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Colours:
 
Colours:
*azure <!-- x3 -->
+
*azure <!-- x5 -->
*black <!-- x9 -->
+
*black <!-- x12 -->
 
*blue <!-- x3 -->
 
*blue <!-- x3 -->
*bronze <!-- x2 -->
+
*bronze <!-- x4 -->
 
*brown <!-- x6 -->
 
*brown <!-- x6 -->
 
*burgundy <!-- x5 -->
 
*burgundy <!-- x5 -->
*cream <!-- x4 -->
+
*cream <!-- x5 -->
*dark <!-- x5 -->
+
*cyan
*gold <!-- x3 -->
+
*dark <!-- x9 -->
*green <!-- x3 -->
+
*ebony
 +
*gold <!-- x5 -->
 +
*green <!-- x4 -->
 
*grey <!-- x5 -->
 
*grey <!-- x5 -->
 
*indigo <!-- x4 -->
 
*indigo <!-- x4 -->
 
*khaki <!-- x2 -->
 
*khaki <!-- x2 -->
*lavender <!-- x7 -->
+
*lavender <!-- x9 -->
*maroon <!-- x4 -->
+
*maroon <!-- x7 -->
*orange <!-- x2 -->
+
*olive
*pale <!-- x4 -->
+
*orange <!-- x3 -->
 +
*pale <!-- x5 -->
 
*pink <!-- x7 -->
 
*pink <!-- x7 -->
*purple <!-- x2 -->
+
*purple <!-- x6 -->
*red <!-- x3 -->
+
*red <!-- x4 -->
*scarlet <!-- x4 -->
+
*scarlet <!-- x6 -->
*silver <!-- x8 -->
+
*silver <!-- x9 -->
*turquoise <!-- x9 -->
+
*turquoise <!-- x11 -->
*twilight <!-- x4 -->
+
*twilight <!-- x5 -->
*violet  
+
*violet <!-- x3 -->
*white <!-- x7 -->
+
*white <!-- x8 -->
*yellow <!-- x4 -->
+
*yellow <!-- x6 -->
  
 
Styles:
 
Styles:
*auriental <!-- x5 -->
+
*auriental <!-- x8 -->
 
*baggy <!-- x3 -->
 
*baggy <!-- x3 -->
*buckled <!-- x3 -->
+
*buckled <!-- x4 -->
*checked <!-- x4 -->
+
*checked <!-- x5 -->
 
*classic <!-- x2 -->
 
*classic <!-- x2 -->
*coarse <!-- x2 -->
+
*coarse <!-- x3 -->
 
*colourful <!-- Choices for the week were "colourful, taffeta and scarlet"... then later, "colourful, cashmere and brown", so I guess it can only be a style. --~~~~  -->
 
*colourful <!-- Choices for the week were "colourful, taffeta and scarlet"... then later, "colourful, cashmere and brown", so I guess it can only be a style. --~~~~  -->
*crisp <!-- x4 -->
+
*crisp <!-- x5 -->
*delicate <!-- x8 -->
+
*delicate <!-- x9 -->
*demure <!-- x2 -->
+
*demure <!-- x3 -->
 
*elegant
 
*elegant
*embroidered <!-- x2 -->
+
*embroidered <!-- x3 -->
 
*ephebian
 
*ephebian
 
*fitted <!-- x4 -->
 
*fitted <!-- x4 -->
 
*floral  
 
*floral  
*flowery <!-- x4 -->
+
*flowery <!-- x5 -->
 
*formal <!-- x2 -->
 
*formal <!-- x2 -->
*gauzy
+
*gauzy <!-- x2 -->
 
*heavy
 
*heavy
 
*hooded <!-- x4 -->
 
*hooded <!-- x4 -->
 
*klatchian <!-- x3 -->
 
*klatchian <!-- x3 -->
*lacy
+
*lacy <!-- x2 -->
*lancrastian <!-- x5 -->
+
*lancrastian <!-- x7 -->
*long <!-- x3 -->
+
*large
*morporkian <!-- x2 -->
+
*long <!-- x4 -->
 +
*morporkian <!-- x4 -->
 
*neat <!-- x7 -->
 
*neat <!-- x7 -->
*old
+
*old <!-- x2 -->
*plaid <!-- x4 -->
+
*plaid <!-- x6 -->
 
*plain <!-- x2 -->
 
*plain <!-- x2 -->
 
*pleated
 
*pleated
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*sequinned <!-- x4 -->
 
*sequinned <!-- x4 -->
 
*shiny
 
*shiny
*short <!-- x2 -->
+
*short <!-- x4 -->
*simple  
+
*simple <!-- x2 -->
 
*sleeveless <!-- x2 -->
 
*sleeveless <!-- x2 -->
*slim <!-- x2 -->
+
*slim <!-- x4 -->
 
*soft <!-- x3 -->
 
*soft <!-- x3 -->
*spiked
+
*spiked <!-- x5 -->
 
*starched <!-- x2 -->
 
*starched <!-- x2 -->
 
*strapless
 
*strapless
*striped <!-- x4 -->
+
*striped <!-- x8 -->
*studded
+
*studded <!-- x2 -->
*stylish <!-- x2 -->
+
*stylish <!-- x3 -->
 
