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Extra @worn functionality: %beneath

I would be the most excited if the @worn message of a tailored item could include a special substiution which (in my head) I call %beneath, though it could be called anything you want.

The reason for this would be to have a middle ground between clothing being completely opaque and being @see-thru; often, you want to hint at the clothing underneath something that is low-rise/spaghetti-strapped/semi-transparent/etc without displaying the entire @wear of the clothing beneath. Things like bra straps, low-rise pants, layered clothes and the like would especially benefit from this.

Here is how I would propose it working:

When a clothing message includes %beneath, it substitutes %beneath with the name of the first clothing item beneath the worn item, tracked in the ordinary description order of top of the head to bottom of the feet. The name of the item would use the 'article/plural' as required. If there are no items worn beneath the clothing article, the %beneath substitution would default to 'nothing'.

Some examples of what I have in mind:

EXAMPLE 1:

There are two items of clothing, both tank tops. They have coverage lshoulder, rshoulder, back, chest, abdomen.

Tank top 1 is a 'red tank top'. Tank top 2 is a 'green tank top.'

The @worn of the red tank top is '%S wears a %color tank top, clinging tightly to %p form with spaghetti straps. Beneath the top, %s wears %beneath."

The @worn of the green tank top is "%S has on a racerback %color tank top, the shirt sensible ribbed cotton with a little built-in support."

If a female character wears the green tank top first and then the red tank top over it, her desc will be:

She wears a red tank top, clinging tightly to her form with spaghetti straps. Beneath the top, she wears a green tank top.

If she instead puts on the red tank top first and the green tank top over it, her desc will be:

She has on a racerback green tank top, the shirt sensible ribben cotton with a little built-in support.

If she is wearing only the red tank top, her desc will be:

She wears a red tank top, clinging tightly to her form with spaghetti straps. Beneath the top, she wears nothing.

EXAMPLE 2:

There are four items of clothing -- a black translucent vinyl jacket, a pair of blue armbands, a black bikini top, and an velvet underbust corset.

The @worn on the jacket is "%S wears a vinyl jacket in smoky %color plastic that gives just a glimpse of %p clothes through the translucent vinyl. Beneath the jacket, %beneath can be seen."

The jacket's @coverage is rshoulder, lshoulder, larm, rarm, back, chest, abdomen

For this example, the @worns of the armbands, bikini top and corset do not matter. The armbands' @coverage is larm and rarm. The bikini top's @coverage is chest. The corset's coverage is @abdomen.

If all four are worn by a female character, her desc will be:

She wears a vinyl jacket in smoky black plastic that gives just a glimpse of her clothes through the translucent vinyl. Beneath the jacket, a blue armband can be seen.

This is because 'larm' is the topmost object worn, and the armband's coverage is larm and rarm.

If she is wearing the jacket, the bikini top, and the corset, it will be:

She wears a vinyl jacket in smoky black plastic that gives just a glimpse of her clothes through the translucent vinyl. Beneath the jacket, a black bikini top can be seen.

Just the jacket and the corset:

She wears a vinyl jacket in smoky black plastic that gives just a glimpse of her clothes through the translucent vinyl. Beneath the jacket, a velvet underbust corset can be seen.

Just the jacket:

She wears a vinyl jacket in smoky black plastic that gives just a glimpse of her clothes through the translucent vinyl. Beneath the jacket, nothing can be seen.

EXAMPLE 3:

There are three items of clothing -- the green tank top from example 1 and the vinyl jacket and underbust corset from example 2.

If a female is character is wearing first the tank top, then the corset, than the jacket, her desc will be:

She wears a vinyl jacket in smoky black plastic that gives just a glimpse of her clothes through the translucent vinyl. Beneath the jacket, a green tank top can be seen.

Even though the tank top is under the corset, the tank top's coverage is back, chest, and abdomen, while the corset covers only abdomen. Back is 'higher' on the body than abdomen, and so %beneath substitutes in the clothing covering the back.

I think this would be a neat idea to have implemented. I am a big fan of layered clothing.