War is all that you know. For your clan, war is a permanent state of being. Just as you need meat to sustain you and leather armour to protect your leathery green skin, war keeps your thirst for chaos and violence sated.
Your clan now gathers to prepare for the war against the goblins. The creatures used to be your allies, but in the last battle they became cowardly and ran. Now there is nothing more to be done than to hunt down every one of them and serve them over your fire.
Epic Effects’ Unpainted Feral Orc is a full Orc Mask with an animalistic appearance, perfect for the orc who has gotten in touch with his inner-beast. This mask has an orc’s distinct features, including: a low, furred brow, serrated pointy ears and a rounded nose with nostrils drawn up in a sneer. The shape of this mask is skull-like, with leathery skin modeled with creases, deep eyes, and lined cheeks with expressive cheekbones. Scars and fine lines add further detail, achieving an aggressive appearance while also maintaining realism.
The mask is open at the mouth, displaying the wearer’s lower lips and most of the chin. This leaves room for the wearer to speak and be heard properly, and allows a much larger range of expressions. Add your own orc teeth to create an even greater effect! The mask is made from thick 100% natural high-quality latex, making it strong and durable, ensuring long life and extended reuse. The mask is made with good room for breathing and ventilation, thus improving comfort with extended wear. Arriving unpainted, the look and style of the mask can be modified by highlighting it with Epic Effects’ Water Based Makeup from event to event.
- Earliest references to orcs are found in Old English and Anglo-Saxon sources, such as in Beowulf and in 16th century Italian folktales
- The word itself stems from the Latin word Orcus, which was the name given to the Roman deity of the dead
- J.R.R. Tolkien’s 20th century The Lord of the Rings series describes orcs as brutish, aggressive beings with a taste for human flesh
- Tolkien’s writings influenced many role-playing games, and are now seen in such games as Dungeons and Dragons, Warhammer and Warcraft