*tight <!-- x2 -->
 
*tight <!-- x2 -->
 
*torn
 
*torn
*trendy <!-- x4 -->
+
*trendy <!-- x5 -->
  
 
Materials:
 
Materials:
*brocade <!-- x4 -->
+
*brocade <!-- x6 -->
*cashmere <!-- x8 -->
+
*cashmere <!-- x9 -->
 
*cotton <!-- x8 -->
 
*cotton <!-- x8 -->
*denim <!-- x4 -->
+
*denim <!-- x9 -->
*felt <!-- x5 -->
+
*felt <!-- x6 -->
*flannel <!-- x7 -->
+
*flannel <!-- x8 -->
*jersey <!-- x6 -->
+
*jersey <!-- x7 -->
*lace <!-- x9 -->
+
*lace <!-- x13 -->
*leather <!-- x4 -->
+
*leather <!-- x5 -->
*linen <!-- x3 -->
+
*linen <!-- x7 -->
*organza <!-- x8 -->
+
*organza <!-- x12 -->
*satin <!-- x5 -->
+
*satin <!-- x9 -->
*silk <!-- x6 -->
+
*silk <!-- x7 -->
*straw <!-- x10 -->
+
*straw <!-- x12 -->
*suede <!-- x5 -->
+
*suede <!-- x6 -->
 
*taffeta <!-- x9 -->
 
*taffeta <!-- x9 -->
 
*tweed <!-- x7 -->
 
*tweed <!-- x7 -->
*velvet <!-- x6 -->
+
*velvet <!-- x10 -->
*wool <!-- x5 -->
+
*wool <!-- x7 -->
  
 
An item of clothing need not fulfill all three aspects to be fashionable, only one.  In May of 2011, Gapp significantly altered the lists of colours, styles, and materials He chooses from when deciding what's fashionable, and decided to pick one colour, style, and material each week.  <!--In other words, let's only add fashions spotted after that date, since old ones might not still be in use. :) --~~~~ -->
 
An item of clothing need not fulfill all three aspects to be fashionable, only one.  In May of 2011, Gapp significantly altered the lists of colours, styles, and materials He chooses from when deciding what's fashionable, and decided to pick one colour, style, and material each week.  <!--In other words, let's only add fashions spotted after that date, since old ones might not still be in use. :) --~~~~ -->
  
 
The fashion changes every reboot, and after a week of uptime.
 
The fashion changes every reboot, and after a week of uptime.

Latest revision as of 15:04, 28 May 2017

Gapp, God of Fine Clothing

Often considered an elitist, Gapp and His priests make a point of being the best-dressed at any public function. The sense of style of His worshippers is as unquestionable as it is changeable, with new fashions tearing through His temples on a weekly basis. Gapp is a god who believes He is the best, and He knows how to dress properly for the position.

The most important of Gapp's commandments include: Thou shalt not go forth unclothed like the lesser beasts, unless My High Priest doth send you forth thus on My behalf, for infractions against My church such as over-dressing when in the presence of one holier than thou.

He only wants worshippers who are between quite good and neutral. His ideal alignment is at the beginning of the "good" range--3 degrees good.

He grants Cool and Mend to followers.

Temples and shops

Rituals

See Category:Gapp Rituals or Gapp's table of the levels at which rituals are learnt

Fashions

The types of clothes Gapp favours vary widely, but there are always three different things that He likes for any given week. Some past examples have included....

Colours:

  • azure
  • black
  • blue
  • bronze
  • brown
  • burgundy
  • cream
  • cyan
  • dark
  • ebony
  • gold
  • green
  • grey
  • indigo
  • khaki
  • lavender
  • maroon
  • olive
  • orange
  • pale
  • pink
  • purple
  • red
  • scarlet
  • silver
  • turquoise
  • twilight
  • violet
  • white
  • yellow

Styles:

  • auriental
  • baggy
  • buckled
  • checked
  • classic
  • coarse
  • colourful
  • crisp
  • delicate
  • demure
  • elegant
  • embroidered
  • ephebian
  • fitted
  • floral
  • flowery
  • formal
  • gauzy
  • heavy
  • hooded
  • klatchian
  • lacy
  • lancrastian
  • large
  • long
  • morporkian
  • neat
  • old
  • plaid
  • plain
  • pleated
  • ruffled
  • sequinned
  • shiny
  • short
  • simple
  • sleeveless
  • slim
  • soft
  • spiked
  • starched
  • strapless
  • striped
  • studded
  • stylish
  • tight
  • torn
  • trendy

Materials:

  • brocade
  • cashmere
  • cotton
  • denim
  • felt
  • flannel
  • jersey
  • lace
  • leather
  • linen
  • organza
  • satin
  • silk
  • straw
  • suede
  • taffeta
  • tweed
  • velvet
  • wool

An item of clothing need not fulfill all three aspects to be fashionable, only one. In May of 2011, Gapp significantly altered the lists of colours, styles, and materials He chooses from when deciding what's fashionable, and decided to pick one colour, style, and material each week.

The fashion changes every reboot, and after a week of uptime.