Fashion/Attire for each race

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Fashion/Attire for each race

Post by AdminKeiko on Tue Apr 25, 2017 2:31 am

Fashion for the Hikari

Tori: While the Tori are sentient, they still are considered fairly feral and often don't bother with fashion, except when going into battle. They will sometimes be seen wearing metal claws, sharpened metal beaks, or possibly small pouches for transporting items/messages. They refuse to wear armor since it would drastically inhibit their ability to both fly and perform their aerial attacks.

Harpy: Harpies tend to focus on dressing very light as well as wearing light-weight materials. They incorporate feathers, gold, bones or trophies of slain enemies into their attire. They also are often content in wearing their light-weight, yet strong metal armor.

Seraph: The Seraphs can be very vain in their appearance and typically want to dress in their best wear. Typically their clothing will be light and made of silks, chiffon, ramie, etc. and are very elegant.  For work attire, while they will dress to the style of their occupation, it will still be made of some of the finest material and made to last.  For battle, they will generally be covered rather well, since they typically like to keep their bodies as perfect and as scar-free as possible.

Fashion for the Okami

Yama-Inu: While the Yama-Inu are sentient, they are still considered fairly feral and will typically not participate in wearing clothing or fashion of any sort as they see it as tradition stemmed from the Hikari. They see the wolves that ran with the Wolf-God as a model to their lifestyle as they wore no clothing, so why should they. During battle, some may choose to wear armor to better guard themselves from aerial attacks and help make them last in battle much longer than those that choose not to wear armor. They may also be seen wearing metal claws or a muzzle that fits around their maw with crafted, sharpened metal fangs.

Monsu: Monsu vary in their opinion of fashion. Some choose to wear clothes as it is typically the norm in the village, but since they are already protected from the elements with their fur, most don't see reason to wear clothes unless it is to better protect their coat from being damaged due to their occupation. Those that choose to wear clothing, might be seen wearing leather or hides of the animals they hunt. When it comes to battle, however, the majority choose to wear armor and/or chainmail. Armor is typically heavier and made of a strong metal alloy for melee fighters. Ranged fighters will typically wear light armor made of hide or leather.

Hiretsuna: The majority of the Hiretsuna will wear clothing which will typically consist of linen, leather, pelts, fur, cotton, or wool. Their attire generally isn't very fancy, but is more for everyday use for either their occupation or chores on their homesteads. It is not unusual for a Hiretsuna to choose to not wear clothing at all as some view it as a tradition of the Hikari, like the Yama-Inu. As for battle, nearly all Hiretsuna will suit up in armor, leather, and/or chainmail and scars are definitely welcomed and worn as a proud fashion statement.

Fashion for the Umimizu:

Ebisu: Ebisu, while sentient, are still considered fairly feral and generally don't see the point in wearing clothing or participating in the wearing of fashion. In battle, very few may choose to wear any weapons since the Ocean Goddess gifted them with weapons of their own - their mighty jaws. Rarely will they ever choose to wear armor as it inhibits their speed of both movement and attack underwater.

Mizuchi: Fashion and the option of wearing clothing vary from Mizuchi to Mizuchi. Generally, a fair amount feel more comfortable in their own scales. Those that choose to wear clothing, however, typically will wear whatever the ocean provides for them, whatever the Hikari throw into their depths, or what they might find from shipwrecks they've caused.  For battle, they will wear armor they've found, items the ocean has provided, or armor they've crafted themselves.

Fashion for the Yokai

Yokai clothing is typically made of material from mostly the lowlands or upper lands and is generally more heavy duty as many Yokai spend a great deal of time travelling. A good amount of the woman, enjoy wearing kimonos, smocks, robes, etc. The men generally will wear kimonos, tunics, robes, and/or hakama.  While many Yokai typically do not enjoy battle, they will fight if the matter calls for it, especially when it comes to defending Mother Luna's garden or the Sacred Lands. They will typically wear armor(leather, chainmail, or metal) from either the Hikari or Okami, depending on their preference.

Fashion for the Humans

Slaves: Slaves will typically wear whatever their brothel or owner permits them to. Slaves of the Okami typically might be seen dressed in leather, furs, pelts, cotton, linen, or wool - possibly silk, but this is rare.  Slaves of the Hikari typically are dressed in fine silks, light metal alloy, fine gold chain, etc. Owners of slaves will sometimes forcefully recruit their slaves into battles, when they occur and will dress them in the armor of the land of their owner. However, most owners see their slaves as prized possessions that would not want to see wasted in the front lines of battle.

Free Humans: Typically dress in what they can afford, which is usually cotton, wool, or linen. For their occupations, they will dress to their occupation. For battle, most don't see war being worth their time since it is generally the affairs of the children of the gods, which they try to stay out of as much as possible.


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