(I feel like doing an open rp with the new muse Silk Harmony)
Silk had been walking around Ponyville reacquainting herself with the surroundings. She had just moved into a house near a bakery a few days ago. Her house was full of boxes and unpacked things. She was gonna use her magic though to help with that later.
Questions about where I buy my leggings and costumes are something I hear frequently. I’m not dedicated to any specific brands and sometimes I just make my own costumes. There are a few guidelines I follow when purchasing new costume and aerial training clothes.
We all know that close fitting garments are best when you’re training (and performing, depending on your choreography). I like them colorful, like my Adventure Time leggings and my Space Unicorn leggings.
But if you’re are looking for something a little more classic and performance friendly, I’m a big fan of Mirella leotards like the Jozette.
Just remember that if it is not made for dance applications, it might not move well or it may move too much. Always test out your costumes before a show and bring an extra just in case. I’ve purchased dance specific leotards that slide right off of my chesticles, so always take the time to move around in your new aerial and dance pieces.
If I ever make a video game, I want to have an intricate character relationship system and I want to have one character whose idle animation has them pulling out and working on some sort of knitting project. This character will also be some sort of spellcaster/mage/enchanter.
Then, I want to code it so that if you leave this character idling long enough, a random knitted item will end up in your inventory. This item will generally not have great stats, if it has any at all, but it will increase your friendship with the knitter when you equip it (and make the knitter hella mad if you vendor it).
THEN, I want to make it such that there are items you can buy for the knitter that make them knit faster. What used to take like an hour of them idling now only takes minutes. This is both good and bad: good because, obviously, the knitter knits faster; bad because inventory management gets awful when you can’t vendor a bunch of shit.
AFTER YOU HAVE MAXED OUT YOUR FRIENDSHIP
AND THE KNITTER HAS ALL THE GOOD KNITTING GEAR
you can leave the knitter to idle for a while
and they will knit you the most badass magical armor in the entire goddamn game. It is, they will tell you, their magnum opus of crafting. Each stitch is like a tiny piece of knotwork magic. All of the stitches are imbued with magical power meant to compliment your character’s stats. It is made from the finest unicorn-hair silk and gives you no movement penalties. It protects you from all forms of heat/cold and probably also lets you regen some health, too.
And after all that, the knitter’s idle animation has them just stabbing at things with their knitting needles.