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Thank you everyone.  The blue armor was my thinking of "what if a fire giant wanted to meet with a frost giant."  Armor of frost resistance was born, in Giant scale.  The painting at her feet and onto the bottom of the cape with the blue-white stippling was intended to convey that, but I didn't want it to be overpowering.    I think this idea was what drove my madness, as I really wanted to get it right.

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