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@shortdesc suggestion thread

Stick your @shortdescs that you'd like to see in game!

N.B gender ambiguous names are not allowed (I'm not staff, just what they told me). For example 'Teen' 'Wretch' 'Youth'

Belle

Minx

Nymph

Siren

Would suggest male ones, but I can't see their list!

Existing Female:

female

girl

woman

chick

lady

bimbo

bitch

lady

dame

chica

senorita

lass

vixen

gal

matron

madam

sheila

grandma

granny

hag

tomboy

dyke

Existing Male:

man

guy

dude

male

fellow

gentleman

boy

lad

playa

pimp

bloke

grandpa

geezer

queer

fag

femboy

boi

mano

bro

douche

stiff

Suggest Away!

I'd suggested possible "Unlocked" @shortdescs from gear/skills

razorboy/razorgirl

doughboy/doughgirl

I'd rather see stat based unlocks:

Strength: Tank

Endurance:Runner

Agility: Ninja

Perception: Sharpshooter

Intelligence: Genius

Charisma: Superstar

Luck: Gambler

Those are all gender ambiguous and fit more in line with @titles.

For guys, it would be nice to see 'hombre' or 'muchacho' as an option.

I'm not too concerned about it for my own use, but it sticks out to me that 'mano' is on the male list, but 'mona' isn't on the female list. Seems like a common enough term to fit just as well as its male counterpart.

motherfucka/fucker or some form for males.

cunt for females.

cholo for males.

chola for females.

chum/chummer for males.

johnson for males.

lucy for females

mona for females

support adding mona for monas

Available terms have been updated! I worked hard to balance things between the genders based on categories, not just the spitballing. The 'boi' term has been retired as it overlapped with femboy and because it has different meaning in the male and female homosexual communities. Since it could mean either gender, its not useful in this context.

New Masculine Terms:

patron

bruce

hombre

cholo

droog

New Feminine Terms:

lesbian

diva

mona

chola

devotchka

I did not include the slurs at this time. :)

For women:

Mistress

Mademoiselle

Damsel

Bastard for males.

Nice Rez...Reminded me of a list i'd been keeping, too.

Male: Hoodlum

Female: Hoodrat.

Male: Trog

Male: Stud

Male:Homeboy

Male: male

Female: Lolita

Female:Biddy

Female: babe

Female: Floozie

Female:Doll

Female: Cougar

Female:Sister/sista (please?)

Female:Mami

Female:Hoochie

Female:Shorty (Please, too?)

'tattooed' and 'modded' adjectives for people with 3 or more tattooed @nakeds visible and maybe settable as a flag on a visible @naked for mods by staff.

Could we please add "Cunt" to the female shortdesc, please?

Thanks!

+1 to tattooed or inked!

+1 for tattooed or inked. Gotta make sure those colors shine through!

joygirl/joyboy

cunt/dick

I could never find one I really wanted for my character. Femboy always seemed too girly/or easily mistaken for a boy that identifies as a girl. Fag or queer isn't necessarily correct, either.

I'd like to have 'twink' added to the male list. Pretty please? c:

Surprises me that it's not already a thing!

Hero / Heroine

Mostly because there ARE no heroes in Withmore and I want to see everybody using it ironically.

The game is pretty heavily populated now. Lots of people wear hoods or shrouds. While there are plenty of variable nouns, you're locked into having one size adjective. This can make working around shrouded people problematic as some commands don't accept ordinals. Yes, disguises should make things confusing or chaotic, but sometimes they also outright break stuff and this would be a good way to help make that less of an issue.

Basically, add a few adjectives for people to choose from based on their size. Other things like attractiveness could still override them as they do now. These don't need to be gendered, but the current existing ones could probably remain gendered.

Short+thin: Waifish, Slight, Tiny

Short+average: Small, Short

Short+heavy: Round, Pear-shaped, Dumpy

Average+thin: Thin, Lean, Skinny

Average: Normal, Typical, Unremarkable

Average+heavy: Heavy-set, Fat

Tall+thin: Slender, Gaunt, Willowy

Tall+average: Lanky, Long-legged

Tall+heavy: Big, Enormous, Huge

thank you and god bless

I'd like to throw in 'lardass' for short+heavy as well.

@shortdesc change

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Your shortdesc is now a huge bitch.

A shrouded bitch that looks like they are preferred customers at bitchin chicken is standing here, being fat.

I still wanna see 'twink' added to the male list!

Please? :o

I wonder what @Johnny thinks of the suggestions so far. Y'think he'd check? In-game it still says to give staff a poke if we don't 'see anything we like' in the @shortdesc change menu. It confuses me a little on where to bring this up.

I really like that thing about describing your build more, even in disguises! Puny and petite is becoming a bit generic at times. +1 to @Vera.

I agree, puny and petite are like, to me anyways, like -very very common-. Perhaps too common. More variances would be great.

I don't think I should bug staff about it in xhelp is all, but it DOES say

"Who your character is: (at a glance)

If you don't see something you need, bug us."

But @Johnny has replied to this thread before, so maybe it's still a legit way of suggesting these things efficiently?

And yeah, like @Vera said, more variances to CHOOSE from regarding your character's adjective could be really cool, but possibly involve a lot of coding.

Sry about doublepost, but..

Why I think 'twink' should be added is because it is a -very- common term in the gay community. Maybe moreso than 'fag', and that's an option as a @shortdesc. It also makes it more clear that it is someone who isn't TOO feminine but still boyish. Using the 'boy' term may make it seem like they are underage.

Again, this is very, very specific. But I think it could be a useful indicator.