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The Hooded Shroud of Shadows.

Discussion in 'The Baja Roleplaying & Event Alliance' started by WarderDragon, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. WarderDragon

    WarderDragon Babbling Loonie
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    Oct 9, 2008
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    The Hooded Shroud of Shadows.


    Some Shards have adopted a RP Convention where those who are wearing Hooded Shrouds are considered 'Disguised' and 'Shrouded.'

    Is this something we want to adopt?

    It would not work in all cases. If someone returned over and over again in a hooded shroud we're going to recognize that character. If that person spoke we would be able to sense their voice. There are going to be some cases where Mages and Sorcerers sense the presence of another Mage or Sorcerer.

    But if Heathard or the Duchess were wandering Britain in a Hooded Shroud or Friars Hooded Robe it might stand to reason that the character is attempting to hide their true nature. Thoughts?
  2. WildStar

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    May 12, 2008
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    There are other indicatations that could be used to show that someone is trying to hide their identity such no guild name or title when it is usually on and the use of incognito or a disguise kit, if a thief.

  3. War Wizard

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    Mar 26, 2009
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    we may have to specify what hooded robe would indicate some one hiding their identity. Three of my characters always have have a hooded robe on for the attributes they offer.