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About Dustan

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    P&A Marshal

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    Binghamton, NY
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    I have all sorts of interests that include Tabletop gaming, Martial arts, Fitness, and of course LARP
  1. Newcomer

    And I'm Dustan the Props and Atmosphere Marshal. If you have any questions concerning, or want some help finding, garb for NPC and PC alike let me know. It's not too late to get stuff ordered if we act quick :)
  2. Ling here.

    Hello, my names Dustan. I am the Props and Atmosphere Marshal. The ears in your picture do look a bit long for our lore. Typically, elves have ears on the shorter side. This is not a hard rule and what lean toward is shorter than the players longest finger past his natural ear. Once again, it is not a hard rule more of a guide to help players purchase ears for their character. We shy away from longer "anime" ears for elves. The longer they are the more they are leaning towards a snow goblin mutation. On another note, We also require that elf ears be blended to match the skin, if you are good this will have very little seam. On a bare minimum the ears have to be painted to match your skin tone. What I, and many of the elves you will meet here at game have come to wear are silicone ears. Vendors of them are more limited, however, they look much better. Here are a couple ears that will be great at game. One more normal length, one on the upper end of longer ears. https://www.etsy.com/listing/459405972/elf-ears-classic-style-silicone-long?ref=shop_home_active_13&frs=1 https://www.etsy.com/listing/558953841/zelda-inspired-ear-tips-in-very-life?ref=shop_home_active_3&frs=1
  3. Wing-capes? Yay or Nay?

    The issue is, these are not capes, these are wings. KoN is a fantasy game with fantasy creatures. There is no real world way of telling the difference between a guy wearing a "cape," and our winged creatures when the prop used is very similar. Therefor we do not allow something like this that can be confused with a creature. If you want a fancy cape that's fine. But, my first thought can not be "Those are wings."
  4. Keyblades? Can we use them?

    "Original" is not the correct word. What I mean, there is nothing original about a calimacil bellator, however, it is a good sword that lots of players own. You can not use a recognizable weapon from any sort of fan fiction or anything for that matter. Also, your weapon has to LOOK like a weapon.
  5. Wing-capes? Yay or Nay?

    No this is not.
  6. Forged Foam Weapons and colored blades

    Hello Matt, I am Dustan The Props and atmosphere Marshal. I looked at the 3 colored blades on your other post. The red and blue ones coloring would be acceptable as your PC under the conditions that someone brought them into game as magic items via our crafting system. This requires in-game coin and Crafting skills. If you are interested in knowing more here's a link to the weapon crafting rules. While I am Linking that, here is the link to our rules wiki. We do not have weapon damage that requires purple. That said, a purple blade would be not be acceptable because of that reason. Forged foam generally makes decent equipment that will pass our safety standards. However, only recently have they started making non-boffer style weapons, and can not say for sure they will pass a safety check.
  7. Is bringing this book acceptable?

    P&A Marshall here. Aesthetically speaking, it's fine.
  8. Quils and their acceptable-ness

    That is fine yes
  9. The first sword should be fine. I say "Should" because it still (as any weapon does) needs to be checked for safety by our rules team. The second weapon looks like a "Heros Edge" Brand weapon, they do not meet safety requirements.
  10. My first homemade boffer and questions

    John I understand your frustration. I think part of the problem your having is the term boffer is generally used for the more cloth covered weapons you are seeing. At KoN we have a very high aesthetic value and do not allow those. A general rule of thumb is if it does does not appear to look like a real weapon, it will fly. On what MK said Re Dag/boffer style weapons for NPC. We are moving away from this being permissible and I highly advise against it.
  11. Medieval utility belt

    Those are both fine
  12. My first homemade boffer and questions

    Unfortunately, I can not link you to a tutorial. What I will suggest is you search for the group on Facebook "plastidip artists" the method many of them use will be acceptable.
  13. My first homemade boffer and questions

    Honestly, unless you have all the materials already, making a weapon does not come out much cheaper than buying a cheaper one. When you get into making a larger amount the cost per weapon drops. I highly suggest just saving and buying a cheaper weapon from a reputable manufacturer. Or seeing if anyone wants to sell a used weapon.
  14. My first homemade boffer and questions

    Hello, I'm Dustan, the Props and Atmosphere Marshal. The video will not make a legal weapon, aesthetically speaking, in our game. The link you provided, aesthetically they are just fine. Safety wise, it depends on the manufacturer of the weapon. I suggest looking for similar weapons from a store that would not have to ship over seas. Also, if you are planning to NPC your first event, which is generally what we recommend as it allows you to get a handle on the rules and familiarize yourself with the setting before committing to a character concept, then do not worry about a weapon. We have weapons to use for NPC purposes.
  15. That is the standard rate yes. However, this is the only month we take open donations.