Military Luggage Tags: Make Your Bags Stand Out
Military Related Issues
There is no better way to distinguish your luggage from the rest, than using custom made military luggage tags. You can show your pride for our US Army, US Air force, US Navy, and US Marine Corps with so many different patterns that will certainly stand out from the crowd.
Whilst trying to get to term with the 'tags' system.. I have several questions. One, I do not understand why the page before instructed us to make our military gear and luggage stickout. For one, if my character does successfully become a member of the knighthood, why would he not adorn his horses barding, atmot and his shield with his Lord's Heralfty? You mention countries flags which would instantly ruin any sense of verismilitude I had. Luggeade? In a mediaeval fantasy game? I am unsure of when knights, warriors, rangers, or any other such type would carry 'luggage on a long distance trek. Perhaps on a cart and horse, or perhaps on ungainly hround he would pay the services of a shirpa, or cpeasnet.
I undertsnad tagging in the respect to differient betwen talking out of character. But wonld there not be a seperate forumn for that? If I am engrossed in the story, and someone want to write a quip about someone in real life and not related to the drama that is currently going on, I find that wholly unacceptable.
However, my prefered use of the tag is describing what my charcter is doing, but even then I am having issues. So I wanted my first seen of the tavern to be one of shock. Boistroius, drunken, behaviour, scabtily clad women, whom my chatacter has never experienced. How dio I coomit all this in a tag whilst also role-playing, and writing in an enterntertaining formet. I need more clarification about this. And yes, I read the emailm and have read the riles umteen times.
So, as a writer myself, I do not want to spend precious tme being banished to some forum that has bothing to do with how kettleford finds the tavern. Afterall he is starving and very tired.
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