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Is it a skirt?

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by Eyebreaker7, Aug 20, 2017.

  1. Eyebreaker7

    Eyebreaker7 Someone clean my litter box ★ SPS Account Holder Veteran New Server Contributor [2012] (for helping Sorcerer's Place lease a new, more powerful server!)

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    What is the skirt like clothing he's wearing? Is it considered a skirt? It's not a kilt. Lol
     
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    More like a long coat, maybe. Hard to see from this one picture. It seems to fulfill the same role as some of those anime characters that seem to wear nothing but belts.
     
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    It's a robe. Jedi wear robes. Sith wear robes. It's a white people thing.

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    The Sith had weird clothing fetishes. In the True Sith culture it's possible that the Force Sensitive priests wore robes or they adapted the habit from the Renegade Jedi that took over. So it could be a long robe with a chest armor worn over it.
     
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    In the entire Middle East men wear robes too. And plenty of other places as well. The whole robe thing for the Jedi and Sith by extension (both being monastic organizations) comes from the robes the monks here on planet Earth wear.
     
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    True, Lucas went with the robe idea for that very reason, it would help identify them as a sort of religious culture.
     
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