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 Post subject: Non WWII Rigged Gear...?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2015 4:13 pm 
Anvil Polisher
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Another random thought...

Is the Rigged system going to be exclusively for WWII gear? Or had there been thoughts of expanding the line to other eras/genres?

It struck me that the equipment belt and supply strap could work very well in a fantasy/medieval setting with just a few different accessories. Simpler pouches. A more primitive backpack. A wine skin. A dagger sheath (maybe not even a working one, but just a one-piece dummy). A sword sheath that could work on the side of the belt or the back of the strap.

I don't know. Random idea that hit me...


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 Post subject: Re: Non WWII Rigged Gear...?
PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2015 5:56 am 
Chief Smithy
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RIGGED is definitely not exclusive to the WW2 gear. Fantasy is something we discussed at the inception of the RIGGED concept. The modularity of it all makes it so appealing that we'd be silly not to use it for other themes. I think you might see the concept appear in a different theme than fantasy next.

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