Well judging by her attire compared to the others she has a skillset that is not very useful in the corporate environment. Even if I was looking for a woman warrior I wouldn't employ her. She is wearing an impractical armor that not only doesn't protect her but also hinders her movement. Plus she is tall so she probably won't go out with me.
As someone who works in HR, I truly hate the interviewing process. I sometimes wonder how desperate the person I'm talking to is and if I gave them the job how much it would benefit them. Or if the person I'm interviewing is someone who just lives with their parents and spends their entire income on stupid shit.
You really can't tell and it kind of bothers me since I would rather hire the cute single mom who's struggling over the former sorority girl who lives with her parents provided they have an equal resume.
Personal info like that is something that should not really be asked in an interview. The person can easily claim discrimination and then sue the company over it, of course they never go to court since the company will always settle out of court. It still makes things a mess and can bring negative publicity so we are trained to not go too far into someone's background.
Unless the person is literally homeless, it's difficult to tell what their overall background is. I would rather send someone who can be responsible and be thankful for their position off into the workplace rather than someone who doesn't give a shit and will just use the job as another avenue of socialization and end up putting out a shitty product of work.
Whether someone gets the job is entirely determined in the first 20 seconds of the interview.
>Literally can't tell
Maybe you just suck shit and are unable to pick up body languages and cues.
> impractical armor
Let me tell you about impractical armor.
Light or unarmored is the most practical for a medium ranged warrior who has to run close enough to use his spears.
That is impractical. But by that time, gunpowder weapons(cannons and muskets) were introduced along with long-pike formations, which made heavy armor impractical anyway.
>which made heavy armor impractical anyway.
And why wouldn't heavy armor also be impractical in a world with flame spewing dragons and bolt-throwing wizards?
Anyway point was complaining about impractical armor in fiction when it happened in real life too is a bit silly.
>And why wouldn't heavy armor also be impractical in a world with flame spewing dragons and bolt-throwing wizards?
Because Mahou Knights have bullshit powers to counter that. Or plot armor.
1st 3rd and 5th
The things I would make them do.