Your clan needs blood in order to perform a powerful ritual before battle. You have captured many new slaves, and the chief has decided to force them into a tournament. The losers shall be sacrificed.
As the clan’s shaman–dressed in the traditional Azog Robe–you await your first victim. There are cheers and roars of excitement from your fellow orcs as a human soldier is forced to fight one of his companions. In desperation to survive, his friendship quickly withers. His beaten opponent is brought before your altar, and with your knife you take the blood you need.
Epic Armoury’s Robe Azog is an ankle-length robe designed to appear rugged and tattered. Perfect for an orc or rustic ranger, this textured-cotton robe has been distressed along the hem to make it look older and worn. The robe’s hood, roomy sleeves and length combine ease of movement with the best degree of protection from wind, rain or sun. Made from cotton, this robe is easily made waterproof.
Secure this robe below the neck with a cotton tie-string through a soft leather plate. Whether it is worn open or closed, this versatile long-sleeved robe is an essential when adding layers to almost any character’s costume.
Available in Brown and Epic Black; and sizes X-Small/Small and Medium/Large, and X-Large.
- “Robe” is derived from Middle English robe (“garment”)
- Traditionally used as a form of religious dress by monks and certain priests
- Worn in traditional fantasy literature by magical characters
- Affordable, personalized costume interchangeable with all other Epic Armoury gear
- Made from fabrics manufactured locally
- Handmade by qualified professional. Measurements are approximations and may vary.
This textured cotton product is nice to the touch, with enough heaviness to drape well. It has an irregular thread that gives it a textured appearance.
Machine wash at 40°C / 104°F. Wash separately the first time and with similar colours afterwards. Tumble dry on low heat, but be aware that it might shrink up to 5%. For general stains or discoloration, treat with a commercial fabric cleaner, or blot with tepid water and a soft cloth.