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    Is that Seanbaby?

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    No good for hunting Unicorns.

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    By the way - this will provide the mother of all "Meanwhile, in Russia" memes.

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    My D&D group will meet this guy on Halloween.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonuzaba View Post
    What, you guys never dressed as a hedgehog on Halloween?
    I think that might be closer to the truth than "Russian bear hunting armor". There's a similar or identical outfit in the Menil Collection art museum in Houston, Texas, where it's described as a "wildman costume" from Germany or Switzerland, dating to the 18th or 19th centuries. If so, it's very likely a festival costume representing a figure of local folklore, along these lines:

    http://www.charlesfreger.com/images/...Mann%20031.jpg
    http://cache.virtualtourist.com/4/43...erttemberg.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by DdlR View Post
    I think that might be closer to the truth than "Russian bear hunting armor". There's a similar or identical outfit in the Menil Collection art museum in Houston, Texas, where it's described as a "wildman costume" from Germany or Switzerland, dating to the 18th or 19th centuries. If so, it's very likely a festival costume representing a figure of local folklore, along these lines:

    http://www.charlesfreger.com/images/...Mann%20031.jpg
    http://cache.virtualtourist.com/4/43...erttemberg.jpg
    Huh. Wouldn't wanna be caught underneath 500 kilos of bear with that suit. That leather wouldn't hold those spikes out of my flesh, especially if caught back down on a stone or surface...

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