefully analyze your waved camlet cotehardie and sense that there are some alteration restrictions. The cotehardie can have either a long or a show description.
Any outer garment noun may be used for armor concealers as long as they are loose fitting and fully cover the appropriate areas of protection (tunics do not cover legs, so they may not cover leg worn armor, a shawl would not be appropriate at all, etc.).
Armor concealers that cover the head MUST have a hood/cowl in the base (15/15/15) and in any long descriptions.
Armor concealers can be made out of any material that is not see-through.
Racial clothing nouns are approved as follows:
Ruhan ~ This garment is knee-length or shorter and should not have a hood, so it cannot cover armor with leg or head protection. This concealer cannot be pocketed.
Toque ~ This noun is approved for any armor and may have a hood.
Cotehardie ~ This noun may be used but must clearly be an outer garment that falls to the knees (so it cannot cover armor with leg protection) and is not-tight fitting. It should be used as an elven outer garment, not a gown.
Apotl/Apotla ~ These are fine for concealers, but since it is a waist-length cloak, it only covers torso and arms.
Atanika/Ataniki ~ These nouns are approved for concealers but should not have a hood.
You can tell that the cotehardie's pockets could not possibly get any deeper, and you might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the waved camlet cotehardie for you.
150000

On the tiered crystalline carousel you see:

a pearl-laced blue glass bottle Weight: <1 pound

analyze

This blue glass bottle contains nail enamel that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this enamel.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (enamel), TAP (enamel, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
25000
a lacquered jasmine white bottle Weight: <1 pound

analyze

This jasmine white bottle contains nail gloss that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this gloss.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (gloss), TAP (gloss, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
25000
an absinthe green glass bottle Weight: <1 pound

analyze

This green glass bottle contains nail glaze that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this glaze.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (glaze), TAP (glaze, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
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a rose-suffused ivory glass bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This ivory glass bottle contains nail lacquer that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this lacquer.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (lacquer), TAP (lacquer, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
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a dotted fawn-colored bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This fawn-colored bottle contains nail polish that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this polish.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (polish), TAP (polish, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
25000
a burnished rosewood-hued bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This rosewood-hued bottle contains nail gloss that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this gloss.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (gloss), TAP (gloss, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
25000
a sunflower gold glass bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This gold glass bottle contains nail polish that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this polish.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (polish), TAP (polish, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
25000
an opalescent raven purple bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This raven purple bottle contains nail lacquer that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this lacquer.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (lacquer), TAP (lacquer, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
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an ebon-swirled granite grey bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This granite grey bottle contains nail enamel that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this enamel.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (enamel), TAP (enamel, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
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a scintillating garnet red bottle Weight: <1 pound

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This garnet red bottle contains nail glaze that when applied via WEAR will alter your UNIQUE feature. Please note that if you are already wearing an item that modifies your UNIQUE feature, you cannot wear this glaze.
Verbs: INSPECT, MEASURE, REMOVE (glaze), TAP (glaze, when worn), and WEAR (bottle).
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