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Anubis, Egyptian God of the Dead

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I\'ve always found Egyptian mythology interesting. The jackal-headed god of the Underworld, Anubis, was always one of my favorites. However I never in my life pictured Anubis wearing that much blue.
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Personally, rather than a blue/khaki theme, I would\'ve gone with some of the materials an Egyptian deity would have worn, namely gold and/or silver. The khaki portions almost look like clay, which strikes me as strange. As much as I like this model, it\'s really not suited to be Anubis. It doesn\'t have that Egyptian feel, and forcing it upon it is a stretch. The armguards with the heiroglyphs are a good try, but alas from the waist down this model is no Egyptian god. I would have preferred to see a little bit more of the Egyptian style with this skin, rather than just the arm bands. The typical Egyptian eye, perhaps. It\'s a pretty good try, but overall I feel it doesn\'t have the Egyptian feel to it, which would be important for any model or skin of Anubis. There would just need to be a better model for it, otherwise it\'d just be a black puppy dog, I\'m afraid. Bot Support: No Team Support: No New Sounds: No NPC Support: No ~Inyri

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