Eidolons are personal summons for a summoner. They're the main class feature for a summoner and scale very well, serving to give the party extra skill ranks and an extra body in combat. Mine is a pearly blue-white orb the size of a person. They're probably banned since they are the summoner's standard "weapon". Generally, I assume that "if the druid can't bring their companion, I can't bring my eidolon".>>47122999
Anyway, I'll do character 2 now.
>Your female (or close enough) character must attend the super-fancy gala
(adopted) Kitsune Bard gets overexcited. She loves this sort of thing. >Fabulous poofy gown is mandatory, with petticoats or hoopskirt if need be
That's more or less her default outfit. She comes in Kimono, Shrine maiden, or poofiest dress ever. Whatever the dress code, she can figure it out. She's more bothered by dressing down than up, actually.>Get that waist in a tight corset
She expected this. She dislikes how restrictive it feels, but can deal with it.>Comfy shoes? Nope, has to be really high stiletto heels.
No problem, though she'd opt for geta if she was dressing eastern. >Absolutely no armor or weapons
She'll be fine, Armor and weapons are a formality anyway. Though she'll probably have to leave her sweets at home, since those are basically poison to humans and bringing poison for even a single race is probably a faux pas.>Hair has to be stylish, face has to be dolled up with makeup
She might do a ponytail, but more likely to go for her normal style and just wear hair decorations. ribbon around her ear and such. She's handy with makeup so that's fine.
Once at the event, she's likely to forget whatever she's there for without the party to remind her. Depending on the talent of any musicians present, she might insist on performing herself, and she's got an easy time dealing with proper mannerisms. Unsurprisingly, the bard is good at parties.