Princess Cloak Capes ArmStreet
Princess Cloak Capes ArmStreet
Princess Cloak Capes ArmStreet
Princess Cloak Capes ArmStreet
Princess Cloak Capes ArmStreet Burgundy
Princess Cloak Capes ArmStreet Green

Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
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HIGH MAGIC

The scholarly aspects of high magic and the intricacies of its practice is closely related to the typical profile of its practitioners. This form of esoterism was mostly present in wealthy and aristocratic circles, among noble and wealthy intellectuals of the time.
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Princess Cloak

A16775

Regular price $515.00 CAD Save $-515.00 CAD
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Armstreet creates top of the line equipment, handmade in Ukraine. Perfect for LARP, historical reenactment, SCA and Live Blade.

Materials

  • Natural cotton-based velvet
  • Natural silk
  • Thin polyester batting
  • Viscose twill lining
  • Melchior or Brass medallions, 2 in (5 cm) diameter each
  • Twisted satin ropes with tassels

Characteristics

  • One size - the length from shoulder to hem is 34 1/4 (87 cm)
  • Padded, quilted and lined
  • Embroidered silk inserts
  • Cap-like draped hood
  • Ties with tassel-ropes

Made in Ukraine by ArmStreet

Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
Discover the collection

HIGH MAGIC

The scholarly aspects of high magic and the intricacies of its practice is closely related to the typical profile of its practitioners. This form of esoterism was mostly present in wealthy and aristocratic circles, among noble and wealthy intellectuals of the time.
Discover the collection