Raiment is clothing worn by units. It is created by Dollamancy, of the natural variety as well as by Dollamancer spells. A Dollamancer or a Unit with natural Dollamancy, like a Twoll, can design raiment. Every unit is popped with a single outfit of clothing, and must be provided additional raiment if they are to change clothes. Ken, a Dollamancer from the Magic Kingdom was responsible for Maggie's new raiment. It is possible that at least one of the Archons of Gobwin Knob has the ability as they all seem to have at least two raiments each (standard and sleepwear)
Raiment colors are frequently used to identify the units of a side. In the real world, uniforms and livery are generally associated with the heraldry of their ruling lord. In Erfworld, in addition to particular colors of raiment, units also often bear a device representing their Ruler, Chief Warlord, or Caster, depending on the circumstances of their creation. This device is called Livery.
Known Raiment Designs
- Gobwin Knob
- Classic: Gold/Yellow and Brown, w/Radish Livery
- Ansom's Finest: Silver/White and Brown, w/Radish Livery
- Dittomancer's Archers: Silver and Gold, w/Radish Livery
- Princes' Retinue: All Gold, Red Capes, w/Radish Livery
- Classic: Red and Orange
- Classic: Blue and Light Blue
- Classic: Black, Red, and White
- Classic: Green and Light Green
- Sofa King
- Classic: Orange and Purple
- Classic: Purple and Pink
- Classic: Green and Dark Green, Eastern Inspired (robes, samurai armor)
- Jillian's: [and Blue]
- Duncan's: Silver and White
- Classic: Silver and Dark Red with gold accents
A Livery is a symbol of a particular Commander. When that commander creates units (via spell, such as Uncroaked, or via popping, the commander can choose the desired livery. When units pop at a city, the Ruler chooses the livery. Erf-b1.5-p025 These are commonly referred to as crests, and sometimes as emblems.
||Jetstone - the radish, frequently shown with gold wings (possibly when worn by royalty)|
||Gobwin Knob - Stanley the Tool, conqueror, in front of a star and rays. Designed by Maggie when the Knob was rebuilt.|
|Faq - a stylized, flying blue gwiffon or megalogwiff|
|Transylvito - a bat on a red field|
|No image yet||Haggar - a circular crest featuring a representation of their capital- a tan lighthouse tower and harbor, with the red sun rising over the waves against a yellow sky|
|No image yet||Unaroyal - a black torus with white lettering, on a red and orange field|
|No image yet||Jitterati - a circular green crest, on a white field|
|Wanda Firebaugh - the flowered skull on a black field; Wanda took this livery for all of her decrypted units.|
||Parson Gotti - Hamstard affronté, on a white field with two pizza stains|
||Manpower the Temporary - three concentric red circles on a black field (reminiscent of a target)|
||Lady Phat-Singh - a red circle with a concentric ring, in the center of a red cross (i.e. crosshairs), on a black field|
||Archduke Ferdinand - a white outline with an ellipse and circle in the center (reminiscent of a gun target) on a black field|
|No image yet||Sir Leeroy Jenkins - a white outline of a foot with a toe tag on a black field|
Extra raiments are carried in the Unit's Inventory.
It's possible that certain raiments gives bonuses to certain stats, which would explain Wanda's constant change in clothing as she dresses for each specific occasion (be it a torturing, a battle, or a seduction). This may have been confirmed by Vinny's explanation of his and Jillian's "Grease" costumes as preparation for dance fighting.
Real World References
The Jetstone radish may be a reference to Super Mario Bros. 2.
The Haggar Lighthouse is almost certainly a reference to Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina's logo