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Horse Of A Different Fashion

a crimson wool tent, [Map Room C], Lich# 28029, go wool tent

Horse Of A Different Fashion

[Horse Of A Different Fashion - 28031]
Layers of thick wool line the frame of the canopy tent, locking the heat from a small copper brazier inside. A tall polished brass rack of clothing makes a colorful wall along the back of the area. Wooden planks cover the ground to create a makeshift floor. Thick carpets give the space some semblance of elegance, their woven patterns creating the symbols of the six Dai. Hanging from the pine frame is a small sign.
Obvious exits: east, out
sign
Clothing for the refined rider. One of the crimson atankia and alabaster ataniki are designed to cover armor.

On the tall polished brass rack you see:
Containers [10]: a flowing bone white ataniki with small summer agates, a rich cerise velvet atanika trimmed with ebon rabbit fur , a loose umber nanjir with tiny storm agates, a cerise satin kanjir embroidered with white conies, a brushed leather riding skirt with umber embroidery, a woven white linen isiqiri clasped with owleye agates, a stiff viridian silk isiqiri with beetle agates, a front-split umber silk atanika studded with storm agates, a side-split cerise silk ataniki trimmed with white velvet, a cropped leather riding jacket with drought agate buttons

a flowing bone white ataniki with small summer agates Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
chest-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:

The bone white 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 bone white 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.

100
a rich cerise velvet atanika trimmed with ebon rabbit fur Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
chest-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:

The cerise velvet 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 cerise velvet 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.

100
a loose umber nanjir with tiny storm agates Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn 15
a cerise satin kanjir embroidered with white conies Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn 15
a brushed leather riding skirt with umber embroidery Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn 15
a woven white linen isiqiri clasped with owleye agates Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
chest-worn
functional
25
a stiff viridian silk isiqiri with beetle agates Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
chest-worn
functional
25
a front-split umber silk atanika studded with storm agates Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
50
a side-split cerise silk ataniki trimmed with white velvet Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
50
a cropped leather riding jacket with drought agate buttons Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
cloak-worn
functional
50

Horse Of A Different Fashion, East

[Horse Of A Different Fashion - 28032]
Stretched along the far wall, a beautiful tapestry depicting the symbols of the six Dai layers with the woolen walls to ward off the damp cold from outside. A pair of brass lanterns hang from the rough pine framework of the tent. Thick woven carpets cover the rough plank floor, their lengths buckling slightly under the weight of a small wooden counter. Several crates are tucked to one side, their contents shadowed in the corner of the room.
Obvious exits: west

On the small wooden counter you see:
Containers [1]: a folded viridian satin vatanura embroideed with golden threading
Clothing [4]: a wide faenor elothrai dangling a nalatha agate, a woven silver elothrai with a summer agate droplet, a triple-peaked umber silk atiki clasped with an owleye agate, a triple-layered alabaster silk atika with tiny beetle agates

a folded viridian satin vatanura embroideed with golden threading Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item of very small size
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
10
a wide faenor elothrai dangling a nalatha agate Weight: <1 pound head-worn 35
a woven silver elothrai with a summer agate droplet Weight: <1 pound head-worn 35
a triple-peaked umber silk atiki clasped with an owleye agate Weight: 2 pounds head-worn 10
a triple-layered alabaster silk atika with tiny beetle agates Weight: 2 pounds head-worn 10

In the crates you see:
Containers [5]: a pair of umber silk yatane with tiny jade heels, a pair of bleached leather yatane embroidered with cerise designs, a cerise silk vatanura with snow white fringe, a pair of umber leather riding gloves with viridian stitching, a pair of bleached riding gloves buttoned with owleye agates

a pair of umber silk yatane with tiny jade heels Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
foot-worn
functional
10
a pair of bleached leather yatane embroidered with cerise designs Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
foot-worn
functional
10
a cerise silk vatanura with snow white fringe Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item of very small size
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
10
a pair of umber leather riding gloves with viridian stitching Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
hand-worn
functional
10
a pair of bleached riding gloves buttoned with owleye agates Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item
hand-worn
functional
10

2019

a crimson wool tent, [Map Room C], Lich# 28029, go tent

HoaDF Entry

[Horse Of A Different Fashion - 28031]
Layers of thick wool line the frame of the canopy tent, locking the heat from a small copper brazier inside. A tall polished brass rack of clothing makes a colorful wall along the back of the area. Wooden planks cover the ground to create a make-shift floor. Thick carpets give the space some semblance of elegance, their woven patterns creating the symbols of the six Dai. Hanging from the pine frame is a small sign.
Obvious exits: east, out
Clothing for the refined rider.
One of the crimson atankia and alabaster ataniki are designed to cover armor.

