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I play it too. I got away from it for a while, but since the last update I’ve been checking in daily.
I don’t know if you’re actually playing AS someone, but you can have them in your extended group, and that’s quite good.
Some tasks can get mindnumbing, though.
That’s a jack-o-lantern I’d really like to see.
From Wikipedia –
‘Disproportionate dwarfism is characterized by one or more body parts being unusually large or small compared to the rest of the body. In achondroplasia one’s trunk is usually of average size, one’s limbs being proportionately shorter, one’s head usually larger, and a prominent forehead. In at least one case achondroplasia resulted in a significantly smaller trunk and head. Facial features are often affected and individual body parts may have problems associated with them. Orthopedic problems can result from multiple conditions such as diastrophic dysplasia and pseudoachondroplasia.
Proportionate dwarfism is marked by body parts being proportional but smaller. Height is significantly below average and there may be long periods without any significant growth.’
That’s how dwarfism “works” medically. I’d leave it up to the individual Machinist as to how to interpret it.
(Now I’m showing my age)
(Up The Irons!)December 31, 2012 at 10:28 pm in reply to: How do I get clothing to line up on turned/tilted torsos? #16331
Personally, the few I’ve used were spandex. Otherwise, it’s jigglin’ and wigglin’ (to the cuties so belligerent (whoops, inadvertent Gorillaz reference there)) via sizing and rotation. Of course, Your Mileage May Vary, but then that’s my take on things.