He said "Fine, suit yourself"
My Fiancee and I went to a recommended tailor this morning and explained that we needed some alterations and that we needed to take a few precautions because we don’t want to see each other’s dresses.
She seemed a bit confused but moved ahead without dwelling on it too much, and I went ahead first to model my dress for the tailor while my fiancée waited outside.
At one point the tailor asked if we were getting married on the same day, to which I replied, “well, yes, we are getting married to each other.”
She paused and looked up, and my heart stopped a little waiting for her reaction. She had religious things up in her workroom... and I was suddenly afraid she was going to refuse to serve us because we were sapphic and NOT in fact best friends marrying on the same day.
But instead she just smiled and said, “oh, the pieces are fitting together! Three of my children are gay. The only person who can judge is God, and He doesn’t mind.”
Neither my fiancée or I are particularly religious but it really warmed my heart all the same. What a sweet woman!
Wanted to share a little method of quickly gearing for casters who are also Tailors and Enchanters. It's simple, you need to get the Imbued Netherweave set. The recipes are easy to get. The Tailor guy in Zangarmarsh at Orebor Harborage (A) and Swamprat Post (H) sells the patterns for the Legs and Boots. The Tailor guy at the Scryer's outpost in Shadowmoon Valley sells the pattern for the Chest (You don't have to pick Scryer, you just have to be neutral still...but get a friend to get it for you if you've chosen Aldor).
OF course the Imbued Netherweave cloth takes a lot of cloth, but you should have a sizeable collection just from questing...and it's cheap on the AH and friends. The netherweb spider silk is easy to farm from the spiders right outside Allerian Stronghold. Get your weapon from the Ring of Blood questline in Nagrand and you should be Heroic dungeon ready (depending on quest rewards, drops and personal skill).
‘The Dresden Files’ is a network mega-hit franchise just waiting to happen.
Forget the procedural case-of-the-week schlock SyFy dumped out in 2007. The best approach to this as a series would be for a two-book per season structure. Cover a book over six episodes and air the 12 episodes in two batches a year. Air six episodes in Q1 or Q2 and the next six episodes in Q3 or Q4 allowing for a few months between arcs (books). At that pace we could have a 10 or 12 Season series given Jim Butcher plans for it to be a 22-book series. (We’ve got up to book 17 now as of now, book 18 might be out by early 2022, from what I’ve read.)
If it's promoted well it could be the next mega-hit for a network. The material is very fast-paced and engaging. Genre programs, especially fantasy, are huge now. The series brings something new to the table as of late by, surprisingly, just not being grim-dark. It’s got urban fantasy, it’s got horror, but ‘The Dresden Files’ isn’t bleak. It’s adventure with a actually heroic protagonists.
With the right actors to sell it to the masses and a strong creative team to write, showrun, and produce the series, the books as is do the heaviest lifting already.
If I could choose, I'd want FX to be the ones to adapt it. Going back to my last point, their promotions are often very creative and strong. They do incredible creator-driven series and have yet to do an adaptation of anything already written out. Adapting a fantasy series would be uncharted ground for them, but with 'The Dresden Files' being urban fantasy with a bit of R-rated grit to it, it's perfectly on-brand for FX. Plus their shows air both on their network as well as stream on Hulu, so it's a chance at catching two different audiences between streaming and network broadcast.
As far as special effects on TV goes the network is a division of Fox, which now has the ability to get Disney-sized budgets given they're bought by Disney since 2017. Though don't worry, again, FX to this day sells their brand on being the HBO of basic cable. They're creator-driven, big-budget, movie-quality TV shows.
Also they don't even restrict their series structures to what is expected. Their seasons are anything the show needs to be in length. Also they don’t force their episodes to the 43-minute runtime 98% of the networks adhere to. If an episode runs 60-75 minutes, FX just airs it in a bigger timeslot. I think with six episode arcs for each book we could easily see an extended premiere and finale... keep reading on reddit ➡
Mostly think I'll have 8 alt lvl 60s with Tailoring specs. They'll all be alchemists too, but I don't think I'll bring them all to 68.
That said, what spec do you recommend for tailoring? And if you'd like, offer your opinion for alchemist spec too, will still have 2 lvl 70 alchemists.
My buddy is getting married in a few months and I am one of the groomsmen. It's an ASU wedding and he wants us all to have party shirts on under the blue coat. Does anyone know any tailors in the Ft Benning area who will make a party shirt?
Using the tailor is so painful right now. Every time I want to update a captain or bridge officer appearance it takes quite a long time to load the configuration options for each category. It does this every time on every captain and bridge officer, even in the same vist to the tailor. It does this on every visit. Why must the game download the assets each and every time I use the tailor? Why aren't these things stored on the local console as part of the game install? If the option to include these items in the local install is unfeasible, at least give us the option to load only the assets for a given category that we want to configure. In other words, wait to load the head/body/uniform assets until we select that category. If I only want to adjust a uniform's appearance, I have to load all of the options for the head, then all of the options for the body, and finally all of the options for the uniform. If I want to make similar changes on another bridge officer, I have to do that all again. As a result, almost all of my bridge officers on all of my characters have the default appearance they came with.
If we have to keep fighting robots, might as well. Ultron should be no pushover. He should have multiple phases where his minions annoy the shit out of you in waves, then he just shows up and wrecks shop. He should be equal parts frustrating and satisfying once defeated. Then that should be the end of robots/AIM. Bring on some new enemies. Just a thought.
Hello!! My fiancé and I are looking for a tailor to help fit his suit - we got it from Hockerty and it fits pretty well, just a little tightness in the shoulders and groin area.
I'm looking for a seamstress to hem and add pockets to my wedding dress. Our wedding is in October so we have some time, but would like to get a head start on this.
I have a couple of pairs of Levi jeans that I need hemmed. I've been holding off for a while because I haven't been able to find a good tailor. Any suggestions are helpful. Thank you 😊
I have a perfect shirt that is, at this point, a collection of fabric bound by force of will and luck. I'm hoping to get a few copies of it made. Does anyone know of a specific tailor that can do this?
EDIT: Really helpful advice. Thanks!