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More clothing and armor cosmetic variety

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I'm sure it's coming, but I just need to openly suggest it. I would love to see more clothing and armor and weapon varieties (besides skins for purchase). I'm fine with the skins, and I know 3d models are time consuming and not cheap, so having cool skins you can buy works for me, but I would love to see some additional variety as well in the crafting tables.

For instance, could you make some more outfits, like a tailors outfit, a miner, a farmer, that offer a bonus to the affected trait. It would add variety and have a useful purpose.

Also, this game is geared toward role playing, so being able to look unique is important. So even just a few more clothing options or armor and weapon options, even if just cosmetic, or slightly different crafting recipes, to give variety to what can be produced and how you can look would be great.

I'm sure these things are coming, but I love variety, and the more you can add, the more I will thank you!
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    Saturday, October 30 2021, 04:31 PM - #Permalink
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    Tuesday, November 16 2021, 02:59 PM - #Permalink
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    Friday, December 03 2021, 04:17 AM - #Permalink
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    Creating your own armor/robes, in my opinion, is the finest option. You'd build a clone of anything you wanted to utilize, then add the Arch-Mage enchantment data to it. However, if you don't mind learning and levelling your Enchanting skill and/or using the enchanting loop exploit, You can get some lil peep clothing ideas from lil Peep shop, you can edit the Arch-Mage robe enchantment so that it can be learned at an enchanter (assuming it can't already be) and thus can be applied to any armors/robes you want - you'll destroy the robes in the process, but that seems like a fair trade-off.
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