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  1. I had a strange thought while reading this line in particular: "Should something like hide armor be supplanted/made obsolete by leather as an "improved version" or does that effectively kill the visual concept of the rough-hewn rawhide-wearing ranger or barbarian?" Perhaps armor shouldn't be a one-way street. Right now it seems to be defining the protection/abilities of the wearer. What if this were a two-way street and the wearer also affected the features of the armor? For instance, in the example above, what if the barbarian, by virtue of being a barbarian and coming from a lo
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