The Toga, the outfit unlocked by these skills.

This set of skills covers expressing yourself artistically.

Studying it unlocks the Toga outfit when you have at least 25 points across all 3 skills. The Toga adds 10 to each Expression sub-skill.

Expression skills training is increased by the Depressed mood and penalised by the Angry mood.

Angry Cheerful Willful Pressured
-1 0 0 0
Afraid Depressed Yielding Lonely
0 +1 0 0


Points Description
10 You discuss the nature of beauty, looking around at landscapes, objects, and people and comparing their aesthetic elements.
20 You practice sketching fruits and flowers with Charcoal on parchment.
30 You study the theory of color, how they complement and contrast, and how to select colors to emphasize a mood.
40 You learn to mix paints and apply them to canvas, capturing the light and color of the castle gardens.
50 You study the art of floral design, seeing how the proper arrangement of flowers can affect the character of a room or an outdoor space.
60 You experiment with wax, learning both to build up small amounts and shape them together, and to carve out patterns from larger wax blocks to find the shapes already inside.
70 You experiment with fashion, trying on different outfits and watching as others do the same, learning how clothing can enhance or diminish certain physical features or give the impression of youth or age.
80 You practice all the techniques of needlework, from simple mending to dressmaking and embroidery.
90 You practice designing beautiful outfits from the first scrap of fabric to the last finishing touch of jewelry.
100 You practice painting minature portraits, capturing (and in some cases enhancing) each subject's unique beauty.


Points Description
10 You tap out chiming dyads on a glockenspiel, learning the basics of harmony and rhythm.
20 You learn to play notes and scales on a simple wooden recorder.
30 You practice with the recorder, learning to recognise tunes that you hear and replicate them.
40 You practice major and minor scales at the keyboard of a pianoforte.
50 You study musical notation and begin to play familar songs by sight on the pianoforte.
60 You practice complex runs, trills, and transposition on the pianoforte.
70 You practice the transverse flute, learning how to form a beautiful tone by blowing across the mouthpiece.
80 You practice the hautbois, learning to apply pressure with your lips to control the vibrations of the double reed.
90 You practice the harp, learning to play flowing glissandos and arpeggios.
100 You practice sight-reading complex pieces of music.


Points Description
10 You practice deep-breathing exercises to build up your ability to sustain a note.
20 You learn the differences in resonance between the chest, the head, and the nose.
30 You learn about different vocal ranges, from the most profound bass to the rate coluratura soprano.
40 You learn the sol-fa system, a way of expressing a tune where each note is represented by a different syllable.
50 You practice standing in the correct posture and singing scales to improve your pitch and tone.
60 You work through exercises in dynamics (going from soft to loud and back again) and agility (singing rapid sequences of notes).
70 You sing familar songs in a chorale, focusing on pronounciation and staggered breathing.
80 You and your teacher practice singing in harmony, feeling the way that notes interact and pulse when not quite in line.
90 You practice singing canons, learning to maintain focus and timing on your own vocal part even when others around you are singing something quite different.
100 You practice singing solos, learning to express the emotion of a piece and control the vibrations of your voice.

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