Your shield sends a goblin clear off his feet, landing in a pile of his buddies. They miscalculated your massive strength, and are reeling backwards on the retreat. So much for supposed alliances--you can feel the goblin blood soaked clear down to your Tunic. They have learned too late that betraying an Orc of the Black Water would mean death. It’s too bad they won’t be able to share the word with their kin.
You adjust your great shield, letting out a battle cry of rage as another goblin aims for your ankles. Shield Bash. This one goes flying another fifteen paces.
Epic Armoury’s tunic is a light Viking-style shirt often worn as an undergarment, with a large V-shaped neckline. Reaching from the shoulders to the mid-thighs and made from comfortable, dyed cotton, this tunic is an extremely versatile item that can be a costume all by itself--or work as a base layer in a more complicated design. Made from durable fabric, this neutral cut tunic is an essential and long-lasting piece in any costuming wardrobe.
Historically worn by a great variety of people and cultures--with many different types of cuts!
The name derives from the Latin tunica, the basic garment worn by both men and women in Ancient Rome
Generally considered a male garment and was still worn in Norway until the 17th century
Donning your kimono and Jin Baori every morning is as much a ritual as a tea ceremony. Carefully inspected and folded the night before, it is of the utmost importance that a samurai of your stature maintain a pristine uniform. To look sloppy implies that your discipline is lacking--and by that logic, your swordsmanship must be, too.
Instead of risking such dishonor to your reputation, you take the care that is necessary. There will not be a thread out of place.
The Epic Armoury Jin Baori is a traditional open overcoat to be worn over a high-ranking samurai’s armour. Reaching from the shoulders to the mid-thigh and edged with broad golden bands along the collar and hem, this handsome garment adds detail and interest to an Asian-inspired costume. Fit shoulder armour outside the Jin-Baori by threading straps through the four eyelets located on the back and front. Each eyelet is clearly marked by golden edging, adding strength and aesthetic appeal.
On the back, the Jin-Baori has two slits allowing maximum mobility. These slits also allow a sword to hang comfortably from a belt beneath the coat. The garment is made of durable, but comfortable cotton with gold coloured cotton edging. Fully compatible with Epic Armoury's other Asian styles, the Jin-Baori is for the warrior looking to display his status and skill on the field of glory.
Historically made for armoured samurai to wear
Considered a type of haori, which is a kimono-like jacket that adds formality to an outfit
Traditionally a male garment until the Meiji period
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Silence. Perfect silence.
You use the silence as a cloak of armour, masked in the darkness and waiting for danger to show itself. You ready your sword, prepared to launch your deadly attack should your Lord’s assassins appear. One quick slice and they will breathe their last, you sword hitting its mark and your Kimono becoming soaked in their dark red blood. When you vanish once more, you’ll leave any of their allies bewildered and afraid.
Epic Armoury’s Dark Red Kimono is a traditional Japanese T-shaped robe with ¾ length sleeves made from heavy red cotton and a reinforced collar. Reaching from the shoulders to the upper thighs, this garment is a great base to an Ancestral costume. The Kimono is worn by tying the left over the right side, securing its cotton straps located on the inside and outside of the waist. The sleeves hang loose just above the wrists, leaving the hands free and allowing the greatest possible freedom of action.
Fully compatible with Epic Armoury's other Asian styles, the Kimono is a great basis for almost any samurai-inspired character you wish to make - be it honourable warrior or dishonoured thief.
A traditional Japanese garment since the 8th century
Resembles a kosode, which is a shorter sleeved kimono worn with a hakama
Traditionally secured with a sash tied at the back called an obi
Always traditionally tied with the left over the right side, except when dressing the dead
Two tone is the height of fashion, even on the battlefield!
The official tabbard of Conquest '09, but who are we kidding? Colours like these are stylish wherever you go!
You are a Rahk of the Black Ice Essence, a physical manifestation of perfection and complete unification. You march in unison and you fight in unison with all the soldiers and the officers of your unit. Together you are efficient.
The mortal races will all become assimilated in time. When everyone becomes an aspect of your Essence, the world will finally be perfect.
Epic Armoury’s Black Ice Tabard is a sleeveless, open-sided garment worn over any outfit or set of armor, often with a belt. This particular tabard is a tasteful violet-blue with black trim. Whether you are a one-man army wanting to stand out, or you are in a unit of soldiers and want to blend in, you will appear full of style, class, and distinction by wearing the Black Ice Tabard. While specifically designed for ConQuest’s Non-Player Character group, the Black Ice, feel free to use this tabard to fit your own character’s design.
Used as the uniform of choice for Black Ice infantry, a NPC group of enemies within the ConQuest universe
Made from the Essence of Black Ice, according to ConQuest lore