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3-02-2009 @ 11:27AM
Ahh, glad to see you hitting on the professions David, and this is yet another great article.I would add to keep in mind that tailoring (and all professions) can be roleplayed from a variety of angles. There is of course that actual act of tailoring, that is, taking all the required components and stitching together the final product. There is also the supplier, the one who ventures to the corners of the world to gather the materials. Or perhaps you specialize in gathering only the best silks, or mageweave. I once even had an Ultima Online avatar who was employed as a bodyguard to a tailor, 'cause, you know, those sheep can sometimes get rowdy. :) On the other end of the business ladder, perhaps you could create a full tailoring guild, managing a host of tailors each with specific skill sets, and your job is simply to take orders and dispatch that certain person who is best for the job. Do a little RL online homework about the process of how clothes are currently made, then just improvise and adapt that into the game. Roll on!
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