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2-22-2009 @ 11:11PM
Glad to see that the "So You Want to be" series is continuing! I'm interested to see your spin on tailoring, especially for those who aren't cloth-wearers. :)
2-23-2009 @ 7:45AM
Tailoring would be interesting.Off topic (but on topic for this response), to get the future inspiration going for a tailoring article...My gnome warlock, tailor, enchanter sees herself as a weaver.She learned tailoring as a physical study and pattern for how the universe is all connected, how things can be joined together or unraveled apart. As her tailoring skills progressed, so did the intricacies of her techniques and the depth of her understanding.She furthered her studies/understanding by branching into enchanting where she mastered weaving and unweaving the fabric of magic.As an ultimate expression of her understanding, her abilities as a warlock are seen not as curses or healing magic, but rather as unraveling or weaving together the very threads of life or construct energy.
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