I actually hide both a ritual dagger and a wand within my staff. That way I have access to all of my tools on the go.Darth_Payn said:
It's fine for spells that don't use much mana, but anything above level 5 on the Veles-scale, you really don't want your skin to be the surface for the plane-transition of energy.nuba km said:or even bare hand for the particularly skilled.
Isn't there a risk of the mana-charges interfering with each other, then?vxicepickxv said:I actually hide both a ritual dagger and a wand within my staff. That way I have access to all of my tools on the go.Darth_Payn said:
I really have to agree with this... If one were to examine my profile, they would note that I don't even HAVE a face for which a beard to grow...Punch You said:In addition to what you said, I'm always angered whenever they say that every wizard needs a beard. You try becoming an 11th evolution biomancer and see if you can avoid the occasional pyromantic crab cancer or two. Plus, I'm 26% reptile! You have any idea how ridiculous I'd look with mammalian hair? I was looking for real fashion tips to make up for my current out-of-place dolphin fin, but this radio show just proved to be as unhelpful as ever.
I think both are acceptable. The hood, while part of the cloak, need not adhere to any hemming you need elsewhere. If it seems long to you, hemming is acceptable, but take care not to get it too short, because then it looks rather silly.Blackout62 said:Oh for the love of- Now gentlemagi, it is clear that the guest's pro-wand argument was only given to incite fiery discourse such as this, we are meant to talk of fashion. Now, I have recently purchased a new cloak that I've needed hemmed and my question is: For the mantled hood that accompanies the cloak do I have it hemmed to maintain the original proportion of fabric length or do I leave it as is? The mantle isn't to the length of being uncomfortable but when seen in the reflecting pool it just seems so long. Also, what's the deal with the organic alchemy movement?
Yeah, what they don't realise is that you need to make the size work for you rather than you working against it.vxicepickxv said:I actually hide both a ritual dagger and a wand within my staff. That way I have access to all of my tools on the go.Darth_Payn said:
Utili-stick is the most ingenious tool every devised for traveling wizardry.