About a Gorean pygmy

They named her Noemie


 Background

Pygmies: These people are no taller than five feel tall and weigh no more than eighty pounds. Though their features are negroid their skin color is more coppery than dark brown or black. They wear loincloths with vine belts. From the loops on their belts they hang hand knives and small implements. They carry spears and nets, fish, hunt and make cloth. They speak their own language. Tarl Cabot encounters one group of pygmies and it is unclear if other bands of pygmies exist elsewhere in the jungles. These pygmies were the slaves of a band of talunas and had been taught Gorean by them. Due to their small size, the talunas had overpowered them. Tarl showed the pygmies how they could earn their freedom and enslave the talunas. The pygmies were successful.

The Pygmies of Shaba :

The pygmies live in the jungle of Shaba close of the jungle of Ushendi. These people are no taller than five feel tall and weigh no more than eighty pounds. Though their features are negroid their skin color is more coppery than dark brown or black. They wear loincloths with vine belts. From the loops on their belts they hang hand knives and small implements. They carry spears and nets, fish, hunt and make cloth. They speak their own language. Tarl Cabot encounters one group of pygmies and it is unclear if other bands of pygmies exist elsewhere in the jungles. These pygmies were the slaves of a band of talunas and had been taught Gorean by them. Due to their small size, the talunas had overpowered them. Tarl showed the pygmies how they could earn their freedom.
Explorers of Gor (Book 13), pages 390-393 and 397-399

The Pygmies of Shaba :

They spoke quickly among themselves. It was not in Gorean.
“We are the slaves of the talunas,” said one of the pygmy. their leader.
I nodded. I had thought so, from their behavior. It was from the talunas, too, doubtless, that they had learned their Gorean.
“We figth and hunt for them, and make cloth, and serve them,” said one of the pygmy.
“We are small,” said a pygmy. “The talunas are too large and strong for us.”
Book 13, Explorers of Gor , page 393
 The Pygmies of Shaba :
Small People AKA Pygmies of Gor, a tribe in the Rainforest of Shaba, not otherwise named. They are no more than 5 feet in height and weigh about 80 pounds at most. They have coppery skin and are probably of the Negroid race. They were slaves of the talunas until Tarl Cabot aided them in capturing and enslaving the last of the taluna women.
Explorers of Gor (Book 13), pages 390-393 and 397-399

A Pygmy profile from SL Gorean

Full grown ADULT Gorean pygmy.
I’m the middle one in the pic, if you can’t guess
I got tired of being banned everywhere by idiots who hadn’t read the books and didn’t believe that there were pygmies on Gor, so I gave up and made myself taller. Poof. Now I’m a short mamba. Happy? You DO know that there were mambas, right?


Discussion: Where to draw the line between Adult vs Child avatars?

With pygmy avatars having once been popular on the grid, it seemed that more and more adults were getting mistaken as child avatars because they were petite and in a pygmy style outfit. So my question to all of you is, what classifies as an adult avatar and when does one go over the line of an adult avatar and into a child avatar?

i’ve written down a few ideas that have popped into my head but know there are more than i am forgetting. The LL has made it quite vague what a child avatar is.

Skin
* overall facial features of an adult
* females having make up (even if slightly)
* female skin showing breasts
* pubic hair

Shape
* females having an upper chest if ever so slightly (A cup)
* female shape having curves
* avatar being taller than child avatars. Heard at one point somewhere that the legal min for an adult avatar is 1.6m but there is no definite answer on height.

Clothing
* Panther Girl  like clothing

Avatar Accessories
* Small bow and/or blowdarts and Panga

Hair
* pigtails/ponytail

So what say you? Where to draw the line between child and adult avatars?


©Lunacaleengpanthers/Noemie Ling

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