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So, for the upcoming Crossover LARP campaign, I am playing a Hind, a Sylvan Deer creature. I have been making a shopping list for him and I am having a problem finding a decent tribal shirt, and I'll probably just go with renaissance shirt #76 at least at the start, but my shopping antics have lead me to discover that most deer-related items are for HUNTERS.

This is a bit creepy, but then again, I should have known that, right?

Anyhow, a camo-deer hoodie might be a possibility, and there are a number of jewelry things that are nifty. And then there is this... ...A remote-controlled mechanical deer tail!

Sure it is for a deer decoy and it is aimed to improve your chances of killing a deer - something antithetical to my character concept, eh? But I could have a working, swishing floofy tail!

How did I ever even get to this crossroads? What say you great Internet friends. Would you sew this into the butt of your pants?

More anon...

Date: 2016-02-17 07:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
It's expensive but just imagine the first time someone reaches out to pet your tail and it wags or whatever. Little moments like that is why I LARP.

What did you have in mind for a tribal shirt? Joann's has a bunch of tribal-y prints since I last needed them.

Sewing? Oh, crap!

Date: 2016-02-17 07:20 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I had been searching for a completed shirt, but you remind me that I can, and probably should, sew.

I want something that is shaped like an African Dashiki, probably with prints of fractals or geometric shapes.

I think I am running into my own attraction and repulsion with cultural appropriation, here. Thus, the edge over towards medieval-renaissance styling.

Date: 2016-02-17 08:52 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I think I am running into my own attraction and repulsion with cultural appropriation, here.

Well, if it helps at all, the race packet is appropriating the hell out of Greek/Roman stuff specifically. Some aimless googling brings back stuff like:
Edited Date: 2016-02-17 09:01 pm (UTC)

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