The World Of Khoras - Civilization - Merchandise


There is an enormous variety of garments worn by the different cultures across the lands of Khoras. Most of them share some similarity to each other. While the Normidians, Drakkellians and Imperials of Rukemia might call their tunics by different names, they are all essentially the same article of clothing. They vary slightly in cut and style and fastenings.

The tables below include examples of garments with descriptions, but these tables are by no means exhaustive. They are for reference and additional variations should be extrapolated from these examples as necessary.

Likewise, price and weights are approximations, but any individual item can vary considerably. Obviously, clothing varies a great deal in quality and fashion. Clothing can be shoddily made (which is typical of peasants and serfs who often make their own clothing). Clothing can also by finely tailored by expert craftsmen and might include elaborate stitchwork, rare and valuable materials and additional ornamentation. The type of cloth often influences price greatly. In Ithria, wool, leather and linen are common. Silk exists, but is produced only in the Padashan Empire. Hence, silk commands great prices in Ithria or Aggradar, but is less expensive in Qeshir.


Complete Outfits

Item Name Cost Weight Notes
Peasants Outfit 3 silver 2 kg A very simple outfit for the poorest serf. Simple wool leggings and wool shirt. Lower class.
Craftsman's Outfit 10 silver 3 kg A typical outfit suitable for a craftsmen, common laborer or merchant. Middle class. Includes wool socks, wool leggings, linen shirt, a long tunic, leather belt and leather shoes.
Traveler's Outfit 20 silver 4 kg A light weight outfit for riding and walking. Leather boots, wool socks, linen trousers and linen shirt, short tunic and light weight cloak.
Fine Outfit 50 silver 4 kg The type of outfit that might be worn by a wealthy trader or a minor nobleman or a knight. It includes cotton socks, cotton breeches, cotton shirt, surcoat, leather belt, leather boots, leather gloves and a riding cloak. All of which would be well-tailored, fine quality, dyed and decoratively trimmed.
Royal Outfit 500 silver 3 kg An expensive tailored and embroidered outfit appropriate for a high ranking noble or even a royal family member. Includes personalized fitting and tailoring.



Item Name Cost Weight Notes
Foot Wrappings 0.3 silver 0.3 kg Simple wool rags and twine or leather strips that are wrapped around the feet.
Sandals 1 silver 0.4 kg Simple leather sandals. Thick leather sole and leather laces.
Leather shoe 2 silver 0.5 kg A simple leather shoe with leather straps. Very common and appropriate for most commoners, workers, craftsmen and so forth.
Leather boot, common 3 silver 1 kg A simple light weight, mid-calf boot.
Leather boot, fine 8 silver 1 kg A finely crafted boot made from supple leather (parts dyed to any color) and bound with a decorative leather strap and polished bronze clasps.
Fur boot 5 silver 1.5 kg A heavy boot made of thick leather and fur hide. Suitable for very cold weather.
Nobleman's Shoe 40 silver 1 kg A decorative shoe made from supple calfskin leather, dyed and decorated, with silver clasps.
Embroidered Slipper 500 silver 0.5 kg An expensive slipper fashioned from leather, imported Padashani silk and decorated with silver, gold and precious gemstones.



Item Name Cost Weight Notes
Simple Shawl 0.3 silver 0.3 kg Simple light weight wool square to wrap around the shoulders.
Light Cloak 1 silver 0.7 kg A knee length light weight woolen cloak.
Riding Cloak 3 silver 1 kg A basic knee length cloak made from thick wool. Usually dyed a single solid color. Includes hood and toggle clasp.
Heavy Cloak 6 silver 2 kg A full length heavy cloak consisting of an outer leather shell and an inner wool lining. Includes hood. Rain proof.
Fur Cloak 12 silver 4 kg A full length heavy cloak of thick wool and wolf or bear pelts. Designed for very cold weather. Common in the north.
Half Cloak 25 silver 1 kg A dyed, waist-length cloak of fine linen with embroidered edges. Quite fashionable in many cities. Having a guild symbol or standard embroidered in the cloak triples the price.