On the tall polished brass rack you see:

a fitted leather riding jacket with beetle agate clasps Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
any number of items
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the leather riding jacket for you or deepen its pockets.
50
a layered ebon linen ataniki trimmed with rabbit fur Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
any number of items
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the ebon linen ataniki for you or deepen its pockets.
50
a black cherry silk atanika with belled sleeves Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Significant (100-119)
any number of items
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the cherry silk atanika for you or deepen its pockets.
50
a starched almond linen isiqiri secured with an owleye agate Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the almond linen isiqiri for you or deepen its pockets.
25
an embroidered ivory silk isiqiri secured with nalatha agates Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the ivory silk isiqiri for you or deepen its pockets.
25
a soft suede riding skirt with drought agate buttons Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the riding skirt for you or deepen its pockets.
15
some fitted ebon silk kanjir adorned with a summer agate Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the ebon silk kanjir for you or deepen its pockets.
15
a pair of pale linen kanjir sewn with a storm agate Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the pale linen kanjir for you or deepen its pockets.
15
some loose-cut ashen nanjir stitched with pale whorls Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item of very small size

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the ashen silk nanjir for you or deepen its pockets.
15
some loose beryl linen nanjir secured with a beetle agate Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item of very small size

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the beryl linen nanjir for you or deepen its pockets.
15
a dark crimson velvet atanika trimmed with pale ermine Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The creator has also provided the following information:
The crimson velvet 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 crimson velvet 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 crimson velvet atanika for you.
100
a front-split alabaster ataniki embroidered with dusky rams Weight: 5 pounds
Pocketed: Fairly small (8-11)
several items
functional

analyze

The creator has also provided the following information:
The alabaster 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 alabaster 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 alabaster linen ataniki for you.
100

HoaDF East

[Horse Of A Different Fashion - 28032]
Stretched along the far wall, a beautiful tapestry depicting the symbols of the six Dai layers with the woolen walls to ward off the damp cold from outside. A pair of brass lanterns hang from the rough pine framework of the tent. Thick woven carpets cover the rough plank floor, their lengths buckling slightly under the weight of a small wooden counter. Several crates are tucked to one side, their contents shadowed in the corner of the room.
Obvious exits: west

On the small wooden counter you see:

a triple-peaked sheer linen atika sewn with silver threading Weight: 2 pounds

analyze

You get no sense of whether or not the atika may be further lightened.
10
a folded pale green linen atiki clasped with a silver bar Weight: 2 pounds

analyze

You get no sense of whether or not the atiki may be further lightened.
10
a gold filigree triple-linked elothrai inset by a drought agate Weight: <1 pound

analyze

You get no sense of whether or not the elothrai may be further lightened.
35
a slender steel-chained elothrai hanging a storm agate Weight: <1 pound

analyze

You get no sense of whether or not the elothrai may be further lightened.
35
a pleated gossamer silk vatanura embroidered by gold thread Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item of very small size
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the gossamer silk vatanura for you or deepen its pockets.
10

In the crates you see:

a pair of ashen riding gloves with silver embroidery Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item
functional

analyze

You can tell that the gloves is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
10
a pair of ebon leather riding gloves set with a summer agate Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item
functional

analyze

You can tell that the gloves is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
10
a beryl-hued crushed velvet vatanura threaded with silver Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item of very small size
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the crushed velvet vatanura for you or deepen its pockets.
10
a pair of ashen leather yatane embroidered with silver whorls Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the ashen leather yatane for you or deepen its pockets.
10
a pair of ebon silk yatane with small kakore heels Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
one item
functional

analyze

You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the ebon silk yatane for you or deepen its pockets.
10