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Post by Min Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:11 am

I've seen a lot of characters wear human clothes around here (scarves, hats, capes, etc.) But my question is, would a character (a bipedal) be allowed to wear a whole set of clothes? (e.x. hat, shirt, pants... No shoes though because paws lol.)

I was wondering this because for one of my Purrloin's history, she was a targeted by dangerous Pokemon. In order to protect her child, her mother found toddler clothes, ripped them to size, and put them on her daughter and disguised her well so she would not be detected as easily. The Purrloin itself when standing on her hind legs is only a tad bit shorter than the average human toddler, and tucked her animal features like tail and ears into pants, hat, etc (although rather uncomfortably.)
Would this be okay? owo


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Post by Suicune Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:37 am

Doubtful. Most animals don't fit well into human clothes because of the way their joints bend; they're much different from people.
NO I HAVEN'T TRIED DRESSING OUR DOG IN BABY CLOTHES BEFORE

The only exception I've ever seen it working on is Sawk and Throh, and it's still uncertain as to if those are clothes or its' skin. >>

Perhaps it would work with something extremely humanoid, with the same joint configuration as humans...but I don't think it would on a cat.




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Post by Min Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:36 pm

fsjfkdsagf thank you for the quick reply. <33
Hmm... Then I'll probably stick with a hat, scarf, and something akin to a poncho. Thankies! <3

someone should dress their dog up as suicune for halloween
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Post by Mew Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:39 pm

@Suicune wrote:I don't think it would on a cat.
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Post by Duma Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:32 am

@Suicune wrote:I don't think it would on a cat.
has so not dressed up pet cat before nope
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