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Firewall Design Sheet by proxy-protocol Firewall Design Sheet by proxy-protocol

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FIREWALL DESIGN


The Firewall clothing design consists of sharp, non-connecting lines, rings and circles. For this class, less is more; meaning the less circuitry they have, the more of an advantage they possess whe it comes to hunting Viruses

The uniforms for Firewalls are all based off of military designs of "heavy" armor for protection, but typically they all have a skin-tight underarmor. Loose clothing is prohibited for Firewalls while on duty, as it can be a hazard in the line of duty. This also applies for the level of skin to be shown; mostly for the safety of the Firewall. Helmets and visors are also required in the line of duty (due to a problem of Viruses loving to spit acid in the faces of unprotected Firewalls). Any applicant seen with too much skin showing will be declined- please remember that Firewalls are the first line of defense against Viruses, and need to protect themselves to prevent infection.

There is only a dark version avaliable for Firewalls now, the older white uniforms having been retired by the order of Symn, the Firewall Leader.

Circuitry:
  • Sharp Lines

  • Rings

  • Circles


Suit Colors:
  • Circuitry Color: #DA2802 (R: 218, G: 40, B: 2)

  • Dark Version: #090909 (R: 9, G: 9, B: 9) and #1C1C1C (R: 28, G: 28, B: 28)


Please do not use any of the designs on this sheet! Anyone who uses the Suit Examples will be declined automatically without any explanation. If you need help with coming up with a design, just ask! The Mods would be more than happy to help you out!

Suit Designs, Layout and Bases belong to *Vixii and ~proxy-protocol
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