matt.msg at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 23:34:55 GMT 2022
On Mon, Jan 10, 2022 at 9:29 AM Carol Botteron <cjbotteron at gmail.com> wrote:
> In my experience with Middle Eastern dance, members of a group may have
> quite different body shapes. Dressing them alike emphasizes this, and can
> distract from the unity of their movements. I prefer to dress the dancers
> in similar colors (everyone wear some blue and some purple) but allow
> variety in styles of sleeves etc.
The Vor are a military caste, their colors are intended for uniforms, and
soldiers tend to have much more uniform body shapes than the general
IIRC, comments from Mark and Miles suggest that the colors were chosen,
with order of choice determined randomly. The last to choose had to take
whatever remained, such as red-and-green. It's suggested that the reason
the Emperor's House has red and blue is that Barra went first.
Matt "Kosigan must have been middle of the ranking" G.
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