Originally Posted by sahardima
Originally Posted by Bufotenina
Yep but only as winter armor laugh

Summer version?:
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I think I found the armor for my male barbarian! Bless you wink

Originally Posted by Nyloth
Originally Posted by Starlights
Originally Posted by Kadajko
Originally Posted by Danielbda
Fuck realism, this is a fantasy game. Armor has to look cool, and sexy armor looks better in a female body.

I think it can be done tastefully.

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I agree to that, it's tastefully and fit into the less pragmatic and more into a fantasy world. smile but now that we are talking about this, ahhh .. the female equivalent would be ..ah just no

@Nyloth, what do you think ?

Isn't priest of Loviatar wearing something similar? He doesn’t have nipple chains but I think he will be happy to have it xD

However, it looks "sexy" only from some perverted side. First, the sexual armor for a male and female character will be visually different. It can't be the same. I am sure that this applies to both women's and men's tastes, as someone here already said, the skirts of git men do not look as sexy as Lae skirt. I would, for example, bare their breasts, instead of legs. Remember the trailer in the game! They were half-naked on dragons, very hot. Impractical, but hot.

What you see in this image is female sexuality, well, or it suited some very mannered and unusual male character.
But if it was a female character (and then the chest would be closed, which is logical), then this costume would look very cool. Although the rivets on the skin.. Oh, my God.

To me that dude is "sexy" although its not my thing because of the rivets and rings in the skin. And through reverse image search it is intended to be sexy. He is a priest of a god of "Lust, pride and self-indulgence."

@Nyloth Took me a second to get what you meant by "female sexuality", because the half naked dude under the spoiler tag was more tantalizing to me as a woman attracted to men (though unfortunately, the bara art style isn't usually intended for a female audience), but I think I get what you mean. Picture in your mind what a sexy, evil sorceress would look like - its easy to visualize because its such a trope. Make her male and that's that picture. Legs out with a trailing robe, and the male equivalent of showing cleavage. I disagree that it doesn't work here, but if you're not used to this sort of thing, I respect our difference in tastes.

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