Courtier's Cloak 75 silver 0.4 kg A half length cloak, dyed and embroidered with silk thread. Includes a stiff, high collar and silver collar stays. Popular with nobles and commonly seen in court.
Silk Cloak 1000 silver 0.2 kg A half length cloak fashioned entirely from imported Padashani silk. Often with elaborate designs woven into the thread and a silver and jewel clasp.


Gowns and Dresses

Item Name Cost Weight Notes
Simple Wool Dress 1 silver .3 kg A basic and unadorned grey wool dress. Knee length.
Casual Dress 2 silver 1 kg A full length, basic everyday dress made from wool. Includes an attached white chemise and a basic trim adorns the neckline, sleeves and hem.
Summer Dress 4 silver 2 kg A knee-length, light-weight flax linen dress.
Flax Linen Dress 10 silver 3 kg Full length midweight flax linen dress with decorative trim at neckline, hem, sleeves and lacing on the front.
Lady's Court Dress 100 silver 4 kg A stylish and elegant full-length lady's dress made of cotton and velvet, featuring short draped sleeves, a high collar and an ornate brocade front panel.
Noblewoman's Evening Gown 800 silver 5 kg A full length dress with fitted sleeves, puffed shoulders and a ruffled bodice. Made from heavy velvet and accented with delicate gold thread and cyrilite fire rubies. Comes with matching scarf and hat. Suitable for entertaining guests at the manor.
Decorated Silk Ball Gown 5,000 silver 3 kg A multi-layer gown featuring a wide hood, flared sleeves and an accented brocade down the front. Fashioned almost entirely of imported Padashani silk. Elaborately decorated with silk and gold thread and precious stones. Includes custom fitting. Sure to be the highlight of the royal ball.

Individual Garments and Accessories

Item Name Cost Weight Notes
Cap, woolen 0.5 silver 0.1 kg Simple woolen cap.
Cap, flat leather 2 silver 0.4 kg A stylish flat cap made of leather.
Cap, fur lined 3 silver 0.5 kg A thick leather cap with fur lining. Very good for cold weather.
Cap, velvet 20 silver 0.3 kg A stylish flatenned cap of crushed velvet with a feather.
Coif, linen 0.3 silver 0.1 kg Simple linen coif.
Belt, leather 3 silver 0.1 kg A basic belt fashioned from a single leather strip with an iron buckle.
Belt, jeweled 100 silver 0.2 kg A decorative belt of silver links and with a buckle boasting a small inset gemstone.
Breeches, Wool 1 silver 0.3 kg Simple spun woolen clothing for the legs. i.e. trousers.
Breeches, Linen 3 silver 0.4 kg Pants fashioned from linen. Higher quality than wool breeches.
Breeches, Fine Cotton 10 silver 0.5 kg Pants fashioned from imported Padashani cotton. Very expensive and fashionable.
Gloves, Common 4 silver

0.3 kg Short rough thick leather gloves designed for manual labor.
Gloves, Fine 12 silver 0.3 kg Long gloves of supple leather that fit tightly and extend almost to the elbow.
Hat, wide brimmed 5 silver 0.1 kg A leather hat with a wide brim
Robe, Roughspun Flax 2 silver 0.3 kg A common full length robe of linen.
Robe, Decorated Fine Cloth 10 silver 0.3 kg Decorative flax linen robes with trimmed hem, sleeves and neckline.
Shirt, Linen 0.5 silver 0.2 kg A common linen shirt.
Shirt, Silk 500 silver 0.1 kg A decorative shirt of imported Padashani silk.
Surcoat 8 silver 1 kg Basic surcoat.
Tunic, Linen 4 silver 2 kg A plain tunic fashioned from linen.
Wig, powdered 15 silver .3 kg Used by Drakkellian nobles and certain magistrates.


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