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A Selection of Silly Hats
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-05-02 12:17 PM
The deranged conversations of the Chat Room work their magic again! Thanks for making the scroll! I'd definitely add the "silly" freetext. Go to Comment
A Selection of Silly Hats
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-05-02 12:47 PM
No, make it subtly addictive... Even away from the desert, the denizens of the Tunis wastes wear their hats, dripping coolant wherever they go. They feel strangely ill and uncomfortable without them, but couldn't exactly say why. Go to Comment
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-05-02 01:06 PM
The Courtesans’ Hennin

In a few of the more conservative cities of the continent, professional courtesans or other women of ill-repute are required by the local sumptuary laws to wear hennin-styled hats while in public. These pointed hats are similar to the classic “princess” hats of medieval paintings. While the statute is widely flouted by those courtesans whose noble patrons shelter them from the attentions of the authorities, the more common prostitutes will never be seen without the required hat.

Unfortunately, these hats bear a distinct resemblance to the hats traditionally worn by wizards, witches, and some dwarves and gnomes. Visitors that wear such headgear may find themselves the subject of some extremely strange rumors. Go to Comment
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-05-03 12:53 PM
That's not true! None of MY clones are Commies! Go to Comment
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Eclipse's comment on 2007-05-02 01:57 PM
I love this scroll Go to Comment
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Jarons20's comment on 2007-05-02 10:57 AM
Tunis Desert Cap

The Tunis desert is an unforgiving place, large and flat, with the occasional sand dune, but absolutely no cover, no large plants, no rocky outcroppings, and no human habitation besides the last chance towns that lay on the borders. But traveling through the desert is often unavoidable because of how far it stretches. A solution to the harsh temperatures is the use of an ether-like liquid, a natural coolant that many desert travelers soak into their clothes to make their travel through slightly more bearable. It is no replacement for water, but in a place like the Tunis Desert, no liquid should ever be wasted.

The caps sold in the border towns are very unassuming, usually white or tan, cylindrical with no brim but from the back a long piece of fabric drapes down which can be wrapped around the face in case of sandstorms and to protect the skin from the harsh rays of the sun. Under the cap is sewn a pocket, which holds another piece of fabric. Folded and dipped in the coolant the fabric is slightly cooler and will remain so for at least a days journey, the liquid is also sold separately for emergency soakings. Go to Comment
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Jarons20's comment on 2007-05-02 11:00 AM
Here comes another one to become addicted to. Go to Comment
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Jarons20's comment on 2007-05-02 01:55 PM
Oh god, Wulf, that is just the twist it needed Go to Comment
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dark_dragon's comment on 2007-05-04 08:26 PM
Yeah! cool Scroll! You so have to throw some of those in your games! Go to Comment
A Selection of Silly Hats
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MysticMoon's comment on 2012-03-10 08:18 PM


What a collection of gems!


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The Divine Church of Modoaldus
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-03-31 06:22 PM
Extensive, a well written theocracy. I would comment more, but so many words...so many words.... (I'm in the process of assimilating the bulk of the Sectarian subs in a sitting so bear with me.) Go to Comment
The Divine Church of Modoaldus
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-03-30 02:02 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-03-31 06:28 PM
Hit me with a gavel and pronounce me guilty. The only thing I was expected and didn't find is what I have termed Axiophilia, or Love of Law and Rules. I half expected this to be a cult of semi-delusional obsessive-compulsive axiophiles so in love with the letter of the law that they began to worship it. Thank you for not being what I expected. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-03-30 02:06 PM
Law as Religion-I think I like this theocracy. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Cheka Man's comment on 2009-10-01 11:32 AM
What would they think of the worshippers of Jove? Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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necromancer's comment on 2007-04-08 01:41 PM
I love this god! I'm definatly going to make some use of this guy. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Dozus's comment on 2007-04-01 12:12 PM
Happy to surprise you. :)

I really wanted to cast them as a religion dedicated to order of all kinds: natural, social, personal, etc. Law logically followed order, hence it is somewhat legacentric (my own coined term). But their real aim is to bring the universe to order, not govern it through red tape. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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valadaar's comment on 2015-07-22 12:02 PM
Another great collaboration here - this religion makes sense and has obvious value.

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The Order of Dalraaen
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-04-06 12:13 PM
A well-conceived religion, credible and detailed. I would expect such an order to become increasingly concerned with rules and propriety as time passed, until they eventually choked under the weight of their own detailed customs and limitations, requiring reformation for the church to survive. Go to Comment
The Sisterhood of the Pelagic Queen
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manfred's comment on 2008-06-15 05:08 PM
There are a few monastic orders and the like, but sisterhoods seem to be really in short supply. But as with other rare topics, we have at least something, and this is a very good something. :)

What is their relation to other free peoples of the see... namely pirates, smugglers, and other ne'er-do-wells? I would think they have come into some sort of agreement over the years. Go to Comment
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