The satchel will be fully in isolation. The piece of gear that equates to the satchel, and is added to the avatar on equip will simply be the bag on the characters lower back. This allows us to make the satchel interchangeable without much fuss. It’ll be over top of most other gear pieces, as it is thick and so far away from the surface of the base character figure.
The legs will cover the avatar from the hips to approximately the knee. The Legs will always have a belt like design at the hips where it circles around to meet the Satchel. This means that the “Satchel Belt” design will be dictated by the current legs design equipped. This allows a lot more ease in developing and implementing leg designs that don’t conflict with the Satchel. By having the belt as part of the legs, the legs can have elements that rise up and past the belt, or have decorations and details directly on the belt itself. In the case of the pictures of this gear design, the belt is actually a thick furry band, giving a lot of volume and balance to a very exposed armour design.
Also note: in the back of this legs design is a flat panel like element. This is BECAUSE we know that there will always be a Satchel equipped there. So the panel acts as a complimentary element, framing any satchel that would be equipped there.
The chest gear will cover from the hips to the neck, up to approximately the elbow. Like the legs, we’re leaving some room for the hands and feet gear that will be at the ends of the limbs. The chest gear will be the slot that has the rest of the Satchels harness. Like the legs, it allows for easier development of the chest pieces all together. You can hide, decorate, layer, and anything else with the straps of the harness in mind and better design any chest piece you may be building. Like the legs, those straps will change with every chest equipped. With a full set equipped, the Satchel harness will always be present.
Feet will cover the foot and up to approximately the knee.
Hands will cover the hand and up to approximately the elbow.
The head will cover the head, face, hair, and approximately the neck.