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  1. In case one is not familiar with the concept, or doesn't recognize the term from military sniper footage and/or movies: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghillie_suit The origin of the modern usage is Scottish, so something I take ancestral, familial pride in​. Called a "Yowie" in Aussie land, something I was actually unaware of before checking over the wiki link. Sure the Ghillie suit involves using local plant life weaved into a shroud to disrupt the human outline. However, animal skins and parts can serve the same affect. >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bd165_YTXZQ In Wurm, something craftable as a ghillie suit can help one stealthing, or just add stealth bonuses to animal-part clothing already ingame. EDIT: One might even have to craft different suits or rather modify a suit with foliage for certain areas. With animal skins, wild-life may even react differently depending on what is worn. Granted the Scottish Ghillie suit dates back to 1700-1800s; however, the basic idea of using animal skins or plant life to disrupt the human outline is hardly a new concept: