So what do you guys wanna do with Taric? PART III. The Modern Man's Paladin.

Hello again (again). So something interesting came up in this thread: http://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/story-art/HALQfHsu-marvelous-portrait-of-taric-on-surfer-singeds-updated-textures Namely, a discussion around hair. Yes. Hair. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_zaSKZks1A Bur seriously, there's a thought swimming in my head about slanting Taric a little more "modern". Even the term "metrosexual" came up, mainly referring to a well-kempt, good looking gentleman that's fashionable and, for lack of a better term, "modern". Some of my explorations lean this way. I'll emphasize **explorations** as this is super early concept stuff. In part II of this discussion.. http://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/story-art/a7ulBkBM-so-what-do-you-guys-wanna-do-with-taric-part-ii-pics-or-it-didnt-happen ..we talked about visual reference, asking what people were looking for in our favorite gem knight. A lot of fancy paladin art came up, sort of standard fantasy fair. The traditional suit of armor that's nicely ornamented and beautiful. But, it begs a question. What can separate Taric out from a standard paladin? One idea that's been floated in giving him that "modern" twist I mentioned. What does this mean? Well, it can mean a lot of things. One thing is his hair. Hair often can define modernity and current fashion trends. The way I perceive it is that the poof that Taric sorta has now dates him quite a bit. The suggestion was made to give him more of a modern cut, and therefore, give him more relatable, and current, style. I'm wondering that maybe we don't stop there. Maybe we push him to feel "modern" and fashionable all over. I'm not talking about futuristic, or runway high-fashion, but I'm wondering if it'd be a valuable exercise to ask for ideas about what people think a "Modern Paladin" could look like. Maybe supply some images that stress Taric's beauty and charm, but also set him apart from sword-and-sorcery fantasy. Not that that sort of fantasy is bad, but I'm looking to see what sort of spin we might be able to put on Taric that isn't just an armor set. I think exploring fashion, modern trends, and more contemporary looks might yield some results. What do you think?
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