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Veiled Facial Disguises

Veiled Facial Disguises

V.F.D. Disguise Training is required knowledge of all V.F.D. Volunteers and is used to fool enemies of the organization. The program consists of three phases: Veiled Facial Disguises, Various Finery Disguises, and Voice Fakery Disguises.

Phase One: Veiled Facial Disguises

Veiled Facial Disguises are used by volunteers to fool a farsighted or dimwitted person. All that is required for this type of disguise is a face; hats are optional. Veiled Facial Disguises can be utilized merely by changing the aspects or countenance of one's face.

Phase Two: Various Finery Disguises

This phase involves changing one's clothes and appearance to fool an enemy. A V.F.D. Disguise Kit, containing the following items, is required for this phase. (Parenthetical comments denote instances in which these items have been used.)

  • blazer (turquoise)
  • boots (black)
  • bouquet of flowers
  • bridal gown
  • business cards, to keep in purse, wallet, or pocket
  • cane (jeweled, turns into a sword)
  • cane (regular)
  • cape (scarlet, silk)
  • charcoal
  • coat (blue, with badge)
  • coat (doorman's oversized)
  • coat (long, dark)
  • coat (medical)
  • coat (medium-length, beige)
  • coat (rain)
  • detective's badge
  • dress (pale-brown)
  • eyepatch
  • gloves
  • hands (fake)
  • hat (chef's)
  • hat (cowboy)
  • hat (doorman's)
  • hat (feathered)
  • hat (sailor)
  • hat (top)
  • helmet (motorcycle)
  • makeup kit (including lipstick and fake lipsticks, eyeshadow and glass eyes, eyebrow pencil and fake eyebrows, hairspray and hair coloring)
  • mask (black, skinny)
  • mask (surgical)
  • money (to purchase additional disguises or snacks)
  • name tag, to put on chest
  • name tag, to keep on a desk
  • overalls
  • pants (sensible)
  • pants (silver)
  • photographs of false family members, to keep in purse, wallet, or pocket
  • pots
  • razor (to shave head, legs, and/or eyebrows)
  • robe (black)
  • shoes (formal)
  • shoes (plastic)
  • shoes (sensible)
  • shoes (running)
  • stockings
  • suit (black)
  • suit (clown)
  • suit (pinstripe)
  • suit (sailor)
  • suit (salmon)
  • suit (sweat)
  • sunglasses
  • surgical mask
  • turban
  • veil
  • vest (embroidered with gold thread)
  • wooden leg
  • wig (blond)
  • wig (blond, braided)
  • wig (gray, judicial)
  • wig (multicolored, clownish)
  • wig (white, curly)
  • sugar bowl (optional material)

Appearances

Instances in which these disguises have been utilized:

The Bad Beginning
  • bouquet of flowers (Violet Baudelaire)
  • bridal gown (Violet Baudelaire)
  • veil (Violet Baudelaire)
The Reptile Room
The Wide Window
  • business cards, to keep in purse, wallet, or pocket (Count Olaf)
  • eyepatch (Count Olaf)
  • hat (sailor) (Count Olaf)
  • suit (clown) (Larry the Waiter)
  • suit (sailor) (Count Olaf)
  • wig (multicolored, clownish) (Larry the Waiter)
  • wooden leg (Count Olaf)
The Miserable Mill
  • cane (jeweled, turns into sword) (Dr. Orwell)
  • dress (pale-brown) (Count Olaf)
  • makeup kit (including lipstick and fake lipsticks, eyeshadow and glass eyes, eyebrow pencil and fake eyebrows, hairspray and hair colouring) (Count Olaf)
  • name tag, to keep on a desk (Count Olaf)
  • pots (The Bald Man with the Long Nose)
  • shoes (sensible) (Count Olaf)
  • stockings (Count Olaf)
  • surgical mask (The Bald Man with the Long Nose)
  • wig (blond) (Count Olaf)
  • wig (white, curly) (The Bald Man with the Long Nose)
The Austere Academy
  • shoes (running) (Count Olaf)
  • suit (sweat) (Count Olaf)
  • turban (Count Olaf)
The Ersatz Elevator
The Vile Village
  • blazer (turquoise) (Count Olaf)
  • boots (black) (Esmé Squalor)
  • coat (blue, with badge) (Esmé Squalor)
  • detective's badge (Count Olaf)
  • helmet (motorcycle) (Esmé Squalor)
  • pants (silver) (Count Olaf)
  • sunglasses (Count Olaf)
The Hostile Hospital
  • coat (medical) (Count Olaf, the White-Faced Women , Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire)
  • mask (surgical) (Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire)
  • heels (daggers on bottom)
The Carnivorous Carnival
  • makeup kit (including lipstick and fake lipsticks, eyeshadow and glass eyes, eyebrow pencil and fake eyebrows, hairspray and haircolouring) (Violet and Klaus Baudelaire)
The Penultimate Peril
  • robe (black)
  • wig (gray, judicial)

Appearances

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